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Title: The Woven by Deborah LeBlanc Series: The Keepers Trilogy #3 Release: November 16, 2010 Publisher: Harlequin (Nocturne) Genre: Paranormal Romance
New Orleans is the home of many supernatural beings and in order to keep the peace, there are keepers. One for each species, it’s an elite group of warriors charged to keep the peace between human and the three largest supernatural species, vampires, shape-shifters and the werewolves.
Shauna MacDonald is the youngest of the three sisters and the keeper of the werewolves. Together with her sisters she runs the local magic shop, but when a serial killer is targeting werewolves Shauna is determined to catch the killer. So she teams up with Alpha Pack Leader Danyon Stone, who is also investigating some of the killing because members of his pack are turning up dead.
The strange thing is that the victims are always in their wolf form, missing their fangs and claws. They soon discover that it has something to do with turning those missing body part into a fine powder. This powder is like a drug and will gain physical power similar to a werewolf.
Shauna and Danyon have to work together with the other Keepers and their partners to catch this killer before it is too late.
The Wolven by Deborah LeBlanc is the last novel in The Keepers Trilogy and definitely a fabulous way to end the series.
Shauna has inherited the Keepers job when her parents died in the last species war, so she became the keeper of the werewolves. Danyon and Shauna have met before on meetings, but never really got together. You can feel the attraction between them, but Danyon doesn’t want to give in because Shauna is human. But that doesn’t stop the killer when he sets his eyes on Shauna. Danyon then realize that she is indeed his mate and he will do everything in his power to protect what is his.
I have to say that the three authors Heather Graham, Alexandra Sokoloff and Deborah LeBlanc did an excellent job writing this trilogy. They have created some fabulous characters and a fabulous setting in New Orleans. Too bad the series is done; I would have loved to read some more in this series.