My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Sam Burns writes just the sort of paranormal that I love – it’s quirky and there’s always a hint of something otherworldly about even the “normal” types you find in this kind of book.
In Stag and the Ash, we’re back to Jesse and Sean, and things are moving on apace even after the tragic death of Sean’s mum at the hands of the troll.
When three young werewolves arrive in town after their own traumatic experiences, Jesse takes them in despite the latest warning from the mystery helper that danger in on its way to Rowan Harbor once again.
I have to say, I loved the narrative take on how the danger arose, it was a clever way to use the traditional mythos of werewolves and then twist it.
This whole series has been such a refreshing change from the typical urban fantasy/paranormal.
#ARC kindly received from the author in return for an honest and unbiased review.