When an old enemy of the pack comes for Megan, she refuses to run scared but fighting back carries a grave cost. The price of salvation is for Jared to make her a member of the pack.
Turn his stubborn human into a werewolf. Is it a bargain he’s willing to make?
Can Jared overcome his wolf’s need to always be the protector and trust that Megan is strong enough to fight back, or will his desire to protect her drive her away from their pack?
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About the Author
Griffin, known as Author B.M. Griffin, lives in a small town of
Richlands, North Carolina with her husband and two daughters. Bonnie has
done the business thing, and while she had success it wasn’t her cup of
tea, so she grabbed her favorite coffee and made it her mission to put
her fingertips to work making her writing dream a reality. Home wasn’t
the kindest place when Bonnie was growing up and reading became an
outlet and a sanctuary. It was this sanctuary that led to her desire to
create fantasies with her words, but don’t let that fool you, she’s got a
dark side and it likes to come out to play in her books. Bonnie has an
avid imagination and loves creating new worlds, creatures, species, and
bringing them together through action and most of all, love. She is the
author of the paranormal romance, “Loving Her Scars,” and her newest
paranormal creation, “Aurora”.
by Cherime MacFarlane
Alicia: I can’t get a handle on the man and I’m not ready to tackle his cat, the lynx has claws. His mother encouraged me to work for him. I figure she had an agenda, if its setting Ken up, she doesn’t understand her son. He’s a shapeshifter, but the cat is a solitary hunter. How can I get close when he runs the other way?
Ken: She’s my employee. Bosses don’t get cozy with the help. There are rules I’m supposed to follow. The damn lynx doesn’t care. But I’m not blind, Alicia is a beautiful woman and my control is hanging by a claw.
Alicia smiled to herself as she cleaned the inside of the bird and worked to skin it. That was a lot easier than pulling feathers. The man must think he had her snowed good. There were big cat prints right inside the flap of the dog door in snow that melted rapidly in the warmth of the cabin. Then they vanished.
But round puddles sat on the first through third stair treads. For a long time she suspected the man shifted. She proved it to herself a while ago. This added evidence to what she had discovered. Kenneth Partland shifted all right, into a large lynx.
A smirk lit her face as she pulled the skin off the bird. She bet he felt irritated at not getting to finish his meal in solitude. The resulting thought wiped the smile off her lips. Lynx were the real loners of the northern forest. Solitary hunters except during breeding season, would it be possible to live with the man and still keep his cat happy?
Although born in New Orleans, I am proud to call myself an Alaskan. I have lived here since 1977. I have seen -40 degrees, hauled water, made bear bacon and I live in a cabin. I have used a fishwheel to catch salmon coming up the Copper River. I was my second husband’s chief mechanic’s helper and roadie. I have cut firewood on shares. I worked as a cocktail waitress during pipeline days in a small lodge on the Richardson Highway.
My second husband, a Scot from Glasgow, was the love of my life. When I write Scots dialect, I personally experienced hearing it from my in laws. When my husband got on the phone to Scotland, after 5 seconds I could barely understand a word.
We moved to Wasilla to get warm. It barely drops past -25 degrees here in the winter. I became a paralegal and worked for over 26 years for the same firm.
Alaska is my home. I never thought I would love it so much, I never want to leave. The beauty of Alaska is a draw I cannot resist. I love the people and the history. I have been captured by a place I came to under duress. Life does play some interesting tricks on one. My love and I were not apart more than 24 hours for 20 plus years. I never wanted to be anywhere but with him. He was a man to run the river with and was my biggest fan.
Award winning, bestselling author, Susan Griscom writes paranormal and contemporary romance – steamy and sexy are the way they usually turn out. She’s a huge fan of superheroes and bad boys confronted with extraordinary forces of nature, powers, and abilities beyond the norm mixed with hot, blow-your-socks-off romance.