HUNT (Howl #2)
By D.S. Wrights & Lilth Dark
After her family trip ends up to be her biggest nightmare combined with deepest desire, Lia has to find her place in a world she never imagined to be possible. While she is trying to fit in and connect with the werewolves that have taken her, Lia realizes that tapping into the locked away part of her is more difficult than she thought. And then there is the fact that an unknown and new for her threat is putting her on a leash, when all she wants is to know if her brother and father have survived.
Hunt is the continuation of Howl from D.S Wright and Lilith Dark. You need to read Howl before you read this book.
Just when you think poor Lia's life couldn't get any more of a nightmare, an unknown threat is out to destroy her. But is this threat really unknown or one she knows too well?
This book was just as shocking and thrilling as the first Howl. Just when you think you know who is friend and who is the enemy, Hunt takes you down a terrifying path that leaves you second guessing what you have learned.
I am loving this story! It is sexually exciting as it is horrific at times. Brace yourself because scenes in this book push your limits of what is raw sexual animal lust with sex and what can be a trigger for others. But you are so enthralled there is no way to put it down even to take a deep breath.
Hunt is a short read that will end with Heir that comes out in March. I can't wait to find out how these authors will get Lia her HEA.
HOWL (Howl #1)
What was supposed to be an extended family camping trip turns horribly wrong.
All Liala wanted for her 21st birthday is to reconnect with her long dead mother at the place her parent's met and they used to visit until her death. Despite an old woman's warning the camp of her extended family and friends is eventually set up at a secluded little piece of paradise... and right in the middle of the local were-wolf pack's territory. Howl is a horror/paranormal/erotica story and contains topics that are not suitable for minors or the fainthearted, such as gore, non-con, and borderline interaction.
D.S. Wrights was born and raised mostly in Germany. She speaks three languages fluently: English, German and Dutch. Her name is a pen name and she describes writing as her passion and calling.Two short stories were published during high school, one as a school project and one in a regional newsletter. Later she worked at a publishing house where she earned insight into the work, process and production of publishing books.In the last few years she has published several fan fictions to which the feedback was overwhelmingly positive. The Beast And Me is her first published novel. D.S. hasn't always written stories like The Beast And Me and she is still writing stories from all kinds of genres that do not have horror aspects or are targeting adults only. Those stories are published with under a different name. So if you like her writing style but not really the genre, you might want to check out her other books, which soon will be published.Her name actually is a play on words and language. D.S. is put together from the initials of her internet name and Wrights simply has the same sound as writes. Before writing she prefers to bring herself in the right mood for the story, listening to specific songs, reading through what she has written before and especially talk about the story with friends and fans. So feel free to write to her.
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