Devin Marshall is alone and on the run from a coven of dark witches. New to the world of magic, Devin tries his best to outrun and outlast the coven he once swore loyalty to in order to save his soul. In a last ditch attempt at freedom he discovers help where he least expects it, but also manages to upset a pack of deadly werewolves along the way.
Two supernatural cultures clash as Devin discovers hidden secrets about his past in an all or nothing attempt at survival. Coven of Wolves takes listeners around the globe and back into time as a new universe of hidden societies, powerful witches, and sinister creatures dominate the landscape in their fight for control of an unsuspecting world.
©2012 Peter Saenz / Digital Fabulists (P)2013 Digital Fabulists
I started listening to this book on the way to a comic book convention and it was the perfect way to get into the mood.
Coven of Wolves has all the magical elements I lived in Buffy the Vampire Slayer. (I still miss Buffy.) The lead character, Devon, it's mostly lost when the book starts. It's exciting flowing him as he finds his power and build a family along the way.
The sense of danger kept me listening just a little longer each time and the romance is warm.
The reader did a nice job bringing this take if witches, werewolves, ninjas and twinks to life. I had so much fun listening on drives and long walks.
I wish books like this had been around when I was in high school.
I Was a bit surprised when i found out the main character Was gay since the summary didnt say but the story Was excellent, funny and a bit sad. As It turned out I loved It. Its realy worth getting. Also there are no explicit sex scenes only hinted at. So if your not open minded your sensibilities wont be offended.
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