Voted Most Original Novel of 2012 by Way2Cool Reviews!
Katherine has won against an evil that ruled her family for hundreds of years, but the war is far from over. As she settles into her Victorian home and it’s endless renovations she begins to discover that being a budding Matriarch is not so easy. With the McKlannen name comes a stigma she must overcome and a dark responsibility that threatens to consume the entire family line. But a gathering has begun and she must unravel the clues to find out who are friends and who are enemies.
Release Date: November 8, 2012
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Cover Art and Design by Lydia Hutson
From beyond the light came a low growl. Before Jim could squeeze off a shot something swept him aside in a forward rush of muscle, fur and fangs. He hit the stair rail hard, a sharp crack as his skull met the banister. On the way down he saw it leap forward, flash of white teeth and glowing eyes as the black beast headed straight for his sprawled form. The last thing he registered was the gray fur that had bowled him over, jaws open flying toward the shadows.
Through his fog Jim heard the struggle, claws scraping across wood vying for a foothold, teeth gnashing and growling. He became aware of another joining the fuss and then another. He saw the vague forms of the unnaturally large wolves gathering around. Deep down he mourned for Katherine and his unborn daughter. They were owed more than to be left in this place to fend for themselves now that the question was answered. The threat was still very real and at hand. Left alone by the one person who swore to protect her, swore to be there. Left to think he’d run before the going even got tough.
There was a sniffing on either side, a deep growling whine as their howls rose over him and consciousness fled with the distinct feel of the first teeth pulling at the collar of his jacket.
Reviews by Reviewers:
By: Honey A Hutson
Wow! And I don’t mean that lightly. I loved Honey Hutson's, first book “Soul Inheritance.” I couldn’t put it down and found the same problem with the sequel, “Inheritance Rising”. These books are not books you should read before turning in or you will find your self still up and reading them in the morning. It’ very rare I finish a book in one to two days but with both of these stories I just couldn’t put them down. First of all the stories are original which I find very refreshing. I am so tired of reading the same old things that have just been done differently. Honey's characters have a whole new concept. First you have a creature called GreyStone, a one of a kind being who used to be human. Now you have Sebastian whose much scarier then Greystone. Katherine now has to learn her powers much faster before its too late.
You will find your self wanting to protect Katherine just like the rest of the characters in the books. You will find yourself wanting to start over and be apart of her new family. You'll even wish you had some of her powers.
I dare you not to like this book. 5 stars goes to Honey Hutson and her sequel “Inheritance Rising”. I can’t wait for the next one to come out. I am definitely a fan of Honey Hutson and her creative imagination.
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My latest review by Midnight Magic Reviews~
"What a nice addition to the popular paranormal genre! Inheritance Rising... gives us a strong main character to love. And even though this is the second book in her series, you can jump in right here. The only issue you will have will be that you want to go back and read the first. I know I do!" (See their website for the full review!)
4 Midnight Magic Girls!
This book was a great read. We were up well past our bedtime.
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Reviewer: Rosemary Smith
Katherine is slowly settling into her Victorian home. After a long battle she has triumphed over the evil her family has fought for centuries. But the war isn’t over and Katherine has some heavy family obligations and responsibilities that just may bring about her own demise
A very likeable fantasy with a gutsy, appealing heroine.