Sunday, 5 April 2015

Weekend Writing Warriors / #8sunday / 04/05/15






This week, I'm posting a snippet from my latest menage release, Vagrant Wolf. In this scene, Jen finally decides to take the step forward and stop thinking about the man who abandoned her and her son.

Excerpt: 

The warm bodies of the two men, the tentative but clearly possessive way they carefully touched her, made her wonder just what the hell took her so long to realize she’d been wrong all this time.

Did she still love Diego? Lingering feelings maybe, but she was certain love was no longer on the table and it hadn’t been there for the longest time. Months of waiting, of blaming and repeatedly questioning herself withered anything she once had for Diego.

Just looking at Graham’s face told her that. Nevermind abandoning her, but how could Diego turn his back on their son, his own flesh and blood? Just what had been so important that he could easily toss them aside?

“Stop thinking too much, sweetheart,” Nix murmured to her right.

Vagrant Wolf Blurb: 
Nix Summers is solitary nomad, a werewolf with no pack, and a biker with no purpose. Haunted by the death of his wife and kid, Nix has been unable to move on. When he picks up an old trail, Nix rides to Leopold City in the hopes of sating his vengeance. What he didn’t count on was falling for Jennifer Rhodes, a young pregnant leopard shifter, and Eli Crane, her handsome protector.

Nix knows both Eli and Jen are bad news, but Nix’s protective animal instincts prevent him from just walking away. The wereleopards aren’t just capable of stirring emotions Nix thought were long dead, Nix’s wolf recognizes Jen and Eli’s cats as its rightful mates. But fate didn’t just set the three of them on the same path for no reason. Can Nix put aside his quest for vengeance for a chance at love, or is the only road he’s bound for his own grave?

Buy Links: Siren Publishing


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