- Paperback: 318 pages
- Publisher: Vanilla Heart Publishing (May 4, 2009)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1935407309
- ISBN-13: 978-1935407300
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.7 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds
- Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,381,393 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Werewolf Sanctuary is an amazing tale,intriguing and oh so believable - from the first paragraph to the last, this story is an entertaining journey into the the lycan world...the characters have such defined and believable personalities - the surroundings are so beautifully shared - Werewolf Sanctuary has more than enough to give readers a page turner, satisfying experience. I look forward to more of the Wolf Maiden Chronicles... --Kathy Dement
About the Author
Eva writes fantasy and paranormal novels with a strong romantic element. Werewolf Sanctuary is Book 1 in her epic Wolf Maiden Chronicles, a paranormal romance series involving male alpha lycans and their human mates known as wolf maidens. Werewolf Sanctuary is a contemporary that will lead to all the other historical paranormal tales in the Wolf Maiden Chronicles. Book 2 in the series, Beast Warrior, takes place during the Viking era. She loves to create stories that combine her passion for mythology, romance and werewolf lore. Eva has a BS in Zoology and graduate studies in Biology. She has taught high school Biology, Environmental Science and Anatomy/Physiology. Her background in science and her passion for wildlife biology adds credibility to her writings. She also moonlights as a faculty member of the Grey School of Wizardry, an online school for kids and adults interested in magic and lore. A member of Romance Writers of America, Eva has also taught workshops on wolf lore and falconry for writer groups. She has volunteered at a wolf sanctuary and been involved in The Hungry Owl project, an organization that builds boxes to attract owls as a natural predator of rodents. Eva is a world traveler and loves visiting the places where her novels take place. She lives in Northern California with her husband, son and near her young adult daughter. She also shares her home with an almost human standard poodle.
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Top Customer Reviews
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The story is well paced with interesting facts about biology. The climactic thriller scene had me hooked. Originally I wasn't a werewolf reader but Ms. Gordon's stories about them have me intrigued and looking on the shelves for other werewolf stories. Even though, in ways they are complete opposites Madeline and Wyatt's characters are deep and succeed in their relationship. Let's start with diet! The villains were scary enough for me to cringe and keep on reading. I enjoyed the book because of its educational content as well as the animalistic lustful love scenes and I recommend it to those who are open to learn about new paranormal fantasies.
This was an amazing story! Ms. Gordon creates an enthralling spin on the legend of the werewolf, complete with her own version of the mythology surrounding them. The characters are very well written, and the reader instantly empathizes with the plight of the lycans. The chemistry between Wyatt and Madeline is very believable, and really will make you wish for a lycan of your own! The secondary characters are also very well written, and Ms. Gordon manages to create the perfect balance of personalities. Even the villains were very well done! All in all, this was an excellent start to what I am sure will be an amazing series. I look forward to reading more from this author!
I can't wait for the next book in the series!!!
Werewolves are the stuff of legends, personifying wildness and inspiring fear and fascination. If you love these mysterious creatures you'll enjoy "Werewolf Sanctuary" by Eva Gordon. It's the first book in the "Wolf Maiden Chronicles," a paranormal romance you can sink your teeth into.
After his plane crashes in enemy territory in Afghanistan, Colin Taylor is rescued by Special Forces. But this force is more special than most. Wyatt Weylyn and his six man team are Lycans, men who can shape-shift into wolves. They will earn twenty million dollars for this mission, money they can use for their wolf sanctuary in Montana.
A mysterious ailment is killing Lycan children. The disease is affecting all the packs and the number of Lycans is dwindling. It's time to call in outside help. Wyatt is hoping to recruit a veterinarian, Dr. Madeline B. Styles, to research a cure. He goes to a seminar in San Francisco where she is a keynote speaker on the Ethiopian Wolf. There's an immediate attraction and when Wyatt discovers she has the mark of the wolf, he claims her for his mate. When Madeline learns Wyatt's true nature and is told she must accept him or another alpha, she's angry and confused. Can Madeline accept Wyatt and her heritage? Or will she succumb to Wyatt's worst enemy who is determined to have her for himself.
Eva Gordon makes it easy to believe that Lycans really exist. Her background in science and her love of wildlife add a reality to her story that makes it truly convincing. She puts a new spin on werewolf mythology and has created a society that's detailed and well thought out. The characters are fully developed. Wyatt, the alpha male werewolf, is a delicious hero. The animalistic yet sensual love scenes between him and Madeline heat up the pages.
If you like a good story with romance, steamy sexual encounters and action, then look no farther. This is a terrific debut; I can't wait for book two.
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