Dreams led Bruno, a lone wolf shifter, back to the pack that cast him into the wind. For years he had been on his own, spreading the message of a loving God, a God that he clung to when his torment of abandonment ravaged his soul. Night after night he was plagued by visions of Serena, his only love, and all consuming evil tempting her to cross over to be one with it.
Night after night since the attack and mutilation of her pack, Serena the gifted pack healer, telepathically called to her outcast soul mate Bruno. She had taken refuge into the forest hiding from the evil that had destroyed her pack. Serena’s sanity is being tested by the taunting of whispers from the evil beyond the sacred barrier weakened her psyche. She only prayed Bruno would come and overcome the ominous spirit.
Possession‘s mixture of religion and the paranormal was very refreshing. The typical banishing of the other males by the alpha so he wouldn’t be challenged is mundane, but I enjoyed the twist that Bruno, the male lead character, turned to God and began to spread his message.
Serena is a bit brow beaten by Terrance and the rest of the pack, and I do not like how she remained there even though she was abused and her love was sent away. But if it was a fairy tale from the start, it wouldn’t have been a very good read, now would it?
This is a very well written tale with entertaining second characters. Hart did leave me anticipating the next installment of the Devil’s Tavern series. I am anxious to see where the possessed Neb has slithered off to.
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Publisher: Purple Sword Publication (July 10, 2012)
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