Saturday, April 4
Cover Reveal - Alphas on the Prowl (Releases April 28th)
Alphas on the Prowl is page after page of passion and pleasure in this box set featuring eleven tantalizing shapeshifter tales from NY Times and USA Today bestselling authors!
I'm excited to be sharing the cover for Alphas on the Prowl. It's part of a joint effort that authors of The Wolf Pack are doing. The first one, Alphas Gone Wild, is already out if you haven't checked it out yet.
Tasha Black, Amy Lee Burgess, Lashell Collins, Bethany Shaw, Gina Kincade, Phoenix Johnson, Annie Nicholas, Jami Brumfield, Sarah Makela, Anna Lowe, and Catherine Vale are in this boxed set. It'll feature new shifter romances!
My story, Captive Moonlight, is going to be in this. There's a short excerpt below. Click the author names above to visit the other authors participating in this set!
Excerpt from Captive Moonlight
Joe frowned at the sudden change of expression on Charlotte’s beautiful face. What had caused… The rapid sound of boots hitting dirt next to him penetrated his thoughts. He’d been so focused on his lover. Damn it.
Twisting around, he faced the men, wondering what they wanted. More importantly, he wished he knew if they’d seen him come from Charlotte’s window. He didn’t want her to be looked down upon by anyone because of what they’d shared that night. Her father would never let Joe near his daughter again if he knew.
The men closed in on him, standing much closer than Joe felt comfortable with. He watched them in turn, keeping an eye on each of them. His wolf instincts were going out of control.
He’d never met these men before, and he didn’t want to hurt anyone, especially when he knew Charlotte was watching. He didn’t want to turn people away from him even further. Not when he had so much to lose. “What do you all want?”
One of the men, a guy with graying hair who looked to be their leader, stepped up. “We have a job opportunity for you.”
“I’m sorry, sir, but I already have work. Thanks for the offer.” Joe stepped aside to move around them, but the whistling of metal sounded near his head. He turned and grabbed the barrel of the pistol. The thin man whose gun he had grabbed had wide, surprised blue eyes.
Pain filled Joe’s head, and his legs went out from under him. He cursed himself for getting distracted.
The older man stared down at him as Joe’s world darkened. “That wasn’t the answer I was looking for.” The man faded until Joe barely heard, “Load ’em up, boys.”