Today the tease comes from 'Surprising the Alpha'
a Siren Publishing August release
The town is dying after a new highway takes previous through traffic and custom away from shops, cafes, the bars and tourist attractions. The Venn wolf-shifter pack and alpha Joshua Venn are suffering. They’ve lived happily in the town as humans and like it, but now they’re threatened with slinking back to the woodland den with their tails between their legs.
One warm summer day Dani Cruz and her brother Jason hit town. They’re entrepreneurs whose business is town regeneration. Only one person resents their arrival, alpha wolf-shifter Joshua. Will his determination to be the only one who saves his pack drive the town to ruin?
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Enchanted, he gazed at her as she got into the SUV and drove away. Joshua rose up on his powerful hind legs and leapt after the vehicle. At the end of the long driveway, he came to his senses and stopped chasing the SUV. He sat down for a moment his breath strangely stolen from him. He panted, and shook his huge head to rid himself of the captivating female perfume. Joshua’s blue gaze raked the surrounding countryside. The noise of the car engine was faint now.
The gray wolf stood again, trotted along the path, and then changed direction to head for home. Thoughts traveled through his head as he crossed the lush terrain. Maybe she’s visiting the family before they move. Maybe she’s come to help them move. Maybe she’s the person who’s buying the orchards…Lucas might know. Hell, but she’s gorgeous, so sexy. I want her…
As he hurtled up the drive to his house, he shifted, and then came to a skidding standstill
on the gravel in front of the porch. His clothes were neatly piled on the step, so someone had been home. He checked the scent, Ryder. He dragged on his jeans and T-shirt before looking around for his boots. They remained strewn by his truck. Joshua walked over and slipped them on. He opened the truck door and brought his cell phone out of the glove compartment. A missed call displayed—Liberty. I’ll go see her.
Copyright Elodie Parkes 2015 Siren Publishing
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