Dead Wolf Walking
(Shapes of Autumn Book 3)
by Veronica Blade
File Size: 1665 KB
Print Length: 232 pages
Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
Publisher: Crush Publishing, Inc. (January 15, 2016)
Publication Date: January 15, 2016
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
Ratings: ★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Yay, love Dead Wolf Walking! Like the first three (including The Legend of Hannah and Eli) books, it's so good. I found the addition of vamp politics entertaining, especially the vamp king... wish we could see more of him in the next books.
There are some twists, one was expected - - too obvious for me but there's this one that I didn't see coming. Oh I had to mention the different POVs here. Wow, it was nice seeing Zack's head. Really cool to know what he's thinking and how he feels about Autumn and their relationship problems.
I had fun reading this third installment. So in love with the series, looking forward to reading the fourth!
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About the book:
Third installment of the Shapes of Autumn series.
When a tragic death triggers Autumn and Zack’s worst fear—pursuit by dangerous werewolves—they escape to a safe house. But within the walls of the refuge, an even greater menace looms. Now under the reluctant protection of a vampire king, Autumn and Zack are targeted by a palace full of vamps out for revenge against vampire-killing werewolves.
After the vampire king discovers a rebel plot to overthrow him, Zack and Autumn are forced to remain in the palace as bait to draw out the enemy. But can the king shield them from so many who want them dead? They have only days to root out the traitors before Autumn’s parents arrive to claim her—not to mention it’s illegal to mix species—which gives them little hope of a future together. But with werewolves hunting them and vampire rebels out for their blood, Zack and Autumn need each other more than ever. Each secretly dreams of finding a way to be together—if they can stay alive.
About the author:
Veronica Blade lives in Southern California with her husband and children. By day she runs the family business, but each night she slips away to spin her tales. She writes stories about young adults to relive her own childhood and to live vicariously through her characters. Except her heroes and heroines lead far more interesting lives — and they are always way hotter.