Wolf Night


      Wolf Night
After narrowly averting a supernatural war in London, Cassandra Bick just wants life to get back to normal Or as normal as life can be when you run a dating agency for vampires, your best friend is a witch and the oldest, strongest and sexiest vampire in town is taking a very personal interest in your business But when a vicious new supernatural enemy threatens her friends, Cass finds herself once again fighting for the fate of her city and having to face some demons of her own Snarky, sexy and fast paced, Wolf Night will leave you breathless Wolf Night is Book 2 in the Dark Dates series, the Chronicles of Cassandra Bick. New Read Kindle ePUB Wolf Night author Tracey Sinclair – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

Tracey Sinclair is a freelance writer and editor Her first novel and collection of short stories Doll and No Love Is This, respectively were published by independent publisher Kennedy Boyd Other books include the romantic comedy Bridesmaid Blues and the paranormal series Dark Dates The Cassandra Bick Chronicles.Her work has appeared in magazines as diverse as Sky, Printer s Devil, Yours and Woman s Weekly, as well as having been performed on the radio and included in a number of anthologies Her first play, Bystanders, was premiered as part of the New Writing Season at Baron s Court Theatre and has been performed at both the White Bear Theatre and the Tristan Bates both in London With Zoe Cunningham and Peta Lily she co wrote Cunningham s one woman show An Evening with Dark Dates which was performed at the Tristan Bates and in the Brighton Fringe.She also a regular contributor to a number of legal and business magazines, as well as to theatre website Exeunt and the magazine The Stage.

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 256 pages
  • Wolf Night
  • Tracey Sinclair
  • English
  • 24 September 2018

10 thoughts on “ Wolf Night

  1. says:

    4.5 5Well, it definitely left me breathless because I was laughing too hard through most of the book.Wolf Night was wonderful and it satisfied a craving for a popular vampire culture pisstake I remember liking book 1, Dark Dates, but since then Tracey settled into the genre comfortably and her writing got considerably better.The thing is, the plot is good and it s pure urban fantasy, but it s the banter between the characters which really gets you.Laclos for example who is a spitting image of 4.5 5Well, it definitely left me breathless because I was laughing too hard through most of the book.Wolf Night was wonderful and it satisfied a craving for a popular vampire culture pisstake I remember liking book 1, Dark Dates, but since then Tracey settled into the genre comfortably and her writing got considerably better.The thing is, the plot is good and it s pure urban fantasy, but it s the banter between the characters which really gets you.Laclos for example who is a spitting image of Jean Claude from Anita Blake s series and a 2000 year old vampire ruling London doesn t take himself seriously a...

  2. says:

    There are, in general, two things that don t work for me in fiction 1 Love triangles involving vampires 2 Chest thumping, gun toting alpha males I ve grown older and hopefully wiser the alpha male thing just doesn t stir me any, and the vampire love triangles have been done to death.Tracey Sinclair utilizes BOTH in her Cassandra Bick Chronicles, and I forgive her for it, because she s done an awesome job in Wolf Night The first novel, Dark Dates, was spectacular for its dazzling There are, in general, two things that don t work for me in fiction 1 Love triangles involving vampires 2 Chest thumping, gun toting alpha males I ve grown older and hopefully wiser the alpha male thing just doesn t ...

  3. says:

    Get ready to laugh your tush off because Cassandra is back After surviving a near supernatural war, Cassandra s company took a bit of a hit but now she has a new partner, who just doesn t want to be a silent one Then there s Medea who announces she s getting married, only there are those who may not be so happy about it How can things get any worse How about a couple of exes and a not so quite ex wife Cassandra just wants to get back to businesslife has other plans.On the outside chance Get ready to laugh your tush off because Cassandra is back After surviving a near supernatural war, ...

  4. says:

    This is a laugh out loud story with some utterly ridiculous moments in the midst of dangerous and even deadly happenings Cass is kick ass in all small letters, but her sense of the absurd and what is fair, and a streak of loyalty a mile long is endearing and entertaining Rarely will I quote from a book in a review but here is Cassandra in a simple quote There are some women who would quite understandably scream if they woke up to find a man standing at the foot of their bed Honestly This is a laugh out loud story with some utterly ridiculous moments in the midst of dangerous and even deadly happenings Cass is kick ass in all small letters, but her sense of the absurd and what is fair, and a streak of loyalty a mile long is endearing and entertaining Rarely will I quote from a book in a review but here is Cassandra in a simple quote There are some women who would quite understandably scream if they woke up to find a man standing at the foot of their bed Honestly though, these days I could barely even muster surprise I actually have come to enjoy the combination of satire serious happenings that Sinclair has managed to weave into this series While the immortals are super hot, or super not the banter with the characters is worth the read alone In this book, Cass has managed to maintain her business, Dark Dates, an agency that caters to vampires and other supernat...

  5. says:

    Having just had a thoroughly enjoyable re read of Wolf Night, I realised how how many wonderful moments there are in the book which had completely slipped my mind nothing to do with the book, just with my own poor memory Tracey Sinclair can certainly write a wonderful scene, with the ideal balance of action, thrills and humour so much exc...

  6. says:

    Poor Cass is facing eventrouble than last time shapeshifters, weres, vampires and hunters all determined to mash up London Cass is in the centre of it all and faces each event with wit and often a handy candl...

  7. says:

    I m absolutely loving these books love the characters, loving the story and I like the whole concept It s also nice having a book based in London for a change Lived over the for a couple of years and go back fairly regularly Can t wait for the next one.

  8. says:

    I have been dying for the next instalment of the Cassandra Bick Chronicles ever since I finished Dark Dates, and Wolf Night did not disappoint This is another brilliant book from Tracey Sinclair full of wit, humour, violence, sex and great writing.There s a new baddie in town, and once again Cass finds herself caught up trying to save London alongside the delicious Cain and fabulously arrogant Laclos There s some great twists in this book and plenty of dry humour even in the tensest moments, I have been dying for the next instalment of the Cassandra Bick Chronicles ever since I finished Dark Dates, and Wolf Night did not disappoint This is another brilliant book from Tracey Sinclair full of wit, humour, violence, sex and great writing.There s a new baddie in town, and once again Cass finds herself caught up trying to save London alongside the delicious Cain and fabulously arrogant Laclos There s som...

  9. says:

    Having been introduced to Cassandra Bick in Dark Dates, I couldn t wait to meet up with her again in the second of her adventures I found Wolf Night to be an altogether darker story with some truly nasty characters, who from the outset seek to cause as much damage as they can Yet throughout the darkness of the story, there is a wonderful thread of humour, which is a delight to read and adds some necessary contrast.Those who are familiar with Dark Dates will rejoice that their favourite Having been introduced to Cassandra Bick in Dark Dates, I couldn t wait to meet up with her again in the second of her adventures I found Wolf Night to be an altogether darker story with some truly nasty characters, who from the outset seek to cause as much damage as they can Yet throughout the darkness of the story, there is a wonderful thread of humour, which is a delight to read and adds some necessary contrast.Those who are familiar with Dark Dates will rejoice that their favourite characters have returned stronger than ever There is just as...

  10. says:

    It s rare that I like a sequel better than the first book in a series, but it happens as evidenced with Wolf Night I had forgotten how much I loved these characters Snarkiness at it s best I was full out laughing at some parts Cassandra seems to attract trouble But don t feel too bad for her, she also seems to attract sexy as sin immortals too Cain and Laclos..while very different and in oppo...

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