The only one that is better than
werewolves to teach them how to fight is a powerful vampire.
But why would one want to help? Daedalus is intrigued by
the request for his services and realizes that these
“misfit” wolves might have more going for them than meets
the eye. So he takes on the challenge. He never expects
their neighbor Sugar though, and he never sees the effect
she will have on his heart coming.
Sugar is a pretty and quiet woman.
Heck, she is a librarian. But she is also fiercely loyal
of her neighbors and friends, even though they turn into
furry wolves each full moon. So no matter if their new
trainer is a vampire or not, she will give him a piece of
her mind if she thinks he is not living up to his bargain
with them. Sugar just doesn’t count on how he will make her
Now the wolves are gearing up for a
fight for survival and Sugar might have to choose to leave
her quiet life behind, if she wants it all. What will they
I was pulled in from the start of
The Omegas and Annie Nicholas didn’t let me go
until the very end. And then I was looking to find out when
the next book would be out. I love how Sugar isn’t a lycan,
but not only does she love and protect her friends, she
pushes Daedalus also. I am a big fan of both shifter and
vampire stories and think that Ms. Nicholas has what it
takes to put out a first class series that will stand with
all the big names. I can’t wait for the next book.