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The Werewolf Cure (Luna Werewolves #8) by…

The Werewolf Cure (Luna Werewolves #8)

by Marcy Jacks

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The eighth book of this series focuses on yet another addition to Roarke's ever growing luna werewolf pack. The new member, or rather, potential member, is another human. Scott has a real problem: he is dying of cancer. The key question is whether he will accept being turned into a werewolf (since everyone seems to think that will cure him), or whether he refuses and dies. What is unusual about this book isn’t the idea that werewolves can fight off any human disease, but the risk associated with the turning process. Scott might die anyway, and that makes reaching a decision for him and his mate, Eric, a tough one.

Scott is a cop, hasn’t quite made it to detective, and now he will die of cancer. Both his parents died young, of the same disease, so he almost expected it. He has put his affairs in order, and wants to enjoy his last few days in peace, but fate has other plans. Once he is abducted by werewolves –twice – he begins to see a reality that is beyond what most people have to deal with, and he was more than a little shocked. All in all, he took it pretty well, and Roarke's new luna werewolf pack consists of some pretty cool guys, but still.

Eric is conflicted. On the one hand, he wants nothing more than to bite and turn Scott as fast as possible. He hates that his mate is so sick, and can’t stand the idea of him dying before they can help him. On the other hand, he doesn’t want Scott to know everything (like the fact that Eric will most likely die as well, since mates very rarely survive each other's deaths). I loved how he was trying to do the best thing for Scott at all times, but, of course, only when they really start talking can they find out what's best for both of them.

If you're looking for a shifter story about a very sick man who doesn’t expect to return to his old life but instead finds a new reality and a new lease on life, if you enjoy reading about mates who seem to have everything against them and not much time left together, and if you're looking for a book with lots of hot and increasingly loving action between the sheets, then you will probably like this novella.

NOTE: This book was provided by Siren Publishing for the purpose of a review on Rainbow Book Reviews.
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  SerenaYates | Oct 19, 2017 |
A very interesting twist with this book. A human with cancer turned with some strange results. I'm all for a good plot twist. Can't wait to get to the next book in the series. ( )
  Virago77 | Jun 23, 2016 |
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