The fourth book in The Wolves of Kanta series is now available!
This book was difficult to write on so many levels. Not only does Mercy find herself in a very bad situation dealing with someone who is extremely dangerous, but she must also avoid werewolves as well. She finds herself in a familiar location which breaks her heart again and again. This turned into an intimate character exploration, which is both a detour from the other books in this series but also makes perfect sense when you see the path this story has taken.
One of the things I’ve enjoyed the most in writing this series has been exploring Mercy’s character. There is a clear difference between where she started in The She-Wolf of Kanta and this newest addition. She grows so much even in this one book. But she also has to go through so much to get there.
I hope you enjoy this latest book, and look forward to the final book releasing in April!
The Fury of Kanta
It didn’t matter that Mercy found a cure for lycanthropy or fended off bloodthirsty werewolves in Crowsmirth. Oscar the hunter still found her. Finding herself in a place she never wanted to return to again, her captor insists she play a twisted game.
Oscar wants to be the father she never had, and Mercy his doting daughter. Refusal is not an option. Plotting to escape while playing along is dangerous, but Mercy is determined to get home.
She must unravel the mystery of her parents’ past and conceal her growing fury if she hopes to see her friends again.