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Secret Of The Wolf (Silhouette Dreamscapes) Mass Market Paperback – August 1, 2002
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This is the first in the series #54, "Secret of the Wolf" introducing us to werewolves were amongst us today, and that they are powerful empire.
Aggie McDonald accidentally runs into a man on a rainy night. She takes him in to care for him. Though he recalls nothing of whom he is, she knows this man is not precisely your Average Joe. His golden eyes remind her of something ancient, a throw back to when men was more primal. And it awakens something
As shards of his part start to return to the man Aggie calls Michael, he begins to recall he is the heir to a legacy that is centuries old and he was running from it. While he desires Aggie, he knows this legacy could threaten her.
As Aggie arouses the "beast" in him, he fears he is not human. His inner war is nothing compared to what is soon to face him, with both their lives hanging in the balances and Michael must face a battle of the titans in order to claim the woman he loves. This is a great read, but the two following even top that!
You might check out Donna Boyd (see her hardcover werewolf series - The Passion, and The Promise), this is Flanders under another name.
Elements from this trilogy are reused in the current Devoncroix series - the castle/fortress in Alaska, the secret domination by werewolves of significant sectors in the economy, the prejudice against humans, the belief that humans and wolves cannot mate and cannot have children together, and lastly the concept that some werewolves are anthropomorphs (cannot change into wolf form). And the ruling family is apparently of French descent, and as in the Devoncroix series, succession is via ultimogeniture (the youngest-born inherits).