Reviewed by Dee
TITLE: Thrown to the Wolves
AUTHOR: Naomi Clark
PUBLISHER: Evernight Publishing
LENGTH: 46 pages
RELEASE DATE: December 16, 2016
Paige went to Romania looking for inspiration for a book. She found herself caught in a horror story. Attacked and left for dead by a vampire, Paige finds herself at the mercy of Kata, a beautiful, enigmatic werewolf. Their attraction is instant, but Paige’s fate hangs in the balance. She may yet be turned into a vampire herself. Soon it’s clear to Paige that the only way to save herself may be to return to the woman who attacked her…even if it means placing both herself and Kata in the greatest danger.
I’m a longtime fan of Naomi Clark’s writing so I snapped up a copy of this story as fast as I could get my hands on it. Other than it being a little too short, I have no complaints.
The story is told in third person and completely from Paige’s point-of-view. Given I adored her, the style of narration worked well for me. Her innocent venture into the woods turns out to be far from it. When human, vampire, and shifters collide, all kinds of scenarios can, and do, ensue.
Kata and Paige have an immediate connection, but wolf shifter twins, Alina and Lidia, are somewhat suspicious of Paige. When they are all forced to face a dreaded vampire, the outcome of that encounter is anyone’s guess.
Given the length, or should I say shortness of this story, I can’t go any further into the plot without giving away spoilers, something I’m loathe to do. If you enjoy short stories with a side of spice, give this one a go. Hopefully, you’ll enjoy it as much as I did.