Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Cover Reveal - "Skinless" by L.M. Davis

Looking at Luca, who’s just saved my life, I can’t respond. No explanation I might offer will satisfy after all of the extraordinary things he’s just witnessed. Ankh
All I can say is when the girl I like looks at me with wide, freaked out eyes and then runs away, the only thing that I can do run after her. Even if she didn’t ask me, even if she told me not to, I’m not superman enough to fight the instinct to protect herLuca
AnCaela Murphy's body is a ticking bomb that only her mom can defuse. The problem: her mother is missing and presumed taken by the Skinless, bogeymen from Ankh’s home world who've been hunting her family ever since they fled that world and certain death. With help from Luca, a boy whose touch confuses and who refuses to back down, Ankh races against time to find her mother before the bomb inside of her detonates, taking her life.  Tracking the Skinless across the country, the pair search for her mother and uncover the horrifying truth behind the generation's old war.

M. Davis loves great storytelling. She needs nothing more than a good book and a comfy chair to be happy. She was born in the south, raised in the north, and has a few degrees under her belt. She doesn't like to admit it, but she may have something of a "shifter" fetish. She still hasn’t gotten her black cat, but she thinks about it everyday. Her thoughts go something like this: "I really should get a cat." For now, she contents herself with spoiling the pets of her friends and family.
She is the author of Interlopers: A Shifters Novel, Posers: A Shifters Novel, and skinless

Monday, April 29, 2013

Cover Reveal - "Morning Stars" by Jason T Graves

Vampires are real, as the Owen twins—Madeline and Marissa—have discovered, and so much more than they thought possible. Three months have passed and their family is still fractured, with Sarah in a coma and Evan a shell of his former self. The twins have manifested new powers and abilities, not always to their benefit. Madeline has uncovered new mysteries, while Marissa quietly suffers from increasingly horrific nightmares, including the newest plague: blood hunger.

In the Morgensterns’ world, Marlena appears to have recovered from her madness, but she fails to convince Madeline. Wilhelm’s seeming need for crisis management is increasingly tested as he and Maelcom seek the answer to Kaspar’s heritage, Marissa continues to be Wilhelm’s personal thorn, a trusted friend makes a spectacular act of betrayal, and Corelis returns. And, in the shadows, a darker foe is watching… and waiting.

The twins want to be normal teenagers, but strange events and people of indeterminable intent increasingly hem in their world. Can the twins just live normal lives? The better question is: can the twins simply survive the lives they have?

Sunday, April 28, 2013

Review - "The Flower of Isbelline" by Heidi Garrett

The Flower of Isbelline by Heidi Garret

Publication Date: December 18, 2012

Genre: Fantasy

The half-faerie Melia wants to save her sister from a false marriage, and their world from a dark power, but her sister is determined to pursue their father's damning legacy. Even if the cost of denying true love is apocalyptic. 

Cover and Description from Goodreads

Purchase:        Amazon

Tanya's Review: 

The Flower of Isbelline is the second book in the Queen of the Realm of Faerie series and continues where Nandana's Mark ends off where Melia is trying to save her sister Plantine from Umbra.   Along the journey Melia tries very hard to make good decisions that will help in saving her sister from "taking in" Umbra to rule the kingdom but for some reason no matter what the girl does, things just don't go right and she learns that she is the one that is fated to possess Umbra.

I enjoyed reading the story and actually had to read the first book (which I already had) prior to starting this one and I am so glad that I had finally sat down to read it along with the 2nd one.  The story moved along great although I found myself getting frustrated with Melia and wished she would just learn to accept help from others when offered.  In the end I will definitely read the next in the series to see what Melia and everyone has to face and can't wait for it to come out!

Stacking the Shelves

Another week with Stacking the Shelves :)


The Golden Lily - Richelle Mead 
(didn't realize this was book 2 so now I gotta buy the first one)
Fated - Alyson Noel
Dark Flame - Alyson Noel

For Review

Lost in Time - Christie Palmer
Devour - Andrea Heltsley


Dancing with Deception (Dancing #0.5) - Andrea Heltsley
Over the Rim - Ripley Patton
Shattered Grace - K Anne Raines
Ever Sade - Aleia Purdy
Veil Between Worlds - Sally Dubats
Blue Smoke & Madness - Lisa Hinsely

Book Tour Stop - "Inked by an Angel" by Shauna Allen


Jed Gentry is doing just fine, thank you very much, running his tattoo studio in Austin, Texas.  So what if people think he’s a bit on the surly side?  He’s been burned by his ex who sticks around to torture him and he lives with a family heartache that he’d rather not talk about.  But he’s got a thriving business, his dream car, and good friends.  Not much to complicate things.  At least, not until she walked in…
Kyle O’Neill has had it with being the sheltered daddy’s girl at the family accounting firm and is ready to spread her wings and fly on her own for the first time.  Unfortunately, it seems she’s about to fall flat on her face when her first and only client is – gulp -- a tattoo artist!  Her country club upbringing certainly hasn’t prepared her for this place or the sizzling attraction her traitorous body feels for the grumpy owner.
But there is a Divine conspiracy at work here pushing these two together.  And they are hell bent on bucking the Heavenly plan all the way.  Luckily, their angel is a true believer and pulls every trick he knows from under his halo to make this a match made in Heaven.

