Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars
Anubis has been called before the council of the gods. Orion, current leader of the gods, and four senior gods are to pronounce punishment on Anubis for interfering with humans and werewolves. His punishment will be permanent banishment. The gods are surprised when Anubis readily agrees to his punishment—until he said that if he is to be banished, so should Sirius, Orion’s wife. He points out that Sirius gave the human Marcus a wolf when he was injured, even though the werewolf voluntarily gave up his wolf. He proposes a wager. Sirius appoints a champion who must win the heart of the werewolf with the hardest heart. If the champion succeeds, the Anubis will leave the earth alone. If he fails, the Anubis will cause the destruction of all werewolves, hybrids included, and the champion must serve as his mate for all eternity in hell. And the champion must accomplish his mission in two weeks. The gods accept the challenge.
Sirius knows just who her champion will be. Her son Horus, the only child born of two gods, will go to earth as a human named Adam, named after the mythical first man. Adam arrives just in time for selection of human gammas that will help guard the Jefferson pack lands. When he arrives, he meets Jed, pack beta and leader of security. Adam passes the physical tests easily due to his godly powers. When another recruit tricks Adam and causes his removal from the program, he wonders if he failed in his mission on his first day. When Jed finds Adam after learning the truth, Adam has come down with a bad cold after walking in the rain most of the day. Jed nurses him back to health but a week has passed. Can Adam win over Jed before time runs out on both him and the werewolves?
This seventh book in the Sirius Wolves series is another winner. This time the gods are more directly involved in matters as the premise of Anubis’ bet drives the action. I liked how Adam tries to make himself as human as possible but knows little to nothing about what it means to be human in terms of day to day living. He does not feed himself the first day and his dietary habits cause some shock among the werewolves. The Colby pack is back and again causing problems for Blaze and the group. And if you think Anubis will fight fair, you can think again. If the series has indeed come full circle like the title suggest, this would be a good book to end it on.
The cover’s theme is the same as the previous books in this series. A young shirtless man stands in front of a starry night sky. I believe that is Jed that is supposed to be portrayed here. Again, the cover art was done by E Connors.
EBook, 154 pages
Edition Language: English
Published: October 17, 2016 by Dark Hollows Press
Series: Sirius Wolves
- Orion’s Circle (Sirius Wolves #1)
- Broken Circle (Sirius Wolves #2)
- Eternal Circle (Sirius Wolves #3)
- The Promise (Sirius Wolves #4)
- The Dilemma (Sirius Wolves #5)
- The Beginning (Sirius Wolves #6)
- Full Circle (Sirius Wolves #7)