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Summoning

Summoning

The Moon Wolf Saga Vol. 1
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ISBN: 9781597803984
Published: 4/3/2012

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ISBN: 9781597804134
Published: 4/3/2012


The World Snake is coming, devourer of Thrace and Atlantis… and the only one standing in its way is Amber, a sixteen-year-old runaway, recently arrived in Los Angeles.

Amber is more than just a girl with a stolen ID and an attitude; she is a daughter of the wolf-kind, a shapeshifter able to change forms at will. One night, as Amber prowls the Hollywood Hills in wolf form, she stumbles onto an occult ceremony, interrupting the ritual. As a result, Amber finds herself the unwilling mistress of a handsome demonic servant, Richard.

Appearing as a fair youth of eighteen years, Richard is a demon accidentally summoned, then captured, by Dr. John Dee, court magician to Queen Elizabeth I. Richard has been trying for four centuries to free himself from a succession of masters and mistresses, but finds himself bound to Amber, the only one who can protect him from his greatest fear, the herald of the World Snake, the Eater of Souls.

The last thing a girl of the wolf-kind needs is a boy following her around like a lapdog, but Amber agrees to help Richard reclaim his soul from two of his old foes, hoping to grant Richard his freedom. But all hell is about to break loose, and Amber and Richard are going to need some allies to stop the Eater of Souls and avert the World Snake, and the battle has only begun.

“A tightly-written debut novel of a tough, uncompromising heroine whose wolf’s view of the world depicts a Los Angeles filled with hidden magic, arcane supernatural threats, and the possibility of deliverance.”
—Kate Elliott, Nebula award finalist author of The Crown of Stars

“Wonderful! A strong new voice in Urban Fantasy tells a fast-moving, gripping story of evil magic in Los Angeles and the fearless werewolf who fights against it.”
—Katharine Kerr, author of The Deverry Cycle

“...a story rich in mythic lore and as tightly woven as the mesh of fate itself.”
—Douglas Rees, author of Vampire High