What the book has to say:
Four days after her husband’s funeral, Faire Caris is a woman tortured by grief, and the decisions she must make for the future of herself and her two twenty year old children. Depressed and considering suicide, she is stunned when a lover from her past appears at her door.
Jeygo offers her an escape from her life, and in her desperation, Faire unwittingly agrees.
Jeygo is an alter-breed of human known as Neoasta. He is strong hunter whose life was forever altered by the sudden death of his first mate and their unborn child. In his impatience to claim Faire as his mate, after waiting twenty years, he bites her and turns her into one of his kind.
This decision has consequences that even he didn’t consider, and it throws Faire further into turmoil.
Now in an altered body, can Faire come to terms with her new life in a community of shifters? Can Faire accept Jeygo’s overwhelming love, and the admiring advances of his twin brothers, despite all the emotions of guilt in her heart, to fulfill her destiny?
What I have to say:
Tortured by grief and decisions to be made, Faire Caris is stunned when a lover from her past offers her an escape in this riveting paranormal romance. To be honest at the beginning, I was kind of worried that the story may end up being a little too slow, but it wasn’t long before it picked up and really got interesting and the beginning was much needed world building so that everything came together in an enjoyable and intriguing read and I am wondering if the author intends to write more stories in the Neoasta world.
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eXtasy Books, March 15 2015, 152 pages, ebook
Introducing Kat Barrett:
Barrett lives in her small home with her husband of many years. She spends much of her time in artistic pursuits, writing, drawing, airbrushing, or even jewelry making. As an author, often loses herself in her characters, and admits that once she gets started, the story line tends to take on a life of its own.
Kat is involved with basenji BRAT rescue, and tries to help out whenever she can, but loves all animals. Her dogs, Taz and Ashle, although gone now, will always hold a place in her heart.
An avid lover of motorcycles, she loves to go riding with her husband on the trike that he built her after multiple knee surgeries.
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