Friday, January 18, 2019

Review: Selenium Night

Selenium Night Selenium Night by Kharma Kelley
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Having enjoyed another book by this author, I figured it would be good to start from book 1 for once and picked this one up. This book throws you right into a complex world of shifter factions, fated mates, war and betrayal from page 1. Prepare yourself!

Aidan is the adopted son of the “good” werewolves. They’ve tried to stay out of the way of human and enjoy nature. Guided by a council to aid in the transition, Aidan has been leading this pack without incident until a gruesome fight leaves them severely wounded, both mentally and physically. Aidan’s own mother was murdered, most of the home burned down, and the most likely suspect is his adopted brother. The council allows him leave to hunt him down and come back with him. Should be easy enough, right?

Maddie is a veterinarian in a town with a mostly deserted night life. One night, however, she decides to take a risk and go into a local bar. This bar, however, happens to be populated by the “bad” werewolves. The only thing that gets her out alive is Aidan, who just so happens to be in the right place while hunting his brother. His hunting plans soon take a backseat as these two lovebirds flirts and tease each other. Nothing in town is what it seems and things only get more twisted and complicated as time goes on. While we eventually get to a good place, you should be prepared for a bumpy ride.

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