Melissa F. Olson – Bloodsick

“You can read this story without having read anything else by Olson, and I highly recommend it.” (Charles de Lint, author of The Newford series and Moonheart, in the Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction)

All her life, Sashis mother warned her not to get involved with werewolf problems. But Sashi, a witch who uses magic to heal sick and injured bodies, has never made a habit of ignoring trauma. When she meets an abused shapeshifter that no one else seems willing to help, Sashi will risk everything – including a budding romance with a human, Will – to save a woman who cant save herself.

Author: Melissa F. Olson
Narrator: Amy McFadden
Duration: 4 hours 50 minutes
Released: 20 Jul 2001
Publisher: Brilliance Audio
Language: English

User Review:

bore conscientious

I don’t often listen to the girl, sci-fi books. This caught my eye when I read a review somewhere that said, “So glad I found this!” It’s a very solid start to what could be a great series. I see it was just released in Audible and am kind of disappointed that the other books in the series are not yet recorded. I love the way the author writes fleshes out the characters. Very nuanced. Looking forward to future episodes in the series.