Title: Eternal Circle (Sirius Wolves #3)
Author Name & Publisher: Victoria Sue (Dark Hallows Press)
Publication Date & Length: September 23, 2015 – 143 pgs
How can you repair something that should have been unbreakable? Darric, Blaze and Conner had been together for centuries, and their bond, like their love, should have been eternal. Blaze is trying not only to hold his family together, but stop himself falling apart.
The fragile relationship between the werewolves and the humans is at risk once more, and the goddess Sirius seems to have deserted them. Inexplicable changes are taking place to their little Omega, and while Aden’s powers are increasing, Conner seems to be losing his.
The terrorist group, The Winter Circle, is getting bolder and placing everyone in danger. Worse, there is a traitor among them, perhaps someone a lot closer than they want to admit. Just when Blaze thought the worst that could have happened is behind them, the traitor is revealed, and Blaze realizes that their circle is not only broken, but in danger of being irreparably torn apart.
It was stunning. Even though his vision was black and grey, the world looked sharper, cleaner. Aden felt the soft touch of Darric’s wolf in his mind, and felt the love swirl around him. The other, bigger, black Alpha- marked wolf stood beside him, Blaze’s massive head swinging cautiously to one side, scenting for possible danger. Always on the lookout, always in full-on protective mode. Aden whined and lowered himself down. Blaze was making him rest. Memories clawed at him, hurt, and he tried to push them away. This. This was when Aden felt truly, irrevocably free. As a wolf he wasn’t small and scarred. Pathetic, abused, and beaten.
He felt a nudge against his side. Blaze’s wolf came and stood close, gently brushed his snout along the grey fur on Aden’s round belly protectively. No, that wasn’t fair. He was none of those things now, even as a human. Aden tucked his paws under him and panted. He knew Blaze was urging him to go home. They had agreed on the advice of the doctor that this was the last time he would shift before the baby was born. He’d known it was a risk, and not something the she-wolves did at all, but this was when he felt the most connection to his lover.
This was the one time Darric had never died. The time before that beautiful body had been laid finally to rest and gone to Sirius. He knew Darric would be with Sirius until it was finally time for Aden to join him, and it wasn’t as if he was in a rush to die, but these moments as a wolf were all he had left of his silver-haired, beautiful mate, and he wanted to hold on for just a few seconds longer.
Sometimes Aden wanted to disappear in his wolf and never come back.
This is another one of those times were I read this book and should have read the others first.. I was not too confused with this one though I would not recommend reading this one as a stand alone.
Now I am not used to reading about male pregnancies so this was interesting to me and I really did like it from a males point of view.
Aden is pregnant with their second child while bad things are happening around the three of them. I think in the book before they lost their fourth mate Darric and they were all trying to cope with the loss of him too.
Conner was also losing his empath powers and trying to figure out why. Blaze was the supreme alpha who was trying to take care of his mates while running his pack.
A lot happens in this book and I really loved the ending but I do not want to give away any spoilers so I will leave it at that.
All together I really loved this book!
I would recommend this book but read the other two first!
- Can you describe in detail what your writing environment is like? Wherever my laptop is! I have an office, but I’m afraid it’s covered in junk. I use a storyboard. (I’m not very technically minded) which is in fact a huge white board covered in sticky notes. The floor is pretty cluttered at the moment as well because I have boxes of swag arriving to take with me to GRL that I haven’t actually worked out how to get there.
- Is there one of your characters that you relate to (from any of your works)? Why? Not exactly – but I have a favorite character I admire because of his personality, and I think it would have to be Adam from Pure Indulgence. He has just decided to do his own thing, and I love that he is so secure in himself, he can let himself just be. He doesn’t try to be anyone else, and I admire that.
- If you couldn’t be an author, what would you do instead? A superhero, and be thin (because that would be basically be the same thing) I’d go save the world and eat lots of celery – not necessarily in that order.
- Is there anything that you learned during the writing process that you wish you had known before hand? I just wish I had the courage to do this twenty years ago. Oh, and also, learn to type. Because that would be way faster
- Is there anything that you wish you could change about your book now that it is out? No. Everything that has finally happened was exactly what I wanted to when I started book one.
- How do you come up with new ideas for your story? I have no idea. I just do. I wish I could give you a really entertaining answer, but no, I’ve got nothing.
- What’s next for you as a writer? I’m in the middle of two series, plus a co-authored one with Shannon West. I’m planning on submitting an mm regency historical next week, and I’m self-publishing a paranormal in November.
- Where do you live? Do you think this influences how or what you write? I live in Florida and come from England. Yes there’s influences. My editor has to de-English my manuscripts that are set in the states. Facebook is really good for this. I’ll ask if Americans would say such and such a phrase and all my friends chip in and argue. So it stays in the manuscript, or gets tossed.
- What is your favorite genre outside of the one you write in? Why? English regency historical, and because I will never get the image of Colin Firth as Mr. Darcy climbing out of the lake. It was the regency equivalent of porn. (google it for anyone under 40yrs old)
- Do you have any vices? Shoes, coffee, shopping…etc? I’m going to be predictable and say books. If I’m not reading them, I’m writing them.
Thank you so much for taking your time to answer my questions. I wish you much success as a writer!!
Thank you for having me!
Has loved books for as long as she can remember. Books were always what pocket money went on and what usually Father Christmas brought. When she ran out of her kids’ adventure stories, she would go raid her mom’s. By the age of eight she was devouring classics like Little Women, and fell in love with love stories.
She’s still in love with them. Any size, any shape, any creature – love is love, no matter what it says on the box.
In fact if they don’t fit very neatly into any box she loves them even more!
She has a very patient husband and three wonderful children. In 2010 in search of adventure they all moved from the UK to the US and are happily settled in Florida. Finally, after reading love stories for so long, she decided to write her own.