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Sasha's about to shake up the clan. Keep reading!
on 18 May 2017
It’s time for Sasha to learn her craft and she’ll unfortunately need to take classes with the ‘kids’ which means it’s back to school for Sasha and Charles – her ever present shadow. As well as trying to learn to use her powers, she’ll have to deal with the stigma of being human and a pet. Finding a place within the clan won’t be easy for Sasha, neither will be trying to control herself around a certain male she can’t have and shouldn’t want. Meanwhile Stefan has choices to make and a clan to protect. He needs to choose a worthy mate and soon. He also needs to protect Sasha as she seems to be the key to winning his war against the Eastern Territories. Or at least she would be if everything she tried to do didn’t backfire on her.
Things do not improve for Sasha now that she knows what goes bump in the night. The poor girl is pretty much a prisoner of Stefan and the clan until she learns her craft and can protect herself. Which is easier said than done. One of Sasha’s little quirks – aside from being able to adjust to the weird situations she finds herself in – is that she seems to have the attention span of a goldfish. When there’s learning to be done, you can guarantee she’ll get distracted; unless that is, she’s able to get her hands dirty. Sasha is definitely more of a kinaesthetic learner. Luckily for her, she has Charles not only to cheer her up, but also to clear up the messes she makes when needs be. Of all the new characters we meet and the old characters that we’ll become more familiar with Master Bert is among my favourites. He’s Sasha’s elements teacher and tends to say ‘maw’ a lot. (Maw being a nonsensical word). I don’t know why, but that silly little trait always makes me smile. His voice is very clear in my mind when I’m reading and I have to tell you that he sounds ridiculous. I do so enjoy the little details the writer includes and I’ll think you’ll agree once Charles starts spouting cheesy lines he learned from watching chick flicks. Along with all the silliness, you can expect some rather imaginative monsters, some spectacular displays of power and let’s not forget jealousy, betrayal and a hell of a lot of frustration.
Suggested Audience: Adult readers of Paranormal Romance
Perspective: First person, as told by Sasha and third person for everyone
Sexual content: Frequent and explicit
Violence: Occasional; descriptive but not gory