Book two of St. Giles' powerful Shadowmen series demonstrates how duty can turn into a dangerous obsession and lead to unexpected consequences. Raw emotions give way to desperate choices, which adds up to breathless reading pleasure! ~ RT Book Reviews by Jill M. Smith
From the Author
In THE LURE OF THE WOLF, I created such a place and called itSpirit Wind Mountain. Amid the mists and the wind, there are restlessspirits hovering between this world and the next. And once upon a time,ancient people gathered to worship. It is a place full of mystical power that plays a very important role in my story. If you have everexperienced a place like this, I would love to know about it. So pleasemake a comment on my website jenniferstgiles.com or on Facebook at orTweet me at @jenniferstgiles.
For readers who didn't read therevamped version of TOUCH A DARK WOLF, I made some subtle changes to the Shadowmen lore. When I first wrote this story, I had to take outcertain elements because the original publisher felt readers wouldn'twant them. One particular element was the reasoning behind people with"special" blood and what that might mean to the evil forces we all knowexist both in this world and in the spirit world beyond. So as Ireworked this story to release on my own, I went in and added thatelement. What I previously had to call Elan, those with special blood, I could go back to calling Chosen. I could now explain that the Chosenwere the descendants of King Solomon and his seven hundred wives andthree hundred concubines from many nationalities that scattered to theends of the earth upon his death. The bloodline from which King Solomoncame had been blessed, so in the paranormal world I built, I made thatblood special and created an evil that craved the blessed blood for itspower. I hope you enjoy the changes I made. To me it adds fullness tothe story and comes so much closer to the tale I wanted to tell so manyyears ago.
Reasons do matter.
It takes only one good man or woman to stand firm to keep evil from filling the void.