Eden is hunter territory. So why are the Werewolves so desperate to reclaim it?
Cheyenne Martin comes from a long line of hunters. When her classmate Noah is attacked, she goes after the Weres responsible. She uncovers a plot to create a new race of Weres from humans. With the Alpha trying to get her to join them and her father trying to stop her from hunting, it is up to Cheyenne to stop them herself before its too late.
My name is Kat Gracey, I live in the UK and I write supernatural novels featuring witches and werewolves, my two favourite supernatural beings.
My website is www.witchesandwerewolves.co.uk
1. Tell us a little about your novel
Werewolves of Eden: Wild Things was my first novel. Cheyenne Martin is the daughter of a werewolf hunter. She has been raised to hate them and wants to be a hunter herself, but her father is against the idea. When her classmate is turned, she tries to find a way to help him.
2. What sets your werewolves apart from the rest of the pack?
My werewolves cannot pass the curse on with a bite, they are born. But an Alpha decides to create a serum to turn humans so he can increase their numbers. Noah fights what is happening to him, but it also gives him the opportunity to be stronger.
3. If you could shapeshift into any animal – what would it be?
A were cat! Probably a panther.
4. Tell us something nobody knows about you
I have a weird taste in music. I like 90's pop, songs from musicals, rock, jazz - basically an eclectic mix. I set up playlists for writing.
5. What’s next for you?
I am working on a novel that features a Skinwalker in it. Hopefully I will be able to release it later this year.
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S. K. Gregory is an author, editor and blogger. She currently resides in Northern Ireland.
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