Under the Devil’s Wing
Sam is a werewolf without a cause. He only looks as far ahead as the next drink, the next woman, and the next good time, no matter what he leaves in his wake—mostly bodies and bitter progeny. A ruthless killer and an unrepentant philanderer, he’s spent over a hundred years as a drifter without a conscience. He’s a tall tale, a folk legend among his kind, affectionately nicknamed “Scratch” for the scars on his face and the marks he leaves on his victims.
Alicia is the one who got away. A Marine back from deployment and alone, she thought she’d find comfort in the stranger’s Southern drawl. But after barely surviving a night of Sam’s affections, she’s picking up the pieces when she’s approached by a mysterious man with an offer—take control of your life and hunt down the creature who mutilated you along with any more like him.
Sam doesn’t believe in werewolf hunters, and he definitely doesn’t remember any girl named Alicia, but he and the reluctant accomplices caught in his undertow have attracted the attention of the shadowy organization dedicated to saving the world from people like him.
In the midst of a chase Sam doesn’t even know he’s leading, both he and Alicia are about to be within reach of a man with deadly ambitions, and he will draw them into a conflict bigger than either of them were prepared for.
Into the Bear’s Den
After a run-in with Sam, the fabled Beast of Birmingham, newly-recruited werewolf hunter Alicia barely escaped to Germany with her wounded partner. Here, there is no such thing as freedom for werewolves. From the moment they’re bitten, they are tagged, filed, and monitored. It should be a hunter’s dream.
All she wants is to lay hands on Sam, the cause of her hate and the source of her nightmares, but she’s constantly held back by restrictive orders and a new partner who might be a little too soft-hearted. Revenge must take a backseat to damage control as she finds herself blocked at every turn by bureaucrats who refuse to see the looming threat in front of them.
Adam Weiss is spinning a web of insurrection just under the surface of the hunters’ control, and all of Europe will be within his reach. While David sinks deeper and deeper into his old life, Sam is just happy to be getting some exercise, and his legend is finding an international stage.
With old friends and new, unexpected allies, Weiss will show the wolves of Europe that even bears can be torn down by a pack.
Down the Endless Road
Chaos brews just under the surface of Europe after Adam Weiss’s surprise attack against the Wolfjäger. The organization is in turmoil, retreating into itself for fear of total destruction. It’s more than a little frustrating for Alicia, who has less patience for bureaucracy than ever. If the council’s unwillingness to fight back wasn’t enough, there’s also the mystery of the missing Wolfjäger–there are too many outposts gone and not enough bodies.
Desperate for progress, Alicia joins up with a ragtag group of equally impatient special agents, who will show the werewolves what it really feels like to be hunted. Adam has problems even without the vigilantes’ interference. He’s keeping too many secrets, and those closest to him are losing their faith. He’s promised the werewolves their freedom, but his definition of free doesn’t seem to match David’s. Lukas has been relegated to an errand boy, and the position doesn’t sit well with him. Adam’s schemes might earn him more enemies than he expected.
Despite it all, the wheels keep turning, and no war lasts forever.