Wednesday, 25 February 2015

Pre-order Available: The Spymaster's Crow (Stocoma City 2)

The Spymaster's Crow is now available for pre-order on BookStrand.

Buy link/ Story and Adult Excerpts:
AVAILABLE: Thursday, March 5th
This title is offered at a 10% discount. Offer ends midnight CST, March 12th

Stocoma City returns again this March and stars House Scavos's second drool-worthy werewolf alpha, Max Scavos, his handsome and honorable mate, Dominic Marks, and their fiery-tempered third, Aubrey.

Short Teaser

“What the hell is your problem?”

To annoy him even further, Aubrey shifted on his desk. She wasn’t sure why lesser werewolves always looked in pain when they shifted. To her, trading one form for the next had always been easy. Max cursed, moving files and papers aside so she wouldn’t get them wet.

“You’re practically begging for punishment, aren’t you, little crow?”

Aubrey’s pulse sped up when Max’s large hand closed over one of her wrists.

Aubrey lifted her chin and met his feral gaze. Max’s control of his wolf was considered the best in the house, but she wasn’t sure why it always seemed to surface when she provoked him.

“Then punish your pet, Master.”

She heard Dom let out a breath, and could feel him moving toward them.

“Don’t tempt me, Aubrey. I can still spread you across my lap and give you a spanking.”

“When have you ever given me spanking?”

Aubrey knew she was playing with fire, but she’d decided to continue playing with it until the two men finally admitted their desire. She wasn’t blind or stupid. If Aubrey knew Dom and Max really felt nothing for her, then she’d back off in a second. Even if it hurt, she’d let them go, but it wasn’t the case.

“Perhaps it’s about time I did,” Max said. His voice held a seductive but dangerous edge.

“Max, careful,” Dom warned, but Max ignored him.

“Go ahead. I think I’m going to enjoy it. I’m getting wet just thinking about it.”

Max’s irises began to expand and grow heavy with need at her words. Aubrey could hear her rising pulse and wondered if it was too late to back off now. Perhaps baiting and pushing Max wasn’t one of the wisest things in the world to do.