The Hybrid Wolf Series
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The Hybrid Wolf Series: Prequel
The alpha was murdered and it was an inside job. Can Tom step up and save the future of his pack before it's too late?
Getting the call to say his alpha had been killed in an accident was the last nudge Tom needed to come home. The move would be a fresh start. Or so he thought.
Tom's homecoming quickly becomes a nightmare when he discovers the alpha's death wasn't an accident. Tom teams up with old friends to find out who is responsible.
He finds himself playing undercover detective while juggling a toddler and family tensions. Helping his best friend's brother ends up bringing up emotions and a connection that he never thought he'd feel again.
When the truth comes to light and Tom realises just how far the culprit is willing to go in their hunt for power, Tom has to choose between family and his pack's future. Can he find a way to salvage his pack before it's too late?
Killer Instinct is the prequel to the Dublin-based urban fantasy Hybrid Wolf Series, containing shifters, magic, high stakes, a sprinkle of romance and plenty of humour along the way.
Dive into the prequel to find out what happened to the pack and discover this exciting new series today!
The Hybrid Wolf Series: Book 1
All Eve ever wanted was to belong. Living with her best friend while doing well in college, with a nice boyfriend, Eve thinks she's finally made it. But when she wakes up in Dublin City Centre with no recollection of how she got there and some stranger says she's a hybrid werewolf, life as Eve knows it implodes.
She quickly finds herself thrown headfirst into a world where werewolves are real and vampires do bite. But is the monsters that she should be afraid of or those closest to her?
Growing up, I told people I wanted to be a writer, but I was told that wasn’t a real job. So, I spent five years earning two degrees, got a real job as a data analyst, and now I write Urban Fantasy in my free time. The dream is to ditch the job or reduce my hours someday, so that I can do what I should have done all along — write.
Reading has always been a love of mine, I’m a self-confessed bookworm. Some of my earliest childhood memories are of me hiding under the duvet to stay up late reading. When I was young, I was obsessed with the Heartland series by Lauren Brooke — I was horse mad and did horse-riding for years. The end game is to own my own horse, then I’ve really made it! When the Harry Potter books came out, I’d badger my mam into queuing with me for midnight releases The local librarian even dropped one book to the house at midnight, because everyone knew that I couldn’t wait.
I started writing in my mid-late teens, completing National Novel Writing Month when I was seventeen. That 50,000 word novel died with my old laptop and the hard-drive wasn't salvageable. It’s probably for the best that book never sees the light of day!
Typical story really, life got in the way for a while. In 2018, I decided to try my hand at writing again and completed NaNoWriMo that year. That draft was also trash, but it helped me rediscover my love of writing, and I haven’t stopped since.
I grew up reading YA, urban, high fantasy, and everything in between. Paranormal romance is my guilty pleasure. Reading was always an escape, writing is the same. I've always gravitated towards stories about werewolves and there's barely any fantasy set in Dublin, so I'm going to change that. I love creating my own little worlds and losing myself in them as a write, I hope you enjoy reading them!
I'm living in Ireland, the place where leprechaun’s don’t actually exist. I get most of my writing done on my daily work commute, a 3.5 hour round trip on the train to Dublin City. Right now, I live in Kildare (not too far from Dublin) with two cats and a dog that thinks he’s a princess. The plan is to move a bit closer to the city in the next year. When I’m not writing, you’ll find me in the gym, watching rugby, or dancing around the house singing my little heart out.
Ciara writes with a fresh feeling, vivid familiarity. In every setting and scene, I felt like I'd been there before, that I knew her characters as people already, but I still wanted to learn more and stay longer.
Wolf Bait is the best urban fantasy fiction I've read since L J Smith's Night World. Her characters are vivid and the story addictive - once I finished it, I found myself still lost in the world this fantastic author has created and ravenous for more.