Monday, September 18, 2017

Cursed Wolf (Curse of the Moon #5) by Stacy Claflin

A stone in the shoe is irritating. A stone around the neck is a nightmare.

Victoria should be happy. Elated. Enemies have been defeated and her new life has endless possibilities. But things never stay uncomplicated for long. Not for her. The wolf essence stone was supposed to cure wolvesof their shifting curse. Instead, it adheres itself to her, and casts a new curse on almost everyone surrounding her. Even worse, it speaks to her—leading her to a disturbing and heartbreaking realm where no one can find her and no one can follow. Each time she disappears, she returns with no memory of what transpired and is left with a feeling of dread.

Toby suffers more from the curse than the rest of his pack. The wolf essence stone seems to actively hate him and often repels him away from the love of his life. Compounding their problems? A secret society wants the stone for their own nefarious ends and the evil witch who created the curse has also resurfaced—and everything they do puts Victoria’s life in jeopardy.

All the supernaturals must band together in an epic battle for control of the stone. But before it’s over, one or more of them may have to make the ultimate sacrifice.

My Thoughts…

The Curse of the Moon Series is a great paranormal story.   Cursed Wolf is book #5 in this series.    What I really love in this series is how the storyline is new in each book.   The characters are familiar, their relationships continue, and the story continues.      With each new book in this series I find myself liking or disliking the characters more and more.  I want more about their lives and to see where their story heads. 

The Wolf Curse needs to be broken.    The Wolf Stone has been found, which is supposed to be able to break the curse.   The stone instead makes everyone worship Victoria.   There were times I felt like I got the point that everyone worshipped Victoria because she has possession of the stone and I wanted that story to move on.  Yet, I do understand that the worshipping part is an important part of the story.     The powers of the stone are the basis for this book.  

I enjoy every book in this series and I am looking forward to more from Stacy Claflin. 

Thank you Stacy Claflin for a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.

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