Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Of Wings and Wolves by S.M. Reine Review

Of Wings and Wolves
(Seasons of the Moon: Cain Chronicles)
Author: S.M. Reine
Release Date:  February 16th 2013
Format: ebook
Genre:  Paranormal, Fantasy,


Summer Gresham knows that she’s different. After all, she’s the only twenty-year-old coed that shapeshifts into a wolf. But her unique nature is a well-hidden secret, so she’s baffled to be singled out for a prestigious internship. She’s even more stunned when she discovers that the man who wants to hire her—Nash Adamson—specifically requested Summer…and he won’t take no for an answer.

Nash has more than a few secrets of his own. Like Summer, he’s different, too: a rebel angel in exile. Summer is the key to his freedom, and her warmth and beauty stirs something inside of him that’s been sleeping for millennia. She almost makes him forget that he’s imprisoned.

Summer suddenly finds herself at the crux of an ancient war, and angels don’t care how many mortals get caught in the crossfire. Torn between saving Summer and freeing himself, Nash has to choose what matters most: their love, or his freedom.


I can never get enough of S.M. Reine's books. They always surprise me on how much the story can pull me in. I enjoyed this book from beganing to end.

I loved the plot to this story, it's about a girl named Summer and how her life was normal(well as normal as can be for being the only werewolf) until she met Nash (Nashiel). He changed her life in how she see's the place she calls home and how she isn't the only supernatural creature out there. From meeting him it unlocks doors of secrets she never knew about herself or her twin brother before. With Nash's help though they finally find they're true home.

Summer and Abram are twins and are so different from one another and from they're parents Rylie and Abel. While Summer is confident and is more trusting. She is also very curious, she asks a lot of questions to Gran about her parents. Not to mention sneaking into Nash's mansion area to learn more about the guy. The saying goes curiosity kills the cat or more like wolf in this case. She's to brave for her own good sometimes. Even though Abram doesn't know much about himself you can see in the way he acts that he's a warrior. He is cautious and cares a lot for his family and doesn't trust to fast.

After reading this book I'm so excited to read her new series. I hope to learn what will happen to Summer, Nash and Abram next. Which means I'm off to read the next book in the series!

5 out of 5 Howling Wolves

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