When Nathan Sutton, owner and CEO of all the Café Lotti chain, appears in her restaurant, the assistant manager is not quite sure how to handle him. Nathan is easy on the eyes with short brown hair, blue eyes and a body to die for.
When a mysterious stranger approaches Hilary from literally nowhere, to assist her with a flat Tyre she angrily tell him, "he is too late". He however offers her help in another way; while mesmerizing her into unbuttoning her blouse. She notices fangs in his mouth and realizes he’s a vampire, at the same time a chilling howl is heard which breaks through the daze her mind is in.
When a wolf comes menacingly toward Hilary, she looks back and the mysterious stranger had disappeared. when the wolf collapses at her feet, she puts him on her backseat and takes him home, intending to find a veterinarian in the morning. However when she wakes up the wolf is gone: She begins to wonder if this is real or did she sleep through her drive home?
RISE OF THE WOLF is an awesome read. I loved how she created a new theory for werewolves and their role against vampires. The book with all its twist and turn and great character, opens the possibility for an exciting series. It has action, passion and a happy ending. You can’t ask for more except maybe another adventure with a werewolf like Nathan.