Warrior Erik Rheagan has been living by the water in Rhode Island where he washed up after being banished from Ireland by Flidae, Celtic goddess of wild things. He hadn't planned on being a werewolf, but when his leader turned him and the other lads in an attempt to give their army an edge against their enemies, Erik rolled with it. Shifting into a wolf whenever he felt like it wasn't the worst thing in the world. Loving the goddess who had banished him from his home, however, was. The rules said they could never be together, so why can't Erik stop thinking about her?
Flidae banished the werewolves to protect them and she'd watched four of them successfully find their soul mates. Only one wolf remained. One wolf who had become more important to her than was allowed. Goddesses and humans didn't have relationships. It was that simple. Only it wasn't. Flidae knew Erik Rheagan was something special from the moment he became a werewolf and now she can no longer ignore the pull toward him.
When a fellow deity offers Flidae an opportunity, she can't refuse the chance to be with Erik even if the deal has a time limit on it. Being able to love Erik for a little while is better than nothing. Right?
A wolf sun keeps hearts warm, but for how long?
Warrior Wolves Series
Wolf Kiss, Book One
Wolf Fire, Book Two
Wolf Vow, Book Three
Wolf Angel, Book Four
Wolf Sun, Book Five
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Wolf Sun is the perfect ending for this series. While is great to read them in order, each book is also a stanalone. Strong plot and characters. Great job. Please keep writing. MR.
I very seldom spend any of my (tight) budget on completing a series after the FREE teaser, but I bought and read all 5 of these in 5 days. A wonderful series with great Happy Ever After endings for each pair. Each protagonist was believable and made trouble for our heros, (although only believable within the story world. )I have already convinced my family to read the series and spoken to several other people about buying them. Congratulations and thank you for sharing your story with me.