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Tides of Spring: Echoes of the Past, #3

Length: 567 pages8 hours


“I absolutely can't put it down...each book has been even better than the last. I can't wait for the next one!”

The city of Caerton plays host to a hidden world of shapeshifters, who must control the often deadly fae and demons that threaten humanity. But there are divisions among the shifters, and deep mistrust between the elders. Caught in the middle are the newest pack, the Lightning Lords.

A deadly and personal attack on the Alpha's human family shakes the Lightning Lords from their peaceful winter, and they are plunged into a desperate hunt for answers that leads them into the murky depths of their territory's history. 

Meanwhile, Stalker faces even greater challenges as she juggles her human life and secret shifter existence. She must determine who her real enemies are and where she truly came from.


Where did you get the inspiration for Echoes of the Past? 
I've always loved mythology, especially Norse and Greek legends. So, much of the series draws on those myths. Artemis and Odin represent the mother and father of the shapeshifters and werewolves, who are trying to eke out an existence in this urban environment that really doesn't suit their supernatural lives. 

Which authors have influenced you? 
I grew up on Steven King, and Michael Crichton. I love horror and thriller novels. So obviously, the likes of Bram Stoker, Mary Shelley and H.G. Wells have really played a big part in driving me towards writing very dark thrillers, packed with werewolves, vampires and shapeshifters. 

If you could describe Ariana, aka Stalker, in just a few words, what would they be? 
Feisty, independent and loyal, but also fickle and hot-headed. It's hard for her to be part of a pack and have to accommodate others. That's really something she struggles with. 

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