Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Lupine (Episode 1) by Katerina Martinez [SBM Review]

(Episode 1)

This is the pilot Episode of a Serialized paranormal thriller. 


A female werewolf battles the rampant chauvinism in her society as deadly old enemies encroach on her home. 

"Since the rise of the first moon, there have been werewolves. Males of the species took on their roles as warriors, providers and Alphas, while women bred to ensure the continuation of the species. 

One woman, a warrior in her own right, aims to shake the very foundation of Lupine society to better serve its females forever. But as an age old enemy invades her homeland and threatens her people, her talents are put to the ultimate test. 

Will she prove her worth, or buckle under the pressure?" 

Warning: being a serial, this Episode will end in a cliffhanger which will lead into the next Episode. This work features mature content (including violence, sex, and harsh language) which, while it is all within the context of the story, some readers may find hard to stomach.

I just love shifter stories! I thought it started out a little slow, but it gave me a good idea of the back story of the main character, Ruby. I love strong female leads and Ruby is the perfect example of this. Not only strong willed, but physically strong and more than capable of "running" with the boys. This was a great start to a series. Martinez gives us drama, action, mystery, and a pack full of surprises. I hated getting to the end and I hope to see more of this series.

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