Sunday, 8 March 2015

Weekend Writing Warriors #8sunday (March 3)

This is my first time joining the Weekend Writing Warriors bloghop. This week I'm posting a snippet from latest menage release, The Spymaster's Crow. In this snippet, Max and Dom meets Aubrey for the first time. 

“Dom, you can’t take this creature with us. A girl’s different from a stray pet you want to adopt,” Max said in a reproachful tone, but Dom didn’t seem interested in listening to reason. “If you want a pet I can get you a puppy or a kitten.”

The chains shifted and Max was suddenly taken back by the piercing black eyes staring back at him from the girl’s face. The last thing he expected was the hint of strength and defiance there. Suddenly, he couldn’t tear his gaze away. Haunted pain flickered in her eyes and clearly some parts of her were broken, but not all.

How was this girl able to survive when the rest of her companions were either beyond saving or dead?

Blurb: Three crime families of shifters have always ruled Stocoma City in an uneasy alliance. When the peace accords between them are broken, House Scavos stands on shaky political ground. The last thing mob boss Maxwell Scavos needs is his mate crossing certain boundaries.

When it came to Aubrey Ansel, Max and his mate, Dominic Marks, had agreed to draw certain lines. Werewolf alphas, especially one of the three ruling alphas of House Scavos, don’t take a lesser third like a crow shifter no matter how much he and his mate desire her. Max has always seen and treated Aubrey like a useful tool, but lines begin to blur when a deity saunters into the city and announces he intends to claim his little crow.

Can Max afford to wage a war with a god when he already has his family’s war to fight?

Buy Link: Siren Publishing

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