I haven’t done a review in a while, but I am having a great time reading The Werewolf Whisperer series! The first book was awesome, with strong, kickass female lead characters in Lucy Lowell and Xochitl Magaña. I give it a solid 5 stars.
Ex-cop Lucy is famous for her ability to control and train humans infected with the Kyon virus: an epidemic that caused varying degrees of lycanthropy. Her talents are gaining some unfriendly attention, though.
Lucy and her best friend/partner Xochitl are soon dragged into a growing war between those who would sooner eradicate anyone infected with the virus–like Xochi’s brother Miguel–and those who seem to want to use Lucy’s ability to command weres for unknown purposes.
Holy, heck, Batman. There is so much action in this book it keeps you turning pages until the wee hours of the morning. If there is a down side, it would probably be in the multiple timelines playing out in the story, but the end result is completely worth it, with a setup for the next book I didn’t see coming. I didn’t have to think twice before clicking the download button on book two, The Alpha and Omega.
These are not your usual shifter books. It’s an ex-cop/vigilante drama with a side of werebeasts and muscle cars and a whole lot of intrigue and backstabbing that had me yelling at the page. If you like your urban fantasy with teeth and claws, definitely check these out! They’re available on Kindle Unlimited and in paperback.
No one expects the werewolf apocalypse. Lucy Lowell and Xochitl Magaña sure didn’t. And after two years of chasing Werebeasts around a quarantined California gone loco, team Werewolf Whisperer thought they’d seen it all. Turns out, they haven’t seen anything yet. When a risky mission drives them into the heart of a locked-down Los Angeles, they’re forced to cross a line. And now the clock is ticking. Could it be that everything they thought they knew about werewolves is a lie? Only one way to find out. Pull your werewolf-kicking boots and make some noise. Welcome to the werewolf apocalypse. Hope you’re locked and loaded.