That’s when the tears came. Hot angry tears that didn’t understand what the hell was happening to my body, what the hell was happening to me.
I just wanted Violet to put her arms around me and tell me it was all going to be alright like she always did after our parents had died. But I got the distinct impression she couldn’t or wouldn’t do that any more.
Because nothing was ever going to be alright again.
When it becomes a choice between fight or flight, which will this new werewolf choose?
Logan wakes naked and covered in blood. Unable to remember anything, he hopes he’s just been at the neighbour’s chickens again, but a werewolf serial killer has claimed another victim and Logan’s clothes and phone have been found at the scene.
Despite the evidence, PI Violet Eonsen doesn’t believe her brother has killed anyone. She just needs to prove it. After the events of Preying On Time, she can’t let him down. Besides, who better to lure out the true killer of all those necromancers than a necromancer herself?
With friend Simon in tow, Violet goes undercover to discover the killer stalking the keepers of the dead, but when her life ends up in danger is she the one that’s bitten off more than she can chew? Will Logan be proved innocent? And can the real murderer be brought to justice?
“I would never kill anyone! First you try to send me off to rehab and now this?! Accusing me of murder?! I didn’t kill her!”
My tongue unstuck from the roof of my mouth, gasping in an unsteady breath. The sirens were getting louder. They were going to take him away. “I had to. It’s my job–”
“I hate your job! And I hate you! I wish you were dead!”
Is her brother the werewolf serial killer or are his black outs just a coincidence?
When he wakes naked & covered in blood, it’s up to Violet to defend him. But if even she isn’t sure Logan’s innocent, how is he supposed to convince the cops?
Once Violet goes undercover to discover the truth her life ends up in danger, but is it her doubt in Logan that puts her in the murderer’s crosshairs or is she simply getting too close to the real big, bad wolf…?