Author: Dakota Cassidy
Rating: Five Siren Stones
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Page Count: 45
ISBN E-Book: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
Buy-Link: http://www.amazon.com/Fangs-Anarchy-Forbidden-Werewolf-Vampire-ebook/dp/B00KOQLU5Y/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1401840802&sr=8-3&keywords=fangs+of+anarchyReviewer: Stacey Krug
Claire’s done a bad thing, the consequences of which point to more badness in her immediate future. And possibly Irish’s future…and the future of both his vampire clan and her wolf pack. But Claire’s determined to fix everything. All she has to do is find proof to justify her actions, avoid the drunken threats of her pack alpha, and stave off a race war between the vamps and weres. Easy-peasy.
The hard part? Staying away from her favorite forbidden vampire. Especially hard when he’s saving her hide every five seconds.
*Author note: Dear readers, this is part two of approximately a five-part serial. You know what that means? That’s right—cliffhangers (cue evil music). But wait! Before you hate, I hear anticipation is good for your complexion, and even your hair. I don’t know if that’s true or just a rumor, but is it worth the risk? Nonetheless, I solemnly swear to keep the stories coming swiftly, so your heads don’t asplode from waiting!
**This book is intended for adults over 18. Contains some explicit content.
So the saga continues with part two of Fangs of Anarchy: Girl Most Lycan, bringing with it some laugh out loud humor, tension, and a bit of mystery. The story is still focused on Irish McConnell and Claire Montgomery. In this episode they are dealing with a very angry Courtland Dodd, brother to the missing Gannon Dodd. Courtland wants answers and he’s not above accusing Claire without evidence. Irish tries to divert Courtland and his thugs to give Claire more time and fair handling. Let’s not forget to mention that Irish would love some more time with Claire as well.
As the story unfolds, the reader is treated to more background information on some of the characters regarding their lives before the government confined them in communities. Irish’s brother Liam is a secondary character that we get to know better. As well as Freya, Claire’s best friend.