Published by DSP Publications on November 4th 2014
Wolf’s-own: Book One
Untouchable. Ghost. Assassin. Mad. Fen Jacin-rei is all these and none. His mind is host to the spirits of long-dead magicians, and Fen's fate should be one of madness and ignoble death. So how is it Fen lives, carrying out shadowy vengeance for his subjugated people and protecting the family he loves?
Kamen Malick means to find out. When Malick and his own small band of assassins ambush Fen in an alley, Malick offers Fen a choice: Join us or die.
Determined to decode the intrigue that surrounds Fen, Malick sets to unraveling the mysteries of Fen's past. As Fen's secrets slowly unfold, Malick finds irony a bitter thing when he discovers the one he wants is already hopelessly entangled with the one he hunts.
First Edition published by Dreamspinner Press, February 2012
This was my first time reading a Carole Cummings book, and I know for sure, that I will be reading more. This book – Oh man. It had me on the edge of my seat! I didn’t want it to end. And a book with gay characters, Heck yes I want more! We need more books with same sex couples, and this one was absolutely amazing.
The male characters from this book, happen to be some of my favorites, coming in tied with the lovely gentleman from The Relics of Gods. With SO many different personalities, and 2 fantastic back stories, I can’t help but love them both so much. Malick has to be one of my favorite characters this year – He’s so sure of himself all of the time. I like that. ( Not to mention the sex drive. HA ) Each character brought something amazing to the table, and that alone made the book amazing. I want to know more about them in the upcoming books, because I feel there are so many secrets that need to come to light.
The world building is fantastic, one of my favorites from this year. An amazing fantasy world full of Evil gods, sex, amazing male characters. Everything flowed together perfectly in this world, though at some points I did find things going a bit slow, and the flash backs got to me a bit, though I realize now that it was necessary. And the amount of sexual tension in the book, holy crap. You could cut it with a knife. If this is a sign of how well Carole writes, then I need to start reading more from her ASAP.
I know I normally say I am not a fan of books like these, full of romance and sex, but there is something different when it comes to some same sex books, I find. And I love them so much.
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