Authors, Awards, BHC Press, Books, Fiction, Young Adult

#CoverReveal for Oath Keeper #YA

I’m thrilled to be able to share the amazing cover for my latest young adult novel, Oath Keeper due out on 27th November 2018 via BHC Press.

Follow Mia’s exciting journey in book two of the Hood Academy Duology.

Book Blurb:

She chose the pack. But does the pack still want her?

Mia Roberts is struggling to fit in with the Ravenshood pack. Although her brother is an alpha, he’s not even convinced she has the werewolf gene. If she’s not a wolf or a hunter, then that is she?

The answers lie inside Hood Academy. But when children in the wolf community start shifting too soon, Mia worries that her hunter father may be responsible.

She wants to help her pack, but she also needs answers. Can she keep her brother from killing her father long enough to find out who she really is?

Loyalty, friendships, and family bonds are tested as Mia steps into her power and discovers her true identity.

Oath Keeper

Want to read it before anyone else? My publisher has arranged for ARC copies to be available via Library Thing. You can request yours HERE.

Book 1, Oath Breaker is a finalist in the RONE Awards for Best YA Book of the Year 2018 by InD’Tale Magazine.

Trade Reviews for Oath Breaker:
Shelley Wilson hits all the right notes with this book…there are twists, action and enough tension to keep the reader engaged. Great read!
~ BetweenTheLinesBookBlog.com
Shelley Wilson’s best book by far…a fast-paced, excellently written young adult novel.
~ BarbTaub.com
Mia captures the reader’s heart from the start with her wit, snark, and strength. As her world becomes crazier, she becomes stronger. And she is paired nicely with her considerate and merry roommate. The mysteries of Hood Academy are gripping and gruesome, balancing beautifully with the sanctity of the woods. Both are perfect settings for the two sides vying for Mia. The end left me wanting more of Mia’s story, to see her grow into herself more as she discovers where she truly belongs. Oath Breaker is gritty, fast-paced, and addictive, and the need for answers drove me alongside Mia until the whole truth was discovered.
~ The San Francisco Book Review

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