When Maggie Goudeau, daughter of a wealthy senator from New Orleans, enters the bar Sanctuary, Wren Tigarian is fascinated. He, the hybrid werewolf, an outcast among his own, does not include the momentum that pushes this fragile girl from a good family. He knows nothing about women. He mastered to perfection is the art of stalking and killing. Its nature is to destroy, not to stroke. However, the attraction is there, too animal for both can resist. But binding Maggie Wren will cause the hatred of his enemies.
Pocket: 314 pages
Publisher: I've read (2 February 2011)
Collection: I read Twilight
Price: 6.55 €
I found this saga with lots of fun, despite the fact that it is always the same frame and I know for a fact.
Maggie is the daughter of a wealthy senator who keeps asking him to be worthy not to soil his image.
One evening, she went to the Sanctuary with friends to pay tribute to Nick, a missing friend (who has a recurring role rather in the other books)
But these comrades, all of good family, are not necessarily more polite than the common people, and one of them will take part in Wren, the bar a little wild server.
Later that same Wren who obsesses Maggie will save his life.
Begins a story of thwarted love will encounter many dangers, before finishing well as all the books of the saga
I enjoyed this book, as the White Wolf Volume 4. Can not explain why, except that in these two volumes, the heroes are men skinned alive who believe in nothing and do not trust anyone, and will end up finding love and humanity in them.
Maybe my ridiculously romantic side, which moves and is pleased that this character condemned to live and die alone eventually be saved by love?
For cons, I regretted the absence of Acheron. For once, no allusions to hunters of the night, the gods and Acheron, while after the revelations of Volume 8, I expected more!