When Isolde goes missing, Michael and Declan are desperate to find her. They are
dismayed to discover their mate is now part of a criminal pack, with no memory of
her previous life. To bring her home, they have to persuade her to leave the security of her
pack and the only life she knows. They must convince her that she wants to be someone else - the
Izzy they know.
Until they know she is no threat to her own cubs, Isolde cannot return home. With the criminal pack on their tails and its leader
determined to have Isolde as his mate, they are in a race against time to prevent
her inventing new memories to replace the old ones.
Helping her to recover her memories of being a wyrdwolf is more tricky. The only chance they have to recover the lost wyrdwolf
is to outwit the pack and find who did this, and why. They must track down the
magic workers who enchanted her. And that means unlocking a story of broken oaths that go back
a century - and taking sides in a bitter family feud.
The eighth book in the Wyrdwolf series draws on modern
Russian and Finnish history, Slavic mythology and Finnish mythology. Set in the borderlands of England and South Wales.
The Stolen Wyrdwolf - on sale in Kindle or print editions, via Amazon.