Last week I reviewed Bitten, viagra here the first novel in Kelley Armstrong’s Women of the Otherworld series. While that novel could stand on its own, Stolen is the sequel. I don’t think it could particularly stand on its own, but I don’t consider that a detraction.
Elena, when we left her at the end of Bitten, had just come to terms with her status as a werewolf. She starts this novel investigating an offer someone has made, of information regarding werewolves. There is no information, but the women she meets, Paige and Ruth Winterborne, know she is a werewolf. Because, naturally, they’re witches. As it turns out, there are several supernatural races: witches, werewolves, vampires, sorcerers, and half-demons. At one point in the past, all were a member of a sort of council of super-beings, but the werewolves isolated themselves a few generations ago (hence Elena’s lack of knowledge). This contact with Elena was intended to get the werewolves back involved the council, because the other races are being hunted down by some odd scientists. Despite their unwillingness to get involved with outsiders, the werewolf Pack decides to hear out the others. While at the meeting, Elena is captured by the scientists and must escape. Continue reading Stolen (Women of the Otherworld, Book 2), by Kelley Armstrong