Title: Orion’s Circle (Sirius Wolves #1)
Author Name & Publisher: Victoria Sue (Dark Hallows Press)
Publication Date & Length: June 29, 2015 – 156 pgs
According to legend, when humankind is at its most desperate, the goddess Sirius will send three of the most powerful werewolf shifters ever created to save mankind. However, because they are so powerful, they will need a fourth to complete them, to calm them and help them reach their full potential.
Aden, a young were, has been his pack’s omega ever since, at the age of fifteen, he didn’t shift like everyone else. Caught, reviled, and tortured because of his empathic abilities, he knew on the night he was told to run as sport for the pack hunters that it would end in his death. What he didn’t know, however, was that on the same night he’d also meet the love of his life and a pathway to answers, because Aden is far more than just a pack omega.
What begins as a hunt soon becomes a new adventure as Aden discovers that he has not only one, but three destined mates, and his role as lover is far more than trivial. The fate of all humankind rests upon it.
If you have read a Victoria Sue story before, you know that she likes to fill her pages with meaningful words. You can tell this author puts a lot of thought in to her writing. Your attention is completely captivated by her story. My heart was pounding from the first word! The author pulled me in quick and tight!! You go from feeling helpless, to feeling hope, within pages!!!! I really do love her way with her words. She gives us four very different and perfect-for-each-other, Hero’s.
1) Do you pay attention to literary criticism? If so, how do you handle it?
I got a fab review on my first book. It wasn’t a five star lol, that wasn’t why it was so good. It was a 3.5, but the reviewer told me in great detail why it wasn’t a five star. That amazed me. That she cared enough to let me know as a newbie writer what I needed to do to improve things. That’s always stuck with me, and was worth far more than all the five star ones I’ve got since.
2) How do you come up with your titles?
Honestly? I write the title before I write the book. It’s probably completely the wrong way around. And I have no idea how I think of them.
3) What new authors have grasped your interest?
That’s hard because I’ve only been writing less than two years, so all the authors I like are more experienced than I am. I like Charlie Cochet, AE Via, Shannon West.
4) What is the hardest part about writing?
You mean apart from coming up with witty answers to blogger’s questions?
5) Name your four most important food groups.
Chocolate, Wine, Coffee. (I can’t think of a fourth)
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.
In 2013 after reading love stories for so long she decided to write her own.