Friday, August 25, 2017

Pack of Lies by Annie Bellet [Review]

 Pack of Lies by Annie Bellet
Pack of Lies (The Twenty-Sided Sorceress #3) by Annie Bellet
Format: ebook
Source: purchased
Date read: January 7, 2017

The Twenty-Sided Sorceress
1. Justice Calling
2. Murder of Crows
3. Pack of LiesPaperback | Kindle
4. Hunting Season
5. Heartache
6. Thicker Than Blood
7. Magic to the Bone
7.5. Harper's Tale: Tribes
8. Dungeon Crawl

Annie Bellet
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Synopsis (Goodreads):
Let sleeping dogs lie. Wolves, on the other hand…

Recovering from a broken heart and coming to terms with her family history, all sorceress Jade Crow wants is to resume running her comic book store and gaming with her friends. With a town full of strange wolf shifters, a hundred-and-fifty-year-old peace accord hanging in the balance, and the Justice who broke her heart back in her life, Jade’s plans go out the proverbial window.

Wolves are killing wolves, innocent human lives are caught in the crossfire, and not everyone in town is who they appear to be. As the bodies stack up and the doubts build, Jade and her friends race to find the true killer.

And then Jade’s evil ex-lover makes another move…
Thoughts on Pack of Lies: I guess the problem with falling for a guy who metes out justice for a living is that you never know if he's disappeared because he was called away on a job or because of something you did. In Jade's case, she was blaming herself for what happened up on the reservation and she pulled away from everyone for a while after. While Harper and her other friends have managed to pull her back into the world of the living, Alek hasn't been seen or heard from in a month.

Until he walks through Jade's door and asks for help.

Jade being Jade, she jumps in with both feet. There's a little blood, a little death, and a lot of avoidance going on. Plus, Jade doesn't trust herself after being lured in by Samir's trickery last time.

Figuring out who the killer is is only the start of things. (PS. I'm digging Alek. I always thought Iw as more of a wolf-girl, but that tiger works for me.)

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