When Grace went to Africa to research the indigenous lion population, she had no idea just how close she was going to get to them. A hot one-night stand with a handsome man named Dylan got extremely complicated when Grace discovered she was somehow pregnant. Little did she know, Dylan was actually a werelion, and she was now carrying the lion's love child. With no way to contact him, Grace was resigned to raising the baby by herself; however, it soon became very apparent that this was no ordinary pregnancy, and this would be no ordinary baby....
"What a train wreck.."
In a single drop of contaminated blood, there writhe millions of needle-shaped cells. When introduced to a host, they spread - healing wounds, replenishing fluids, patching bone. The host becomes unstoppable; even complete destruction of its brain isn't necessarily the end. All their cells are gradually replaced, enhanced. Eden Green is the third human to see the needles in action, after her best friend Veronica accepts them without thinking.
"Story wise, the book is entertaining enough"