The gift of the padfoot cost Ripley Kent everything.
As a girl, she was chosen by the death dog. In one week, she lost everything. Her parents, her brother. Even her community of shifters shunned the power she sheltered.
She swore she’d never return to their prejudiced hatred, but when her uncle dies, Ripley is called back to Troutdale to settle his affairs. She thinks she can get in and get out unaffected, but Joe Elliott has other ideas.
He needs her, and it’s not in all the old ways her body remembers so well.
His twin brother has been bitten by a rabid wolf, and as the death glow overwhelms the town, Ripley’s padfoot gift explodes into the curse she’s always feared.
Ripley owes these people nothing after the way they’ve treated her. But that’s the thing with gifts. Sometimes they cost more to ignore. Love is only one save-of-the-day away.
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The book occurs at the same time as Big Bad Djinn.
This is a paranormal romance with full sex scenes that are easily skippable. Our urban fantasy readers have enjoyed these, but reading them is not necessary in order to get the full urban fantasy experience in the rest of the Whiskey-verse storyline.