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The number one thing to keep in mind - they are so good! Lila finds out that what she has actually thought all along is true. She spends her time preparing for an epic battle of rescuing the one she loves and destroying those that are responsible for taking him away from her. Along the way another huntress is discovered and more allies arise.

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Secrets surround these characters and one huge secret is finally revealed. This book is very emotional dealing with lots of turmoil as well as the deaths of friends and enemies.

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It is quick action and keeps you on the edge of your seat wondering which friends are true and which ones are actually enemies in disguise. The author does a good job at drawing you in and keeping your attention thru this tumultuous book. This is the third book in the series. I really wanted this book to be as amazing as my expectations of it were but sadly not.

With the promise of so much and the character developments in Lila the beginning to this book drew me in completely. Here I was deep in the mystery of Shade once more, hoping for an epic battle between hunters and wolves but The format had changed. As it slowed down I thought it was due to a big build up to the forthcoming battle but in essence it really just felt like the author ran out of ideas.

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That in itself shows this author can keep you guessing. There are new characters that have piqued my interest and the descriptive is incredibly detailed. I just hope the next instalment can lift this back to delight the previous books gave. Copy Supplied For Review. See all 15 reviews. Most recent customer reviews.

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Would you like to report poor quality or formatting in this book? Click here Would you like to report this content as inappropriate? There is nothing I can say about this book, except the only way you will be disappointed is if you miss out! Jun 04, Sam rated it it was amazing. I love love love this series Tina gets it better every book , this sotry is far from boring and keeps you on the edge of your seat.

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This book starts where the other one ended. And cant you say shocking. I has a huge "didn't see that coming" May 08, Missy rated it really liked it. This is an excellent series to get yourself wrapped up in.


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I can not even believe there is one last final installment, book 4 was really great. Had a few surprises I did not see coming, thoroughly enjoyable. I would most definitely recommend entire series! Looking forward to book 5. This series seems to get better was each book is released. There is a lot more action and adventure, at times a little darker.

We seem to be back to the writing style so the first book and I found it flowed a bit better. A good read and a fantastic follow up book Now we are patiently waiting for the next book. Jun 15, Kaila rated it it was amazing. I loved this book, it was darker but explained a lot. I loved the characters and they get better and better I loved it so much. Jan 19, Jacqui rix rated it it was amazing. This series just gets better and better. By far the best book in the series. A plot that I didn't see coming accompanied by new characters.

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Tina Smith lives in Adelaide South Australia, having spent most of her life as an un-diagnosed introvert in country N. She is the Author of five books in the award nominated paranormal series, Wolf Sirens. Tina inspires, entertains and examines life.

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She writes paranormal, romantic and suspense fueled tales about cursed wolves. She learnt to shoot for Wolf Sirens. Night is the time her creative Tina Smith lives in Adelaide South Australia, having spent most of her life as an un-diagnosed introvert in country N. Night is the time her creative juices flow and she loves exploring the lives of her protagonist's within the paranormal genre, under the light of the moon. She is driven to write and connect with readers through her mad-capped imagination - you could say it's a calling Storm In Shade, the sixth book in the Wolf Sirens series will be released in Please leave reviews online.

Sequel Wolf Sirens Fever https: Unable to imagine the life altering events that lie in wait. The dark and charismatic Reid has a wolfish grin and amber eyes that would make any girl blush and he has his sights set on the new girl in school. Reid's stunning friends - including icy top dog Sam - invite her into their clique.

Flattered by their attention, Lila answers the intriguing call like a moth to a flame. Thrillingly introduced to the local night life by the enigmatic group, Lila finally feels like she belongs. But her newly found friendships threaten to turn sour when she unwittingly develops feelings for the leader's off-limits boyfriend, Sky. Lila's new found confidence is rocked further when an unstable classmate named Cresida warns her to stay away from the clique at all costs.

The clique like to keep their friends close and their enemies closer. Lila must rely on an unlikely source to finish what she started. This book was a little difficult to read, as it switches between so many different tales within the story-line. One had to concentrate quite a bit.

A good read none-the-less. Monica Fellowes on Aug. Night Fall details the preparations for and the battle between the Cult and non-Cult members. As with the previous two books in the series, there is some local mythology or legend at the beginning of the book. This book was formatted differently than the others which was a bit confusing.

The most confusing part being instead of ending during a chapter, it ends with an epilogue. The story line and characters are detailed and well written. The quick moving and engaging plot grabs the reader early. Definitely an entertaining tale.

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Jasmin Schulze on July 10, And here we are again.. The Situation is still the same, war seems to be unavoidable and to our surprise an other huntress is born: But she is nothing a huntress is supposed to be. She is small, fragile and one simply wants to protect her. Well, I suppose one can't choose his allies in situations like this, right? In this book a lot of new characters are added, so at first it's a little bit hard to follow, but I got used to this fast and it's pretty interesting to get more informations about everyone's past.

It finally comes to a war with an unexpected end.. But you better read this for yourself!! I didn't realise what would happen until just before it started!