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Released: February 7, 2012
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Published by NAL
A breathtaking new tale of the Dire Wolves, from the bestselling author of Dire Needs… Immortal and invincible, Rifter is the head of the last surviving pack of Dire Wolves—a band of Alpha brothers charged with protecting the Weres. But now that witches have joined forces with nefarious weretrappers, it’s a perfect storm for double trouble. When the murder of a human points to a wolf, along with the threat of the packs being outted to the world, the Dires fear that something even more dangerous is out there hiding in the dark, something waiting for the right time to show itself.
Includes a letter from the author and a teaser chapter from Dire Needs.
I cannot tell you how much I’ve been dying to dive into this series! The premise of it is so interesting. First of all it has two of my most favorite things, werewolves and bad boy bikers. This combination is bound to make this a kick-ass series.I liked the fact we got this prequel because it takes care of explaning the world of the Weres and the Dire Wolves. The Dires are a group of to-die-for bad boys. They stumble upon a human’s death that is being called a werewolf attack. Now it’s their job to protect the secrecy of the supernatural community and prove this claim wrong.
To do that they will have to infiltrate a Paranormal Investigation group, team up with a girl who can talk to ghosts and chase down some rogues.
I loved the fact that the Dires also have some extra abilities. I know the first book in this series is about the Dires Alpha, Rifter, but even though we got to see some of him in this story we also got to focus on other members of the team.
Definetely has me wanting more of these bad boys!
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