A Symphony of Howls by Val St. Crowe (Of Wolves and Woods Book 1)
English | 2019 | Fantasy | ePUB | 263 Kb
A Symphony of Howls:The full moon calls.Camber Fordham has always felt as though everyone looks straight through her. No one really sees her. Camber lives inside the fences erected by the vampire ruling class, fences created to keep the werewolves out. Werewolves live beyond the fences, deep in the woods.
Camber has been told they are dangerous monsters, but now she is feeling the call of the moon. She knows she will become a werewolf soon, and that her only hope of survival is in the woods.
So, when the moon is fat and round and white, she climbs the fence and shifts. She is thrust into another world. Here, there is a cocky beastman with ice blue eyes, and a witch who claims that Camber’s destiny is to mate with the handsome alpha wolf of the Northeast pack. Here, people seem to actually see her for the first time ever.
And here, danger is surfacing from between the dark trunks of the trees. The vampires want to annihilate the wolves, and Camber must fight. For herself. For her new home. For everything she has come to love.
“You’re, you know, great. And you’re going to meet someone who really is into all the stuff you’re into.”
“I’m sure I will,” I said. “You got any recommendations of places that I could go to meet people with similar interests?”
“Do you even know what my interests are?”
He cringed. “Hey, Camber, we had fun, right?”
“Right,” I said, smiling at him. I was being too hard on him, really I was. Truly, it had been wishful thinking to even call him my boyfriend. I didn’t have boyfriends, and I knew that. I patted him on the arm again. “It’s really okay, Parker. I’m fine. Goodbye. No hard feelings.”
“Really?” he said. “You sure?”
“Positive,” I said, and I pushed past him to go upstairs to my apartment.
On my way up the stairs to my place, one of my neighbors waved at me. “Hey there, Cassie.”
“Camber,” I said. “It’s Camber, Melissa. My name is Camber.”
“That’s what I said,” said Melissa. “Everything cool?”
“Well, my boyfriend just dumped me.”
“Great,” said Melissa, moving past me. “See you later.”