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The Wolf of Dorian Gray - A Werewolf Spawned by the Evil of Man

The Wolf of Dorian Gray - A Werewolf Spawned by the Evil of Man

41.8K Reads 2.2K Votes 43 Part Story
Brian S. Ference By brianference Completed

Sage Holdsworth is a gifted painter with a terrible secret. She never imagined her passion would give birth to a vicious monster that could cost her everything. Sage has hidden the source of her talent from her friend and benefactor Lady Helena, but Sage cannot conceal her infatuation with the handsome and charismatic Dorian Gray. Sage creates a lifelike painting of Dorian and a small wolf pup, but there is more to the painting than meets the eye.

Lady Helena is determined to meet the mysterious man in the painting. If there is one thing she is good at, it is corrupting young men. Dorian's loss of innocence at her hands soon descends into a life of evil. Dorian pursues all the pleasures of life, unaware that his debauchery has spawned a werewolf that begins killing in the streets of London.

Can Dorian and Sage save their souls? Or will the beast consume them all?

"Rarely does romance and revenge intersect so pleasurably and delicately, forming a dance of passion and purpose that embraces a soul search and a confrontation between choices of salvation and sin." - Midwest Book Review

"A delectable page turner. An excellent debut by Brian Ference. Full of excitement, anticipation, and rich scenery." - Pavan
  
"It has something for everyone with action, romance, and mystery." - Rachel 

"There on my desk is the first passionate love-letter which I have ever composed in my life-and it is addressed to a dead girl."
    
"The engorged moon hung full and low in the sky like a yellow skull. Misshapen clouds stretched across the floating orb with elongated hands and bony fingers grasping. As they neared the docks, the gas lamps grew fewer and the streets gloomier. The cobblestones blackened as they passed the deserted brickfields. Bottle-sgoodreadshaped kilns spat their outrage with orange tongues of fire into the cooling air. Mangy dogs snarled in hunger and wandering sea-gulls screamed their displeasure at the hansom's passage."

Tvlover2014 Tvlover2014 Apr 13
I love how realistic the dialogue is and how descriptive it is! I don't know how to explain the writing style but it's smooth. Not too descriptive but descriptive to get the gist of it.
LeLe_Ray LeLe_Ray Apr 18
Hey! My names Leah but you can call me Ray. I'd love it if you could follow me and I'll follow you right back. Or if you want a rating on one of your books I'll do that too <3 have a great day~Ray
2far4me 2far4me Apr 18
Gotta love the death of the POV character in the prologue. Can't wait to see where this goes.
Sin_317 Sin_317 Jun 04
I really liked the intro and for some reason it put a smile on my face :))
Dorian gray off of league of extraordinary gentleman? the traitor? lmao
Man, this is fantastic! I'm really excited to have found your story, because I'm already enthralled in it.