Ashton Chayton is the last of his race, and he wants revenge.
Stranded on a backwater planet, his survival depends on the Red Wolves of Opan. Despite his ability to enter the minds and bodies of both people and animals, Ashton has been through the torments of hell and is ready to even the score.
Unfortunately, his enemies want him too. Admiral Neopol Jones will torture him to unlock the secret of his power. The Ferals would enslave him. The influential Lord Andros just wants him dead.
Ashton must fight impossible odds, but he has allies — the woman he loves, his wolf family, and a man who Ashton thinks he hates. Ashton only wants two things–revenge and the Lady Lindha. But Ashton’s greatest enemy may just be himself.
Reviews of Wolf Dawn:
“In the marvelous tradition of Marion Zimmer Bradley, “Wolf Dawn” is an exciting Space Adventure Epic, with the heart of Orson Scott Cards ENDER series, the soul of Frank Herbert’s DUNE — and yet, much more that is startling and controversial!” – David Bischoff
I really loved this book and plan to read it again. It’s a story that starts when the hero is a child, so at first I thought it was kind of a young adult read – but by chapter four it had adult themes. The story was engrossing. I LOVED the wolves. It was a little bit of a romance, but mainly an adventure. – Beck
Wolf Dawn is a great read. Spiritual, philosophical, action packed and with sex as only a woman can write it. A future reality is presented that is both believable and full of surprises. The cast of characters spans the spectrum from the most depraved to the most elevated and we not only observe the protagonists but find ourselves a party to their innermost thoughts and feelings. You cannot help but be involved!
The wolves are wonderful too! – Ian