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Ayla Hammond has come home. After years as a lone wolf in a self-imposed exile she’s rejoining the pack and trying to mend fences with her parents. She’s convinced them to accept her girlfriend, but can a lone wolf change her ways? As if homecoming wasn’t hard enough, Ayla also can’t help getting involved in a missing person case. With pressure to solve the case mounting from the pack alphas, Ayla is starting to question where her loyalties lie – and if a return to the pack she left behind is really what she wants.
Silver Kiss has Ayla comes back to the Pack after leaving because the Pack doesn’t look to fondly on her relationship with her girlfriend Shannon. They wouldn’t accept that she was gay, thus not having baby weres & helping with population. You know weres, babies babies babies. Add to it, Shannon is not a were but a human & a P.I. to boot. While settling back with the Pack, Ayla discovers a lot of information about a new drug thats making its rounds Silver Kiss. This drug is extremely addicting but worse still, it’s even worse for werewolves. Ayla gets closer & closer to finding out who is distributing this drug & why.
This was my first ever f/f urban fantasy and I was plesantly surprised at how much I loved it. I was a little intimidated, but there was nothing to be afraid of. There wasn’t much depth into Ayla & Shannon’s relationship, but what was shown was nothing to be afraid of. If that’s holding you back, please don’t let it or you’d be missing out on a great book! I would have liked to learn a little bit more background information on their relationship though, which was my only issue with Silver Kiss. The book starts with their relationship already well established, I would have liked just a bit more information on how they met, etc.
I didn’t want to put Silver Kiss down, I had to know who was putting out such a nasty drug & I kept hoping Ayla was going to make it out of the book alive!
Silver Kiss is a great suspense filled urban fantasy, with a great relationship between Ayla & Shannon. The action driven plot is well worth the read! So go grab a copy, you won’t be disappointed!