Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Wolfsbane's Daughter by Jennifer Silverwood (Wylder Tale # 1.5)

Wolfsbane's Daughter
My Rating:
Written by: Jennifer Silverwood
Print Length: 46 pages
Publisher: SilverWoodSketches
Publication Date: February 25, 2016
Genre: Dark Fantasy

Wolfsbane and his daughter Resha are on a never ending quest in the Wylder Mountains, to wipe out the wolves who destroyed their village. Before their enemies stole everything she loved, Resha cared for little beyond learning how to be a hunter. After, she learned a hunter must be prepared to fight as well as flee. Now she cares for nothing but revenge.

Until she discovers two majikal humans half frozen in the forest. Resha has a choice, to follow her instincts and leave the strangers to the wolves, or save them. Yet the enemy is on the prowl and there is little time for Wolfsbane's daughter to find safe haven before they are discovered.

Wolfsbane's Daughter (A Wylder Tale #1.5)Wolfsbane's Daughter by Jennifer Silverwood

Wolfsbane’s Daughter was a highly imaginative plot with Silverwood scripting a beautifully woven tale that intrigues and draws you in.

Resha has been taught as a wolf hunter since an early age. All she knows is killing and she is good at it. With a goal of pure revenge on the wolves in Wylder Mountain, Resha seeks to destroy with every breath. The day she stumbles across to humans near frozen on the mountain, she must decide whether to save them or leave them to their fate. If she is to save them, it would be a race against the wolves stalking her, waiting for a moment of weakness to kill her before she gets them.

This is a companion novella to Craving Beauty but in my opinion a much stronger and complete story. It is much different than Craving Beauty and even as a companion it does not expand on what was missing in Craving Beauty novel. This, Wolfsbane’s Daughter, on the other hand is a world that I would like to explore and know more. I found Resha, the world and characters all something that captured my attention and gave me enough closure to feel I had a good understanding of the Wylder world.

I received this copy of Wolfbane's Daughter from Jennifer Silverwood in exchange for a honest review.

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