Thursday, 23 May 2019

Review: The Change – Book 1 of The Wolves of Faol Hall by CV Leigh.

The Change:

Kincaid pack Alpha, Alistair, has called his family back to their ancestral home in the Scottish Cairngorms. His wife, Megan, is losing control of her ability to shift and it has him rattled. When it comes to light that Nathan Trevell, Megan's ex and the lycanthrope who turned her, has travelled from the States and is in the UK, closing in on his family, Alistair is even more determined to keep everyone safe.

Nathan isn't deterred by the Kincaid pack. He's in the UK for a very specific reason, a reason that threatens to turn the lives of the Kincaids upside down - and possibly endanger them.

Being cooped up together in Faol Hall only serves to highlight the differences between the Kincaids, and fighting soon breaks out. Can they put aside their issues and present a united front, before it's too late?


The Wolves of Faol Hall – Book 1, The Change is an exciting debut from author CV Leigh, published by Tirgearr Books.

First off, though, I must say something about the cover – I absolutely love it! It’s a stunning image but also very relevant and gives a clear insight into the book itself. This cover really sold the book to me, and this reflects why a good cover is so important.

I’m glad to say that the story inside lives up to the promise of the cover. It is probably best summed up as a combination of werewolves and family drama – and there’s plenty of drama – not just through the interactions of this somewhat dysfunctional family (well how could a bunch of werewolves be anything but), but through the build-up surrounding a looming threat that puts their very existence at risk!

The action takes place mainly in the cairngorms with occasional links to Edinburgh and the surrounding area, and I loves this aspect of the story. These are places I know well and I was transported back to those mountains and forests.

There are quite a few characters in this story, but any fears I had that I might get confused quickly dissipated, for the characters are all well drawn and I soon found myself drawn in to their lives and tribulations. This is not just another werewolf story! But to say any more about this might involve spoilers. You’re going to have to read it yourselves to find out why!

So all in all a very enjoyable read, not too dark but with plenty of suspense. I’m looking forward to the sequel and to see what happens next to the Kincaid family. CV Leigh is definitely an author to watch!

About the Author:

Originally from the Nottingham/Lincoln borders, C.V. Leigh now lives in Somerset with her family and pets. She comes from a long line of natural witches, and spent her childhood learning to read tea leaves from her grandmother and Tarot from her mother, so it's no surprise that she has a love for the fantastical and paranormal.

When she's not creating new worlds, C.V. enjoys reading with a hot cup of tea, or exploring the beautiful countryside that Somerset has to offer.

C.V. Leigh's favourite authors include Kelley Armstrong, George R.R. Martin, Douglas Adams, Grant Naylor, Terry Pratchett, and Roald Dahl.

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