Black Sheep

Black Sheep Review

What good is a man when he’s lost his soul?

Callie Penrose returns home to find a year has passed, and that everyone believes her long dead.

Roland Haviar, once her mentor and now a Master Vampire, has become a bloodthirsty tyrant, fulfilling his vow to bathe the City of Fountains in blood until he avenges her death. And the Vatican Shepherds, once his brothers, stand in his way.

In his quest for closure, Roland surrounds the city in a magical barrier that blocks all methods of escape—or help—giving him time to seek out an ancient artifact powerful enough to put an end to everyone and everything once and for all…

In honor of Callie Penrose.

But when Callie is mysteriously cursed to appear as a demon, she finds herself hunted by the very people she wants to protect. Her only hope is to forge new alliances—make deals with devils—to stop the man she once loved as a father.

And all the while, the devil laughs in delight, naming Callie friend as he waits with bated breath for the world to end…

Title:Black Sheep
Edition Language:English

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  • Judi Soderberg

    When I first began the book, within the first few chapters, I started wondering if I was going to be able to understand what was going on at all. Shayne has an incredible intellect which shines throug...

  • Penny

    Wow, just wow. Finally, we are given some answers many questions us readers have had for so long. However, in true cruel author style, there are more posed. This latest installment in the Templeverse ...

  • Adrienne McFarlane

    I was lucky enough to receive an advance reader's copy of Black Sheep by Shayne Silvers. Callie returns from her year long absence to find out that her city has become a battleground between supernatu...

  • Christine Tracy

    I read Black Sheep as part of the ARC team. I'm not a newbie to the Templeverse. I devour the books in all three series (Nate Temple, Feathers and Fire and Phantom Queen) as quickly as they are releas...

  • Ellie Russell

    Callie is back in Kansas but the city isn't exactly the place she remembers. In her absence, all hell has broken loose and to make matters worse, Callie has been left looking like a demon. Which makes...

  • Lorraine Robson

    Ever since I opened Obsidian Son just over a year ago, I have been a slave to Shayne Silvers and his Templeverse. And I can't say I have ever been happier. Black Sheep begins with Callie still in King...

  • Stacey Gow

    What happens when a demon,a turtle and a murderer walk into a church? Give up? Well then you'll just have to read the newest book in the Feathers and Fire series by Shayne Silvers. Callie returns to ...

  • Jeff Tidwell

    Black sheep is another great addition to the Templeverse. Callie is back from her journey, and St Louis is in chaos. She sees that her former mentor and father figure has turned into a blood thirsty m...

  • Robert Martin

    okay just to get this out of the way if you are a new reader Obsidion Son (book one) is over that way start there so you won't be lost.Current Readers: Answers are within and as normal the answers are...

  • Rick

    Wow! Callie really grows as a person and as a power in this book. It's been wonderful to be part of her journey through the Templeverse. She's gone a long way from the slightly uncertain girl barely g...