Despite a month of peace from hybrid attacks, the constant threat of violence has the loup garou on edge. Knight McQueen’s home feels like a military compound and his people have become battle-weary soldiers. And Knight’s tenuous grip on his own self-control has been further damaged by the disappearance of the only woman whose touch brings him peace.
Held prisoner by her hybrid half-sisters and forced to care for an unknown child, Shay Butler’s quarterly is approaching but a silver-laced collar prevents her from shifting. As her time draws closer, her sanity begins to slip.
The opportunity to rescue Shay arrives when Magus enemy Archimedes Atwood requests a parley to discuss ways to end the conflict between their people and stop the rogue hybrids. Alpha Bishop McQueen agrees, bringing his brothers together to form a plan that will bring Shay home to Knight, stop the final two hybrids—and finally bring Archimedes to justice once and for all…
INCLUDES A PREVIEW OF THE CORNERSTONE RUN NOVEL, BLACK ROOK
Raised on a steady diet of Star Wars, Freddy Krueger and “Fear Street” novels, Kelly Meade developed a love for all things paranormal at a very young age. The stealthy adolescent theft of a tattered paperback from her grandmother’s collection of Harlequins sparked an interest in romance that has continued to this day. Writing as Kelly Meding, Meade is the author of the Dreg City urban fantasy and the MetaWars books.
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I was given a copy of this book by Netgalley for an honest review.
WHITE KNIGHT is a great ending to this series. It has a well-developed story line and characters. Knight McQUEEN is a rare white wolf who is able to calm the wolves around him. He was kidnapped when he was younger by another wolf run(pack). He was recently kidnapped by a group of hybrid vampire/ magi who wanted him to help them have a baby. These women are deranged and will get him at the cost of killing off other wolf runs(packs). Now he has to find his mate Shay Butler who was kidnapped by them a month ago. I loved this book and how Kelly Meade wrapped everything up. I recommend this book to everyone, and I give WHITE KNIGHT 5/ 5 STARS.