Darkness Bred

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Grand Central Publishing, May 28, 2013 - Fiction - 384 pages
28 Reviews

Ever since shapeshifter Elin escaped to Whidbey Island, danger has stalked her every move. Her human traits, combined with her unique supernatural gifts, make her a prized being to be possessed . . . or destroyed. It is only the passionate attraction she shares with werehound Sean Black that gives her hope for her future-if she can elude the lethal predators who are hot on her scent.


Sean knows that Elin, with her delicate beauty and seductive powers, is his one perfect mate. The woman who can restore his humanity and make him stronger than ever. He'll need that strength and more to protect her from those who wish to destroy him and everything he desires. For Sean carries a secret that binds him to an enemy from the past and to a darker, deadlier force-a malignant evil that is hunting the women of Whidbey Island . . .

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Great characterization and a fast paced plot. - Goodreads
Great writer, boring book. - Goodreads
At page 100, I still do not know what the plot is. - Goodreads

Review: Darkness Bred (Chimney Rock #2)

User Review  - Deborah Vespo - Goodreads

Ugh.. thought I would give this one a chance because after all it's Stella Cameron. But once again, I'm finding that this whole paranormal genre is just not cutting it for me anymore. A major problem ... Read full review

Review: Darkness Bred (Chimney Rock #2)

User Review  - Christy - Goodreads

First off I would like to say Thanks you Goodreads. I won this book frm the giveaway. I just LOVE Stella Cameron. This book is part of a series. I didn't read the first, but however I will go back and ... Read full review

About the author (2013)

Stella Cameron is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling, prize-winning author of more than sixty novels. She is the recipient of the Pacific Northwest Award for Literary Achievement. English by birth but a longtime Seattleite, Stella happily trips over the many authors who crawl out from every rock she turns over in the area and wouldn't live anywhere else.

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