Professor Jennifer Rose is in a Louisiana bayou for one reason–to track down the truth behind recent sightings of a loup-garou. A werewolf. She doesn't believe in such things, of course. She expects to find an animal no one's ever seen before. Discovering a previously unknown species would make her career as a scientist.
But what she finds amid the mists and Spanish moss on the first night of the full moon isn't at all scientific. A lycanthrope in mid-morph takes a swipe at her before loping off into the marsh.
A Shape-Shifter and a Voudon Curse...
That's not the only weird thing happening around the historic plantation where she and her crew are staying. The head of her department is acting more like a stalker, her grad student assistants are spying on her, and the housekeeper is a Voodoo priestess who knows far more than she's saying.
The sexy town doctor who tends the wolf-inflicted wounds on Jenny's chest isn't what he seems, either. She's dangerously attracted to the secretive loner, and determined to learn what he's hiding.
She'll Risk it All For the Truth...
Jenny knows where she'll find the answers, but the bayou's a dangerous place for a woman alone on a full moon night.
|Publisher:||Thunderfoot Publishing Inc|
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.27(d)|
About the Author
Bestselling romance author Maggie Shayne has written over 50 romance novels including series such as the Wings in the Night, the Portal, and the Texas Brands series. She has won numerous awards, including the prestigious Romance Writers of America RITA Award. In addition to her writing career, Shayne is a Wiccan High Priestess of a coven she founded.
Thriller Series: Brown and de Luca, The Shattered Sisters
Vampires Series: Wings in the Night, Wings in the Night: Reborn
Witch Series: The Immortals, The Portal Series
Fantasy: The By Magic Series
Small Town Romance: The Texas Brands, The Oklahoma All-Girl Brands, Bliss in Big Falls
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
The story itself was about 70 pages. Not much for three dollars. In that 70 page story, I noticed four errors. I like the author, Maggie Shayne. I also liked the story. However, poor editing seems ridiculous, for a great author like Miss Shayne.