When Izzy is kidnapped, Michael and Declan spend months trying to find her.
They are dismayed to discover the person who was their mate is now part of a criminal pack, with no memory of her
previous life. And she has no inclination to leave.
They have to convince her to abandon the only life she thinks she knows and trust them to save her from the wrath of those
who wish to keep her. To say nothing of trying to recover the Izzy they know.
Until they know she is no threat to her own cubs, she cannot return home. With the criminal pack on their
tails, and its leader determined to have Isolde as his mate, they are in another race against time to prevent her
inventing new memories to replace the old ones. But that's simple by comparison with helping her to recover her
identity as a wyrdwolf.
To do that, they have to track down the magician who brainwashed her - and unlock the
mystery of a story that disguises secrets that go back a century.
In the end, the only chance they have to recover the lost wyrdwolf is to find out who arranged Isolde's
kidnapping and to take sides in a bitter family feud.
The eighth book in the Wyrdwolf series mixes a cup of modern
Russian and Finnish history with a cup of Slavic mythology, a dash
of Romanovs, a splash of Faberges, a pinch of magic, a large helping
of alternative werewolf society and a car chase in a very picturesque part of
the English countryside.
What more could you want?
The Stolen Wyrdwolf - 114,000 words, set in sans serif