I recently shared news on a new project I’m participating, but in case you missed it:
BAD ALPHA DADS is coming January 2018!!
28 bestselling and award-winning authors will be writing standalone romances all about these Bad Alpha Dads and we can’t wait for you read them. I can’t wait to introduce you to my new shifter pack
Check us out: www.BadAlphaDads.com for all details on participating authors, release schedule and other fun activities.
But until then, I’ll be regularly sharing snippets from my book and other authors writing Bad Alpha Dads. And today I have two amazing snippets for you to devour.
Enjoy these two delicious snippets.
The wolf shivered, a giant wave rippling across his back. It happened so fast, the sight so strange I couldn’t keep up with it. He stretched his limps, the great size of him growing even larger. Then his silvery gray fur rolled away, leaving behind a man. One who was ruggedly handsome and completely naked. I held back a gasp that desperately wanted to escape. He was too far away to tell, but I could have sworn he looked familiar.
My eyes narrowed at the man as he stood upright, stretching his arms up then out. Even from a distance, I could tell he had a killer body. Not excessively muscular, he had the body of a built runner. Lean but with a six-pack that made my mouth water. For the first time in my life I was hit with lust so hard I trembled.
Frozen with a mixture of shock and longing, I sat perfectly still as he knelt next to the river, dipping his hands into the water before splashing it over his head and shoulders. He shivered but did it again and again. And each time he drenched himself I was the one who became wetter and wetter.
I shifted in my saddle. Should I reveal myself? No, I decided. It was too awkward. I’d not only witnessed him shift from an animal to a man but now I was gawking at him like some creep. This wasn’t exactly a situation I had experience in. Give me a boardroom full of arrogant men and I’d eat them for lunch. But a sexy as sin man naked by a river and I’d become a bumbling idiot.
Maggie made the decision for me. She shuffled to the side and neighed softly. The man whipped his head around in our direction, but I was already on the move.
His cell phone rung. He checked the caller ID with a frown. It was from his penthouse’s doorman.
“Hugo, what is the matter?” Max asked, leaning against the black leather seat. Boy, that woman had scratched her way through his back well and good, and the pain had only excited him more. He grew hard at the mere thought of her long, black nails curved in a come-hither gesture—
His doorman’s voice interrupted his pleasant wandering. “Mr. Prize, I apologize for calling you this late at night—”
“What is it the matter?” he repeated.
“Mr. Prize, you should come back home,” the man said in a rush.
“I’m kind of busy right now.” Or he would be soon. Max had every intention to make his statement a certainty the moment he entered True.
In fact, he remembered two blondes in their late twenties frequenting the club for the last two or three months, and forever giving him not-so-subtle glances from the opposite end of the bar. Tonight, early morning, whatever, he had in mind to take them both back to one of the hotels he owned in the city for some fun. His dragon paced in his mind, anticipating the celebratory flight Max always indulged in after a night of pleasure.
“I apologize again, sir, but a situation has arisen that needs your immediate attention.” Hugo’s voice was somehow covered by what sounded like a wail of some sort…
Find more BAD stories:
C.E. Black – Makeshift Mate
TL Reeve & Michele Ryan’s – Midnight a Psychic Retrieval Agency
R.E. Butler’s – The Alpha Wolf’s Mate
Monica La Porta’s – The Alpha’s Gift
McKayla Schutt’s – Maple’s Strong Alpha