Werewolf Wednesday

Hungry is the Night Character Profile: Grace Holtz

Happy Werewolf Wednesday, everyone! Hungry is the Night hits shelves in less than a week, and with that in mind, I’d like to introduce you this week to one of the book’s two protagonists: the fiercely independent Grace Holtz.

I watched as Grace bit down into a slice of rare steak with ravenous abandon, strands of filthy brown hair falling into her diamond-shaped face. She rolled her shoulders back as she chewed, her eyes flickering shut.

Hungry is the night by Robin jeffrey

Name: Grace Holtz

Eye Color: Brown

Hair Color: Reddish brown

Height: 5’7”

Age: Appears to be in her late 20s, but is actually around 130 years old.   

Personal Style: Grace spent a large part of her life being dressed to impress and she hated every minute of it. Now she tends to wear whatever she wants whenever she wants, which leads to a lot of mismatched, but not flattering outfits, often leaning towards the casual rather than the formal. 

Werewolf or Human: Werewolf.

If Werewolf – Bitten or Born?: Born

If Werewolf – Den Affiliation?: The Nameless – the Seattle den. 

Notable Traits: The only living relative of Mama, the leader of the Nameless, Grace is set to succeed her grandmother as head of the den. It’s what she’s been prepared to do since her birth and is absolutely the last thing she ever wants to do. Due to her slightly sheltered upbringing, she sometimes doesn’t fully appreciate the risks she takes. 

People Often Say they are: Strong. Independent. Reckless. Curious.

If you’re interested in learning more about Grace, I’ve got great news: Hungry is the Night is now available for preorder on all major ebook platforms! Visit the link here to order your copy in advance and, if you send a copy of your receipt to rsjromance@gmail.com, I will send you back an exclusive excerpt of the book! Three full chapters of wolfy goodness for you to enjoy! 

Don’t wait! Preorder today!!

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Robin Jeffrey was born in Cheyenne, Wyoming to a psychologist and a librarian, giving her a love of literature and a consuming interest in the inner workings of people’s minds.

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