• The Truth About Cats and Wolves

  • A Nocturne Falls Universe story
  • By: Alethea Kontis
  • Narrated by: B.J. Harrison
  • Length: 4 hrs and 25 mins
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (493 ratings)

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The Truth About Cats and Wolves

By: Alethea Kontis
Narrated by: B.J. Harrison
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Like many paranormals of Greek descent, Kai Xanthopoulos will not know her true nature until her young powers fully manifest. Unlike her parents - and much to the dismay of her stray cat best friend - Kai has chosen not to spend the rest of her life at the diner in Nocturne Falls. She takes a job at Delaney's Delectables instead, a decision that puts her directly in the path of a fugitive werewolf that could change her destiny....

Finn Kincaid is cursed. Literally. Accused of murdering his pack-brother, beaten, and left for dead in the woods, he runs to Nocturne Falls to seek sanctuary with the one cousin who successfully got out of Tennessee: Ivy Merrow, the sheriff's wife. On his way there, he's drawn off course by a girl with no idea how much power she possesses, both within herself and over him. Together, Kai and Finn must find a way to break the curse and fight their fate, without destroying each other - and their future - in the process.

©2017 Kristen Painter (P)2017 Kristen Painter

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