She's not afraid of the Big Bad Wolf...until she's running for her life.

Wren Lewis shouldn't be alive. Magic is illegal, making her mere existence a crime, and if the government ever discovers the truth about her powers, she'll be killed on the spot. But when she uses her magic to kill a wolf that's attacking her mom, her abilities are exposed and the animal’s evil spirit possesses her.

Unable to control the beast inside her, she flees the city in search of a cure for her curse.

Liam Stevens has one job: to keep the wolf contained. When it escapes and Wren shows up in the Oregon forest, possessed by its spirit, he makes it his mission to save her.

After all, he’s the reason she’s cursed.

Liam must help Wren master her magic before the wolf spirit overpowers her, consuming her human soul and turning her into a murderous monster permanently.

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What Readers are Saying:

"I was on the edge of my seat the entire time because this certainly wasn't predictable, in any way. Just when it seemed I thought I knew what would happen next, a twist was thrown in." ~Up 'Til Dawn Book Blog

"An interesting book combining YA Dystopian and Paranormal Romance tropes, “Soul Catchers” is the first book in its series and begins and ends with a bang. Liam and Wren are a dynamic duo, full of faults but with strengths that balance each other out and fuel a sweet romance. The plot is well written, and the steady pace, even dialogue, and nicely balanced scenes of drama and action play out well." ~InD'tale Magazine

"Interesting read with a totally different twist on any other wolf shifter type books I've read." ~Amazon Customer

"I was hooked from the first chapter and really enjoyed the book especially the developing relationship between Wren and Liam as they sought answers to problems encountered." ~Amazon Customer

"Soul Catchers has a lot of original concepts including how the possession by wolf spirits work, not to mention their origin. There’s some really cool world-building colored by Red Riding Hood and Native American folklore. Best of all, the novel wraps up a lot of major storylines, while leaving enough open that there can be a sequel; definitely not a cliffhanger." ~Amazon Customer