• The Girl Who Cried War (Of Fates and Fables Book 3) by Heather Hildenbrand and Bam Shepherd
The Girl Who Cried War Book Cover The Girl Who Cried War
Of Fates and Fables Book 3
Heather Hildenbrand and Bam Shepherd
YA, Werewolf Shifter Romance
Amazon.com Services LLC
March 3, 2020

Romy’s no stranger to a good old fashioned Instawar, but fighting behind her phone’s screen is a far cry from the real thing.

Sure, Romy may have accidentally on purpose inserted herself in the middle of a werewolf war. And yeah, she’s kinda being hunted by an insane werebro with an axe to grind, but Romy isn’t going to let that stop her from living her best life.

But first she’s going to have to fight for it.

With graduation looming, Romy will be put to the test both in and out of the classroom, but as the final strands of this tangled web comes together, the biggest thing Romy will have to learn is to share the weight of war with the people she considers family.

As the end draws near, they’ll all be forced to decide just how far they’re willing to go to get their happily ever after.

The Queen’s of Snark and Sarcasm…

Heather Hildenbrand and Bam Shepherd have quickly released book 3, The Girl Who Cried War, in their Of Fates and Fables series.  Romy Cartelli is totally into this werewolf thing especially since it comes with a main course of Kash Montgomery, a constant supply of Anna’s signature deserts, and backup consisting of Talia’s lethal skills.   But the happily-ever-after won’t happen until Anna’s ex-frat-boyfriend, revealed to be the insane werebro who has been kidnapping guys and girls for his magically controlled rebel pack, is destroyed once and for all.  With the pack behind them, Romy’s social media savvy and Tatia’s ninja assassin skills might be the difference between winning and losing the all-out war for control.  

Heather and Bam, in their first writing collaboration, have produced a snarky, nonstop party found on the pages of a book.  This mature (because of some sizzling scenes) YA shifter romance is its own story yet seems to spoof some famous paranormal romances.  Their one-liners, like when Romy declares “I’m Bella Swanning the hell out of this werewolf thing”,  will keep you chuckling even when the intense action gets your heart pumping.  I can’t help but think these two authors might have had just a little too much fun writing this story together and that they decided to use Romy and Talia as fronts for their own personalities.  Heather and Bam are definitely living in the front row of life!

The Girl Who Cried War, along with the other books in the series, are a fun and fantastical ride through a shifter romance and as a bonus it is free on