Huntsmen by Michelle OsgoodHuntsmen by Michelle Osgood


byMichelle Osgood

Paperback | April 13, 2017

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Months after saving Jamie and Deanna from crywolf, Kiara and her brother Cole have moved into the city. While clubbing one night, Kiara is stunned to see her ex, Taryn, onstage. But before she can react, Jamie notices a distinctive tattoo in the crowd: an axe rumored to be the mark of the Huntsmen, a group of werewolf-tracking humans. The girls need to leave immediately--and since Taryn is also a werewolf, they need to take her with them.

The Huntsmen are more than a myth, and they’re scouring the city for lone wolves just like Taryn. Until the General North American Assembly of Werewolves lends a plan of action, Kiara’s small pack is on lockdown in a friend’s apartment, where she and Taryn must face the differences that drove them apart. Furthermore, the longer the group waits, the more it seems the Huntsmen haven’t been acting entirely on their own.

Title:HuntsmenFormat:PaperbackDimensions:210 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.48 inPublished:April 13, 2017Publisher:Novelstream dba Interlude PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1945053194

ISBN - 13:9781945053191


Editorial Reviews

“4 ½ stars… It was so well written that I never once doubted it. The last part of the book was very exciting and full of threat and suspense.” -Inked Rainbow Reads Reviews on The Better to Kiss You With“4 ½ stars… I really enjoyed the writing style of Ms. Osgood and hope to read more by her in the future. Her voice was so clear and the emotions she brings forth are so rich. I kind of don’t want this book to end.” -Molly Lolly Book Reviews on The Better to Kiss You With“The Better to Kiss You With is a heady paranormal romance with a Canadian Gothic atmosphere. Cherry blossoms bloom in a moody, misty spring while terrible notes turn up and computers can haunt more than any presence.”—Friend of Dorothy Wilde Book Blog