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A new life awaits....
Xander Stryker thought he’d seen his fair share; thought there was nothing left to lose.
He was wrong.
Now, Xander finds himself living night-by-night in the forest with a pack of shape-shifters. It might not be much, but it’s all he has left. But even that, with the arrival of a ragtag group seeking his help, is put in jeopardy.
Hot on their heels and hungry for destruction is a new breed of enemy: hunters. Mythos hunters. A pair willing to sacrifice their own humanity to get the job done.
And with Xander struggling to reclaim his humanity - and maybe a little bit of everything else he’s lost along the way - he might not be able to once more take up the mantle as warrior to protect what matters most.
If you like grit, horror, and compelling character chemistry, take a bite out of the dark, supernatural series by Nathan Squiers.
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- Anonymous User
This series keeps getting better and better
Xander promised Estella everything would be okay. And to some it was... Unfortunately, that's not Estella's view on things. She's beyond upset at how things have played out.
While Estella is struggling to learn how to live with her new reality, Xander has found a home of sorts living in the woods with a pack of therions. Now he finds himself searching for Estella every chance he gets, trying to assuage his guilt and writing letters to her. In addition to all this, he gets to explain Christmas to the pack leader. As if they needed another excuse to throw a party.
But we all know this wouldn't be a Squiers book if Xander didn't have new challenges to face, and he provides them in plenty. A ragged looking group of mythos finds their way to his "doorstep." Exhausted and terrified as they try to stay ahead of a pair of killers out to annihilate every member of their house. Life may not be looking up for Xander, but he's been handed a new purpose, and just maybe a new family. If they survive what's coming. The concept the Odin clan was founded on may rise again if Xander can get his act together.
This book has so much more packed into than any that came before. We're given a look at Joseph Stryker's vision for the mythos community at large. Xander has lost everyone who mattered to him and must struggle to build a life from ashes. How he does that could only have come from the pen (or computer) of Nathan Squiers.
Forbidden Dance is a beautifully crafted work of art. Squiers continually rounds out both new and old characters and gives them a depth that only the finest wordsmiths can achieve. I cant wait to listen to book 4.