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Corporal Aiden Kaas is just like any other marine - except for the minor matter that he is a werewolf, one unsanctioned by the Lycan Council. Factions of the Council want him exterminated as a threat to the Tribe, and the military has tracked him down and wants to use him as a super-warrior, something that the Council cannot accept.

When Colonel Jack Tarnition infects himself with Aiden’s blood to become a werewolf in his own right, things start spiraling out of control, and with his mentor Hozan’s assistance, Aiden has to navigate the threat to himself, his fiancé, Corporal Claire Record, and Army Major Keenan Ward. The four werewolves have only each other to face two powerful forces, forces with diametrically opposed viewpoints that will lead to an inevitable clash of wills.

©2016 Jonathan Brazee (P)2018 Jonathan Brazee

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  • Rambo
  • 28-06-2020

great story from start to finish. horror and more

loved the trilogy. all three had me hooked.
werewolf council. love death threats.
narration was great. he really sucked you into the story

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