Panora {#Watty2016}

Panora {#Watty2016}

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Jacki Carter By rickrodan1000p Updated Oct 14

The prophecies spoke of the war between the supernaturals and the humans that would devastate the world. Only the chosen one can put an end to it, the Golden Wolf. But the same prophecies also speak of his demise. 

All hope is not lost, however. From a forgotten part of the prophecy, another will rise along side him, the protector, the Pan. Only with her help can he win the war destroying the entities that wish to bring the world into chaos. Only with her help can his fateful death be avoided.

But after a bitter past with her old clan, there is nothing Panora loathes more than werewolves. The only exception is her beloved son Sam. Away form the poisonous clan life, the two live happily in the hustle and bustle of New York City. The calm and families wheel of life turns steadily for them.

However, one night is all it takes to bring that wheel to a screeching halt. With terrifying speed, Panora soon finds her life spiraling out of control. Discoveries are made, alliances are struck and an unwanted mate is found.

As situations turn from bad to worse, Panora realizes that in order to protect her son, she's going to have to trust the same species she hates. Werewolves.

But that is far more easily said than done. Old habits die hard, and Panora's actions might not just mean the end of her son, but the whole world.


I hope you guys enjoy. This summary was made possible by minusfractions and rangerovers. The cover was made by  Graphics Elphadora

xxlumeniaxx xxlumeniaxx Nov 22
 #starlight
                              Great description! I close to never read werewolf books because they dont interest me very much. But since starlight wants me here i read it. And this book might change my view on werewolves ;)
Nice opening paragraph.... Most opening
                              Don't catch my attention
chey1501 chey1501 Sep 07
 #lemoncherry
                              
                              I like how you quickly jump into the plot of everything. I would just say be careful not to make it sound like a summery and tell more of a story, unless that's what your going for.
Great opening! In just a few paragraphs you have perked my interest.
I really like the opening and the description in this paragraph.
I really like this introduction. I enjoy the length, it doesn't go on forever and tells you exactly what you need to know without telling too much. Very good!