An avid reader, I enjoy paranormal romance, urban fantasy and fantasy books. It wasn't a far stretch for me to write a paranormal fantasy. I'm also a computer/sci-fi geek and I've been in computer field for well over 15 years.
Alina’s displeased with her boss’ directive—work with a treacherous demon, however if she doesn’t, a virus will wipe out all the preternaturals on Earth and leave the humans vulnerable to a demon invasion.
Three months into her abduction, Sylvia keeps a mental tally as day passes into night. Torture and endless rounds of experiments push her to the brink.
If she escaped, would she be sane? If she came home a damaged werewolf, would her pack accept her . . .
Or kill her?
Bonus novella included, Unexpected Werewolf
It's amazing what some writers can put into a short story. I'm in serious awe of Rachel Chanticleer's talent. With a few words she painted a clear picture of Bethany, the witch, and Lucius, the hunter. And Lucius was so yummy!
I adored the battle scene near the end, and was on the edge of my seat throughout it. If I hadn't been at work, hiding my reading addition, I would've cheered and groaned. *laughs*
A great introduction into what could be a fasinating UF world.