- Mass Market Paperback: 288 pages
- Publisher: Silhouette (November 1, 2008)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0373617984
- ISBN-13: 978-0373617982
After nearly being killed by his destined mate, Draicon Damian Marcel hunts her down in New Orleans and discovers she’s been infected with the lethal stone spell and her body is slowly turning into granite. She’ll be trapped forever inside stone, her spirit alive, but imprisoned for eternity.
Thinking he murdered her brother, Jamie Walsh hates and hears Damian, but must team up with the werewolf leader to find a missing book of magick that contains a cure to save her. As they search through the French Quarter for the book, they race against time and battle evil Morphs who will use the dark magick spells in the book to eliminate the Draicon for good.
Damian Marcel, Draicon of his pack, is looking for his draicara, his life mate. He finds this in the woman named Jamie Walsh. Jamie tried killing Damian before and it is a wonder he wants her for a mate in the first place. you see, Jamie had seen Damian kill her brother with his pack helping in it. She believed her brother was a good man, but we come to find out that the man she thought was her brother was actually a Morph. A morph is an evil magick.
Jamie is cursed with a spell that is turning her body to stone. Together the must find the Book of Magick and find the cure to reverse the spell.
I found that in this book there are more than one ways to write about wolves. They can have magical abilities that I wouldn’t have even thought of. The author did a wonderful tale that expanded the beliefs of how werewolves should be written. We find that family is more important than anything in this book and family is something Jamie never had growing up
All in all I like this book. Like I said it opened my eyes to different ways paranormal stories can evolve. I will check out some more of her books and see if she did this with other paranormal creatures as well. This was a great read from Silhouette Nocturne.
My Grade for this book:
Very Good! You have to read this book!