The Lunam Ceremony by Nicole Loufas
Publication date: May 20th 2016
Genres: New Adult, Urban Fantasy
Born from a curse that allows her kind to shift from human to wolf, Kalysia won the genetic lottery. She is the offspring of an original, born to lead and bound by her duty to produce an heir to continue their bloodline she must leave the only life she has ever known to take part in The Lunam Ceremony. This ancient ritual will solidify her place in the pack and determine who she will love for the rest of her life. There’s just one problem – Kalysia doesn’t believe in love.
That changes when she falls into the hands of Dillan Dukes. The attraction is undeniable. The connection unbreakable. He is everything love at first site is supposed to be, suddenly her future doesn’t look that bad.
Unwilling to give up hope on going to college and having the life her and Dillan fantasize about outside the pack, she reluctantly takes on the role as pack leader. When an unexpected proposal is made that will grant both Dillan and Kalysia their freedom she is willing to put her ego, and her heart aside, to make her dream come true.
One act of selflessness.
For the life she’s always dreamt about.
Only things are not what they seem.
Can Kalysia and Dillan find happily ever after with the consequences of that night haunting them forever?
Will one fateful night destroy Kalysia’s future along with the future of the pack?
Top Ten Reasons Why Being Part Wolf is Awesome.
1.1. You never get sick. No colds or stomach flus.
1.2. Mating season. It comes only once a year, which means no whoops babies.
1.3. Phasing is a great way to stay in shape. Running on all fours burns fat and builds muscle!
1.4. Your pack. They have your back no matter what.
1.5. No need to shave! Wolves don’t grow hair in annoying places.
1.6. Pack Stipend. Every member gets a piece of the pie. Depending on your age, and job, of course. But hey, it’s free money!
1.7. No winter weight! Eat all the chocolates you want and never worry about love handles.
1.8. Everyone works. All members have job assignments, some clean, others cook. That means after a hard day working you go home to a clean cabin and a hot meal. No need to do the dishes! (Unless your job is washing dishes.)
1.9. Your soulmate is yours for life. The bond you form at the Lunam Ceremony cannot be broken. If it’s meant to be, it will be.
1.10. After you phase, your parents can’t boss you around! You are now a member of the pack and answer only to the leaders. (Unless your parents are the leaders of the pack, then you’re screwed.)
About the Author
Nicole was born and raised in California. She claims to be a San Francisco native, however she’s lived in both Northern and Southern California. She credits her creativity to the fact that she attended 12 schools between kindergarten and her senior year in high school. Her nomadic childhood allowed her to reinvent herself often. Some might say she was a liar. While others see the stories she told as a coping mechanism. Twelve schools, in six cities, in twelve years – give her a break. Today she channels her storytelling ability into writing novels. Long story short – kids that lie become writers.
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Thanks for sharing, Brooke! No whoops babies is a big plus – no birth control (with nasty side effects like making me into a crazy person lol)! And the no shaving would be awesome. I told my husband just this weekend how I wish all humans had no body hair lol!!
I really like the cover and I love fantasy books!
I would love to be able to shift from human to wolf.
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Well, this sounds like an interesting escape book for a boring rainy day. But I have to ask since you mentioned washing dishes: What do were wolves eat besides human flesh?
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