The latest intallment of the Mageverse series focuses on Jim London, the Dire Wolf brother of Diana, heroine of Master of the Moon. Dire Wolves were secretly created to counter the Magekind, should they ever go collectively rogue-they are powerful shapeshifters and immune to hostile magic, and a so a real threat to vampires. After his best friend was killed in suspicious circumstances that the police just don't seem to want to investigate, Jim goes undercover as a K9 police dog. It doesn't take Jim long to develop a strong attraction towards his handler, Officer Faith Weston, a battle scarred divorcee, or to realise most of the local cops stink of evil magic; corrupt and bespelled, they are in search of immortality and controlled by an evil vampire witch. Faith is attacked by the police officers after asking awkward questions, and Jim comes to her rescue but cannot prevent her being bitten by a rogue Dire Wolf. Jim helps her through her first change, but then Faith experiences the Burning Moon, a hormonal overload that stimultes both to intense desire, and thereafter follow love scenes so hot they will make your toes curl. Angela Knight writes her trademark intense love scenes, but also understands the impact of a continuing pacy narrative in good paranormal romance. There is plenty of action as Faith and Jim fight to overcome the evil confronting them, and some welcome reappearances of characters from previous books, including Diana and Llyr, and Arthur and Gwen. Hiding out whilst battling the bad guys in a series of increasingly ferocious battles, Jim sets out to woo the wary Faith in typical Knight alpha hero style- and boy, can she do alpha heroes. It is difficult to reveal more without spoilers, but trust me, Angela Kight is in prime form here.