Friday, 9 January 2015

Pre-order Available: Butcher's Boy (Stocoma City 1)

I'm pleased to announce Butcher's Boy, the first book in my new series, Stocoma City, is now available for pre-order. 

Blurb: Three crime families of shifters rule Stocoma City in an uneasy alliance. Connor Scavos, The Butcher, is one of the three werewolf alphas in charge of House Scavos. He’s always taken care of the family business, but family business has to take a back seat when Connor finds Jace Reeves, his fated mate, in an illegal flesh auction. But when politics come into play, obtaining Jace is much harder than he thought. Will Connor break the peace with another rival crime family in order to claim his mate?

After being saved from a perilous fate, Jace is appalled he’s now indebted to the vicious crime boss and werewolf known as the Butcher, but he can’t afford to be picky. Stuck in city where anyone can be bought and traded, Jace has no choice but to trust his unlikely savior in order to survive.



AVAILABLE: Wednesday, January 21st

This title is offered at a 10% discount. Offer ends midnight CST, January 28th

Teaser
Jace ceased working at the knots around his ankle. The dark-haired man who entered the room was tall, muscled and broad-shouldered. He wore a perfectly tailored suit, but still managed to look uncomfortable in it.

“Who the hell are you?”

“Connor Scavos.”
The Butcher. No kidding. Now Jace was this close, he could associate the man with the violent werewolf at the auction.
Every inch of Connor radiated and screamed “predator.” It was evident in the way he moved and stalked towards the bed. It was there in the way his hungry smoldering blue eyes were narrowed, and the way his lips twitched. He looked at Jace intently, like he was something good to eat.
“Let me go, Mr. Scavos,” Jace demanded.
“Why would I do such a thing, Jace? And please, call me Connor.”
With each stride Connor covered, Jace’s heart thumped painfully against his chest. He was equal parts fearful and excited, and he wasn’t sure why. With the way Connor was looking at him, he should be running for the hills, not thinking about Connor’s lips and body.