Lukas Vance finds a list of towns under his wipers, and in each town he finds a dead 19-year-old who smells like pack. The scent's close but not quite right, and Lukas knows they can't be related to him. So how's it possible they carry Vance pack scent?
He reaches Hunter's Rock before the killer, determined to get the next intended victim out of this situation alive. And when he catches the familiar scent, then sees the guy it belongs to, Lukas wants to do so much more than protect him.
Chris Keenan doesn't know why gorgeous, broody Lukas thinks he's in danger, but he likes being near him. Lukas wants to keep him safe, and when Chris freaks out, he seems to be able to calm him down.
Chris hasn't been feeling like himself for a while, and it seems they're about to find out why. Instead of going to the police, he puts his trust in Lukas and his brother Griffin, and discovers that figuring out who he is may be harder than he thinks.
A new spin on shifters, new author (to this reader), Shelley Grayson created an intriguing and exciting fast-paced tale for the start of her new series, Wolves of Hunter’s Rock, Shift.
Something was amiss and foul play was afoot, as a collective group of young men and women were tragically meeting their death. Wolf shifters Lukas and Griffin were on the hunt to save the remaining people on the list slated to die, while trying to solve the mystery behind the foul play.
Ms. Grayson delivered a mystery novel which transcended the conceptions a reader would have concerning shifters. A creation of unbelievable and extraordinary in an ordinary world.
Each character added a new dimension to the many layers of Hunter’s Rock and slid into the jigsaw puzzle Ms. Grayson fashioned. The writing style kept me captivated and spellbound, reading each page and attempting to place the final pieces of the puzzle together.
Brothers Lukas and Griffin were bold characters- emotionally stunted, but grew as the story progressed.
Chris, Albert, Jules and Tad brought up the reinforcements in Shift- each with their own issues, whether human or hybrid.
I enjoyed the reality Ms. Grayson infused into the story. Everything was not wine and roses. People perished, cried, and hurt- each event delivering a new layer and adding more mystery and question.
I look forward to the next book in the series, as with any good mystery novel, the story must go on.
A five handcuff review
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