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The Finding

The Finding
(2011)

 

She’d fight being a werewolf until the very end if need be.  Cassandra Greyson had been raised as a human being and that was what she was.  The animal inside her couldn’t be allowed to win.

 She discovered a dark secret, witnessed a murder and fled into the night fearing for her life. Three years later, Cassie is still hiding from her past, haunted by a dream lover and fighting to control a terrifying beast that seems to grow stronger each day. When Bryan, pack Beta, appears to claim her, Cassie is forced to face the truth of her existence. Innocence, betrayal, greed and love collide with ancient werewolf laws in...

  

Excerpt:

 Looking into her eyes, he spoke softly.  “Cassie, werewolves aren’t monsters.  We’re living creatures with hopes and dreams and aspirations.  We love, have families and are fiercely loyal to our pack mates.  You don’t need to be afraid of us, or...afraid of yourself.”

His last comment seemed to hit home.  Her eyes turned a deeper green and a watery sheen appeared.  Her pain was palpable.

“That’s it, isn’t it?”  Bryan cocked his head and studied her.  “You’re afraid of yourself, aren’t you?”

 

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Author's Note: 

The Finding came about because of Cassie.  Once again, I'd no intention of writing this book until the very end of the previous one.  I really didn't know Cassie existed until the end of The Keeping!  Of course, I couldn't just leave her wandering around by herself and so, Bryan had to come to the rescue.

This book has several distinct story lines that needed to be woven together and, for me, became an exercise in getting into multiple characters' heads.  It was interesting trying to remember to think and act like so many different people.  And in the end, when all of the stories finally connected - wow - I was rather proud of myself, lol!

 

What readers are saying:

A great paranormal series.

-- J. D. V. (Just Judy’s Jumbles)

 

Another fantastic book.

-- L.A. (Goodreads)


Absolutely love the twists and turns in this one.

-- M.W. (Smashwords)

 

 

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