Thursday, November 3, 2016

The Black Werewolves Series Box Set: The Dark Ones, The 24hourlies & Chased (Volume #1) by Gaja J. Kos

The Black Werewolves Series Box Set: The Dark Ones, The 24hourlies & Chased (Volume #1) by Gaja J. Kos




The Dark Ones (Black Werewolves, Book 1)
In a world ruled by lethal Slavic immortals, Rose and her pack of Black werewolves are drawn into the beginning of a war as they try to uncover the being behind the mass murder of White werewolves.
Because the nature of the killings obstructs the normal passage of souls, Veles, the sultry lord of the underworld, offers Rose his assistance; the were is left facing not only the new knowledge of the pack’s hidden lineage but also her growing fondness for the arrogant god…
To win the war, the pack must ascend to The Dark Ones. But to do so, they must be willing to risk being on the receiving end of the immortal community’s wrath.
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The 24hourlies (Black Werewolves, Book 2)
The ascension to The Dark Ones had brought Rose and her pack power. But it had also brought peril.
With the higher immortal circles observing their every move, the only way the pack can prevent from becoming the recipients of their resentment is to keep their presence profitable for the wider community.
When someone begins targeting the twentyfourhourlies, the civil and agreeable vampiric individuals, the werewolves come to their aid.
But what had first seemed like an assignment done to remain in the leaders’ good graces, now becomes a mission for which the pack is willing to risk its safety and anonymity in exchange for the possibility of catching the responsible party.
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Chased (Black Werewolves, Book 2.5)
Katja is more than ready to meet Jürgen’s family. But she feels the need to share the shadows of her past first.
As they travel to Munich, Katja has to fight her fears and open up to the werewolf if she wishes to truly, wholly share her life with someone.
But her visit with the Freundenbergers brings more than just a heart-to-heart as the vampire finds herself in a situation that seems frightfully like an echo of her own nightmares.



The Gamayun remained silent, perched on the opposite table. The weres waited, but seeing she didn’t intend to offer any more information freely, Mark intervened.
“What is this toxin you speak of?”
The Gamayun placed her pitch-black gaze upon him.
“The toxin is something you must discover on your own. It is not that I wish to entice you; it is something you could not comprehend at this point. You rely on information before heading into battle – this is different. Delve into your lineage.”
Rose didn’t feel like delving into anything, especially not a hunt (was it even a hunt?) she had zero intelligence about. She bit back her anger with the bird-like creature who kept staring at them with those abyss-eyes.
“So how are we supposed to know where to begin?” she asked as politely as she could, which was no small effort. She knew how to take orders, but the Gamayun was clearly above even hierarchical patterns that applied to combatants. Her words reflected a time when soldiers would lay down their lives for a cause they knew scarcely anything about.
The Gamayun shifted her wings and leaned forward, releasing something that landed with a thud in the middle of their table. As the glamor dissolved, the object started to take shape. The whole ordeal of seeing the Gamayun in person – or maybe the fortified glamor – had made them oblivious of the corroding smell that was now invading their senses. Eyes focused on the materializing lump in front of them, neither dared to breathe any longer, as if they could erase the stench that had already burned into their nostrils. They could sense without a doubt what it was, but they were unprepared for the final result. Deep growls boomed around the table as a severed head finally revealed itself in its full macabre glory.


Gaja J. Kos is the international bestselling author of the BLACK WEREWOLVES series and the erotic paranormal romance novellas DROWNED. She is also a bilingual poet with 12 published poetry collections.
Gaja resides in Celje, Slovenia, with her husband and two Chinese Crested dogs.


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