Sunday, 10 May 2015

Weekend Writing Warriors / #8sunday / 05/10/15

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This week, I'm once again posting an excerpt from my paranormal menage romance, London's Mates. This scene continues off from last week's snippet.

He growled, baring his teeth suddenly, and the tense lines on his face made Charity draw back, but she had no place to retreat to. Seeing his slightly sharpening canines made her remember she wasn’t just dealing with any dangerous werewolf, but an alpha and everyone knew an alpha’s temper was volatile.

“You don’t know me well enough to judge me, kitten. Apologize,” London said, his control returning. His canines slid back and his eyes were back to human-gray again.

“No.” Charity stared him down, even when he snarled. “I swore never to apologize or cower to any fucking shifter again just because he thinks he owns the world.”

London's Mates Blurb: 
Mob bosses fight dirty, especially when they’re up against another rival crime family. When the daughter of his enemy becomes his prisoner, London Scavos should have used Charity Vivaldi as a bargaining chip. But fate has a twisted sense of humor, and their roles as captor and captive start to blur when Charity turns out to be his mate. Then there’s the other complication. Every wolf in his pack knows he doesn’t do commitments, but Ferus Miller, one of his enforcers, wants to prove London wrong. Ferus has always wanted London, but instead of hating Charity, Ferus begins to desire her as well.

London doesn’t take risks. He has more to lose than most, but screw the consequences. He plans to take the greatest gamble of all. London sees a future with his two unlikely mates, but can he turn that vision into a reality?

Available: May 11th 2015 from Siren Publishing!