The year is 1652. Ireland is known as Wolf Land. A pack of werewolves must fight to protect themselves from hunters, invaders and Lords. Can Sorcha Moore discover her power in time to come to their aid? And is Rory, who Sorcha loved when she was fourteen, really gone forever – or is he closer than Sorcha thinks? More
On the night of Bealtaine, Sorcha Moore shares a kiss with Rory Farrell, a kiss that makes bluebells spring up beneath their feet ...
The very next day, Rory leaves Wolf Wood. Has he really gone to Dublin, or is he closer than Sorcha thinks?
The year is 1652. Ireland is known as Wolf Land. Oliver Cromwell's army has arrived. Properties will be seized. Land will be cleared. Wolves will be destroyed.
But in the small village of Wolf Wood, Cromwell's men face far worse enemies than in the rest of the country. The wolves here are bigger, stronger, more intelligent. Could these wolves be forming an army of their own?
Fiona McShane lives in rural Ireland with her husband, a dog, and a cat. For her, writing books is as much of an addiction as reading them. Visit her website fionamcshanewrites.com to see other available works, or just to say hi.