The Wolf by Jean Johnson
Date Read: January 2009
Genre: PNR, Romance
The Sons of Destiny series continues in this breathtaking romantic fantasy from a fresh new voice.
Eight brothers, born in four sets of twins, two years apart to the day-they fulfill the Curse of Eight Prophecy. To avoid tempting their destiny, the brothers are exiled to Nightfall Island, where women are forbidden. When a childhood friend seeks refuge among the brothers, it triggers a confrontation with their mysterious enemy.
Alys arrives desperate and afraid, but welcomed by Wolfer, the second-born brother who harbors deep feelings for Alys. But she harbors a secret: her own uncle is tormenting the exiled brothers, and seeks to kill them to secure their ancestral inheritance for himself.
Confessing her uncle's plan to the brothers puts them at even greater risk, for their resistance against the evil mage has stirred his wrath. Alys fears her uncle is determined this time to exterminate the brothers once and for all- destroying the star-crossed lovers as well
Series: Sons of Destiny #2
Also by this author: The Sword, The Master br> br>
Also in this series: The Sword, The Master
The Wolf is second in the series and I liked this story better than the first. OK I have thing for shape-shifter type of magic. It was a good continuation of the series!!!
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