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Summary

Witches and werewolves and rednecks, oh my!

After surviving one Hell of a journey, Quinn MacKenna - black magic arms dealer turned demigoddess - was really looking forward to spending some quality time with friends. And maybe a beer. Unfortunately time is the only thing Quinn doesn’t have, and all her friends are either missing, in hiding, or imprisoned - including her favorite bartender. Then again, after being gone a year and six months without sending so much as a postcard, what should she expect?

With the world having literally spun out of control since she last stepped foot in the mortal realm, Quinn finds herself wandering Boston, penniless and without a home. To make matters worse, it seems a very powerful, very mysterious someone has overthrown the powers that be and set something Wild loose in her city. Something determined to Hunt down every last soul Quinn cares about.

Unless she turns herself in before the next full moon.

Facing a decision she cannot afford to make and a deadline she cannot afford to miss, Quinn has no choice but to leave Boston in someone else’s capable hands. Fortunately, if her adventures have taught her nothing else, it’s that she can’t do everything herself. Which is why - when a pack of Missouri werewolves lead her to question the motives of a white witch - Quinn looks for an enchanting solution.

In the end, Quinn will be called upon to weigh the needs of her city against her own. But first, she will have to tap into a power she does not understand, reunite with some exceptionally Sick acquaintances, start a witch-hunt, and stop a massacre. And all before the next full moon - unless she wants to owe a certain goddess a debt that could take an eternity to repay.

Turns out being immortal isn’t as much fun as Quinn thought it would be. But then, nobody ever said moonlighting as a deity would be easy - though they probably should have mentioned the tremendous sacrifices she’d be asked to make.

Like having to wear a freaking dress.

©2020 Shayne Silvers (P)2020 Shayne Silvers

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  • 09-09-20

Filler

BIG fan of the Templeverse series, this one for whatever reason fell a bit flat and seemed as if it was just filler.....looking forward to the story line back on track!

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  • 09-10-20

waste of time and money.

useless to the series. zero character growth. anti climactic,in fact it was regressionon her part. she has become even more dim witted and self righteous. bad combo. too top it off the forced romance is just cringy.