Wednesday 3 February 2016

Who's Afraid? - Maria Lewis

I've always had a massive love of all things supernatural, so I was delighted to be given the chance to read Who's Afraid? A book written about werewolves - with Kiwi ties! Nearly all werewolf books are written and situated around America and the UK. How refreshing it was to have some kick-ass werewolves from my own country!

Tommi is a 22 year old native New Zealander, raised in Scotland by her mother. After her mothers death, Tommi makes the trip to NZ to find out more about her elusive father, Jonah Ihis. Upon arrival in Rotorua, she founds out that not everything she was told was the truth. Tommi discovers that she has a supernatural gift, inherited from her father. Refusing to join her blood pack (she's convinced they're a bunch of weirdos, especially her half brother, Simon), she flees the country and returns to Scotland.

Who's Afraid? - Maria Lewis

After her first transformation and with the guidance of a strapping young man named Lorcan, she learns to control her abilities and things start to settle down, until Simon hunts her down.

With a lot of books, it usually takes me a few chapters to connect and get drawn in - But right from page 1, it had me. Maria is a fantastic writer with the skills to hold you captive, right until the last page. I don't know if there is going to be a sequel, but I sure hope there is!

I give Who's Afraid? a 5 out of 5 stars. Can I do stars? Of course I can.

Have you read any good books lately? Let me know in the comments below so I can check them out!

NOTE: I'd highly recommend Who's Afraid? to any supernatural loving adult. I say adult because there is some sneaky steamy moments and rape themes.

Camille x




  1. Cool. I'll have to check that book out

  2. I'll definitely have to check that book out! Sounds like a great read and you described it very well.

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