Author: Megan Derr
Publisher: Less Than Three Press
Cover Artist: unknown
Rating: 4 of 5 Stars
A homeless werewolf travels to the town of Midsummer’s Night, following a rumor that a doctor there has developed a cure for the lycanthropy that has always been the bane of his existence. But the cure he discovers is the very thing he ever expected to find…
Lowell is a werewolf with a difference. He hates that part of himself and wishes only to be human. Abandoned by his parents, struggling through orphanages and generally having a pretty miserable first 18 years of his life he is thoroughly fed up. When he hears about a doctor in a small town who may have worked out how to cure his lycanthropy he puts all his eggs in that basket and starts the journey to find him.
Luck is not on his side and whilst walking mile after mile to find the doctor he has deemed his last hope he gets caught in a downpour late at night. Bedraggled, dirty and soaking wet he is on the verge of just lying down at the side of the road and giving up when a car pulls over and offers him a lift along with a place to stay for the night and food. Lowell is overwhelmed by the stranger’s kindness.
As coincidences come his saviour is a pretty big one. The gentle man whose name is Peter just so happens to be the doctor he is looking for. His joy is short lived when he realises the cure is just a myth and Peter can’t help him achieve his dream.
Peter offers him refuge, clean clothes, food and kindness. The town they end up seems to attract supernatural beings of all kinds and they all appear to live in relative harmony. As the days turn into weeks Lowell feels settled for the first time in his life but there are secrets yet to be spilled and he is confused regarding his feelings for the very yummy smelling Peter.
When Peter’s family arrive in town years old truths will finally surface leaving Peter vulnerable and yearning for his old pack. He will need Lowell and his new found dominance and strength to get through it all.
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