Woodland Creek Series.
30 Authors. 30 Shifter Stories.
**THIS IS A 35,000 WORD NOVELLA**
A shifter made of stone. And wings.
A human bent on free love. And drunk.
A joke could be made with those two lines.
But the town of Woodland Creek, it’s no laughing matter. Hostile and magical residents guard their secrets. It’s too easy to be found out.
When Isaac Stone first meets Kennedy Kirk, he’s tempted to shove her off the clock tower. After all, she is gripping his private parts to lean over and see his town. One little push is all it would take…
Isaac never anticipated he’d be the one to fall.
Wow did I love this book! I love reading books about shifters, but I’ve never read a book about Gargoyles before. I wasn’t disappointed one bit though, they are just as hot and ornery as all the other shifters out there.
Kennedy doesn’t have the most welcoming night when she first arrives in the city of Woodland Creek. She falls of a building and then from there, her entire life as she knew it changes. She now sees that humans aren’t the only ones walking the streets of Woodland Creek, and she isn’t the least bit happy about it.
However Kennedy is in for more surprises, after one of the hottest nights she’s ever had with the Gargoyle shifter Isaac (who also just happens to be the mayor of Woodland Creek), she can’t seem to keep him out of her head, as much as she hates herself for it. Not only that, but after that night (which she had no control of, well…. Maybe she had a choice at the end, but you’d have to read the story to understand what I’m talking about) she also loses her boyfriend that she thought was the one.
Kennedy and Isaac have quite a few surprises in store for them, including this magnetic attraction they have for each other. The question is, are they prepared to handle everything that comes at them and concur it together, or will it all be too much and they let the pieces fall where they may?
From the very beginning, it was impossible for me to put this book down! Scarlett does such an amazing job pulling you into the story and connecting you with the characters that you’re left begging for more at the end. I really hope we get to see more of Kennedy and Isaac, or even the Stone family. I have a feeling find the ONE isn’t going to be easy for anyone in that family. Congrats Scarlett on an amazing story, and I can’t wait to read more of what you have in store for us!