From the day he was born, Wolfsbane Bendis, second son of the illustrious Bendis line, has been destined to go into the family business. Raised and trained from childhood as a werewolf hunter, Wolfsbane has been taught that werewolves are the enemy of all humanity and must be exterminated. However, after a fateful battle with a particularly dangerous werewolf leaves him bitten and adrift, old doubts begin to surface and he—with a little help from his newfound friend Falor Danek—rejects his obligation to end his own life and decides to continue living as a werewolf.
Just as he seems to be settling into a new normal, however, he is summoned back to his family home for an extended visit to celebrate his older brother’s birthday. Now, Wolfsbane and Falor must work to keep Wolfsbane’s transformation a secret while he struggles to get a grip on his developing lycanthropic powers. But how long can they keep up the masquerade? And is there more to Wolfsbane’s rebirth than meets the eye?
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This book is a page turner. It is well written. The cover art is excellent as well. I look forward to the authors next edition.
About the Author
Danielle Freeman is an independent author who specializes in fantasy and sci-fi. A natural storyteller from an early age, her love of literature and writing was seeded and cultivated by her mother–who not only took it upon herself to make sure that her children were fluent readers by the time that they began school but also took Danielle and her sister on frequent weekly trips to the local library.
In addition to writing, Freeman loves drawing and is a big fan of animation and comics, both American and international. Her favorite titles span the content spectrum from Alan Moore and David Gibbons’ gritty and influential superhero deconstruction Watchmen to the wacky and nonsensical anime series Excel Saga.
In her own work, Freeman goes by two main rules:
1. Always write the kind of story that you yourself would want to read.
2. Always leave them wanting more.
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