A supernatural suspense story
Legend Tripping, Book Two
Running from the past.
Trent Pielmeyer is so done with legend tripping. Hauntings? Nope. Cryptid sightings? Hard pass. Dimensional portals? Not just no but oh, hell no. Because after seven years’ captivity in a whacked-out alternate reality, he’s been there and done that and done that and done that. No more supernatural shenanigans for him. Ever. Full stop.
Wrestling with the past.
When Christophe Clavret spots Trent in a Portland bar, he detects a kindred spirit—another man attempting to outrun the darkness of his own soul. But despite their sizzling chemistry, Trent’s hatred of the uncanny makes Christophe hesitant to confide the truth: he’s a werewolf, one of a dwindling line, the victim of a genetic curse extending back to feudal Europe.
Overtaken by the past.
But sinister forces are at work, threatening more than their inescapable attraction. If Christophe can’t win Trent’s trust, and if Trent can’t overcome his fear of the paranormal, the price might be not only Trent’s freedom but Christophe’s very humanity.
Or it could cost both their lives.
Wolf’s Clothing is an age gap, hurt/comfort, opposites attract supernatural suspense romance featuring old rivalries, disapproving families, awkward reunions, disbelieving investigators, and, of course, an HEA.
That was abso-freaking-lutely awesome! …I’m not sure what I’m more impressed by – the fact that Russell has penned a truly unique werewolf romance based on some apparently obscure folklore OR that the author did such a good job at making the story her own that I didn’t even suspect the werewolves’ shifting ritual was based on folklore until I read the author’s note. Ultimately it doesn’t matter, because despite the fact that I’ve read hundreds of shifter romances, Christophe’s werewolf nature is unlike any I’ve ever encountered and it was not only fascinating, it made for a great story.
Russell’s heartwarming second Legend Tripping paranormal (after Stumptown Spirits) is infused with sexy sizzle, raucous adventure, and lively characters.
...all in all, it was s great read, with solid writing and interesting characters. Also? The sex is pretty damn hot without overshadowing the rest of the events going on in the book. If you like shifter stories (which I happen to love) then I recommend this story to you without hesitation.