The Thing About Weres
THE THING ABOUT WERESLeigh EvansIn the never-ending saga that is my love-hate relationship with Robson Trowbridge, I, half-Were Hedi Peacock, have had a change of heart. Ever since I shoved Trowbridge through the Gates of Merenwyn, I’ve been the leader of the pack—hard to believe, right? The... show more
THE THING ABOUT WERESLeigh EvansIn the never-ending saga that is my love-hate relationship with Robson Trowbridge, I, half-Were Hedi Peacock, have had a change of heart. Ever since I shoved Trowbridge through the Gates of Merenwyn, I’ve been the leader of the pack—hard to believe, right? The thing is: I’m half-Fae. So even though my Were side is ready to heed the call of the wild, the other part of me is desperate to take flight. And much as it pains me to admit it, life without Trowbridge is really starting to were me down…To make matters worse, the wolves of Creemore want my blood—and the North American Council of Weres wants me dead. So I’m just counting the days until Trowbridge returns from the other realm…and comes to my brave rescue…and becomes my alpha mate. Wishful thinking? Of course it is. But given all the mess I’ve been through already, what’s the harm in doing a little bit of daisy-plucking? Besides, Trowbridge owes me bigtime. A girl can dream.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: July 30th 2013
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Pages no: 422
Edition language: English
, Urban Fantasy
, Paranormal Romance
Series: Mystwalker (#2)
I don't think I'll be reading the third book in the series. Heidi is entirely too frustrating for my liking. There are times in the book where you want to shout DO SOMETHING, YOU IDIOT.The problem with Leigh Evans work is that you are not sure until the end whether you like the book or not. You woul...
More emotion and messy feelings in this second installment of the Mystwalker series as Hedi deals with the painful fallout from her precipitate decision in the first novel. She's in dire straights as the ramifications of shoving her true love, alpha Robsen Trowbridge, through the portal to Faerie c...
I received a free copy from Leigh Evans through Net Galley. After reviewing, The Trouble With Fate, she emailed me that it was a fair review and she appreciated it. How awesome is that? Especially when you've got reasons to fear salty authors and their fans these days (for years now actually.)Unfort...