Isolde had never needed to think about how time worked in Elfhame but now she was faced with a fine.
And it wasn't even her fault!
Heavily pregnant herself, she is appalled to encounter a badly frightened young werewolf in the same condition - and to
lose her. Despite all the barriers erected by the fay against Weres, Isolde is determined
to get into Elfhame to rescue the girl. As neither Michael nor Declan are willing to help, she seeks
out a representative of Seelie Court - the rulers of Elfhame - with several unforeseen results.
When her own newborn cub is stolen and replaced with a changeling, Isolde and her mates have to find their missing child.
And that means following the trail of a Were-human relationship which has left a
trail of devastation across three generations. The key to that secret lie with time works between Elfhame and Midearth
... and with a young werewolf who cannot change shape.
The third book in the Wyrdwolf series explores some of the issues raised by time and other motifs from fairy tales,
together with a bit of history from World War II, a few aspects of child abuse. a touch of Islamic folklore and a whole lot
about the strange nature of werewolf pregnancy and birth. All set in a classic whodunit (but it wasn't Colonel Mustard
in the billiard room with a candlestick!).
What more could you want?
The Changeling - 128,000 words, set in sans serif