Saturday, February 18, 2012

Changeling Dawn by Dani Harper

Kenzie Macleod was a changeling who was almost killed by humans when she was young, many long years ago.  She survived, but the memories still haunt her.  And humans are still trying to kill her kind.

Brava, a division of Kensington Publishing, sent me a copy of this book for review (thank you).  It has been published, so you can get a copy at your local bookstore.

Kenzie travels a lot, looking for artifacts that will help her make her case that changelings need not be feared; they can co-exist with humans.  She knows it can happen because her family has been doing it for years.  Her brothers have families.  She's still a loner because she hasn't met the right man.  And she's afraid to think of falling in love with a human.

What she discovers on her next dig chills her to the bone.  It's not what she finds in the ground, but what she discovers above ground:  a wolf cub who has run from humans and is a changeling...  Who is after the changelings now?

This is a fast paced story that reads well.  The wolves are more like shape shifters than werewolves.  Ms. Harper adds a love interest for Kenzie, which gives the story some spice and makes it a more enjoyable story.

If you enjoy paranormal stories or not, this one will entertain you.  It'll keep your interest all the way through.  I read it in one night because I didn't want to put it down.

Happy reading.

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