Who says God doesn’t have a sense of humor?

Character Bios – Inked by an Angel

Jed Gentry is doing just fine, thank you very much, running his tattoo studio in Austin, Texas.  So what if people think he’s a bit on the surly side?  He’s been burned by his ex who sticks around to torture him and he lives with a family heartache that he’d rather not talk about.  But he’s got a thriving business, his dream car, and good friends.  Not much to complicate things.  At least, not until she walked in…
Full name: Jedediah David Gentry
Number of tattoos: 3 plus a few surprises…(you'll have to read the book to find out what and where!)
Number of piercings: 5
Dream car: Already owns it. A '67 Shelby Mustang. Sweet ride.
Factoid: He traveled to Japan several years ago to study the ancient form of tattooing known as “Irezumi” and he has a great respect and love for the entire Japanese culture.
Jed's playlist:
Switchfoot – Dark Horses
Black Sabbath – Paranoid
Foo Fighters – Monkey Wrench
Led Zeppelin – Rock and Roll
Rolling Stones – You Can't Always Get What You Want
Deftones – Digital Bath

Kyle O’Neill has had it with being the sheltered daddy’s girl at the family accounting firm and is ready to spread her wings and fly on her own for the first time.  Unfortunately, it seems she’s about to fall flat on her face when her first and only client is – gulp — a tattoo artist!  Her country club upbringing certainly hasn’t prepared her for this place or the sizzling attraction her traitorous body feels for the grumpy owner…
Full name: Kyle Elizabeth O'Neill
Dream car: Toyota Prius. No, really. She really cares about the environment.
Skill set includes: She can perfectly set a formal dinner place setting, fold a fitted sheet like nobody's business, froth a meringue spiky enough to give Martha Stewart a run for her money, and though she doesn't currently have one – she knows the exact temperature a wine cellar should be maintained at all times dependent upon humidity and other factors.
Secret crush: She's seen all of Jason Statham's movies at least twice. The Transporter movies three times.
Kyle's iPod playlist: It is ever-changing. (And Jed absolutely hates it, BTW.) But, if you want to know what she's probably listening to today, just check out the current Billboard Pop top forty, and you'll have a pretty good idea!

But there is a Divine conspiracy at work here pushing these two together.  And they are hell bent on bucking the Heavenly plan all the way.  Luckily, their angel is a true believer and pulls every trick he knows from under his halo to make this a match made in Heaven.
Who says God doesn’t have a sense of humor?

Tattoos, cupids, and bad boys: Shauna Allen delivers one heck of a read.  Fresh, sassy, and witty - she brings a new voice to romance that readers are gonna love!

New York Times Bestselling Author, Christie Craig

Inked by an Angel : Book I of the Cupid Chronicles is available now from Soul Mate Publishing, Amazon and Barnes and Noble!

Shauna had the privilege of growing up an only child with two open and loving parents who gave her the freedom to be herself and to explore her creativity.  After traveling several places around the world, they settled in Texas when she was seven years old, where she met and eventually married her high school sweetheart.  (Yes, that still happens these days!)  Now, some 18+ years later, they still live in Texas with their three beautiful children and a few furry creatures to boot.
Shauna graduated Summa Cum Laude with a degree in nursing and works full-time bringing babies into the world.  In her spare time, between work, chores, and family time, she slips into the worlds of her own making – her precious creative outlet.  This is the place where she feels truly free and she is profoundly grateful for this.  She understands that the joy found in writing is a God-given gift.  If you’re a writer, you understand.  Music also holds a very special place in her writing and heart.  It is a large part of her life, from her worship experience all the way through to her writing journey.  
When she’s not writing, Shauna loves reading, movies, reality dance shows, vacations to the beach, dates with the hubby, and hanging out with the kiddos.  (Seriously.  Even teenagers!)

Shauna would love for you to visit her at her website and blog at:

Friday, April 26, 2013

Freebie Alert!!! Over the Rim by Ripley Patton

Free this weekend only!! Grab it while you can!!!

A boy, and dog, and an ancient volcanic crater. What could possibly go wrong?

When Mike Abbot takes his new puppy on the trail around Crater Lake to do its business, a strange sign rises out of the morning fog to warn him: Keep animals leashed at all times. Pets have been known to vanish over the rim

And when the dog does just that--vanishes over the crater's edge--it seems the universe and the strange village nestled outside of time on Wizard Island have plans for Mike that will change both worlds forever.

Thursday, April 25, 2013

Book Blurb - "Ghost Hold" by Ripley Patton

Olivia Black is back.

Only this time she isn't the one in need of rescue.

Samantha James, rich, popular, and an award-winning composer at age seventeen, is the next target on the CAMFers list. But, in order to convince Samantha to come with them, Olivia and Passion must pose as cousins, blend into the most affluent high school in Indianapolis, and infiltrate a mysterious cult known as The Hold.

Olivia doesn't expect it to be easy, even with the PSS guys backing them up. But what she discovers over the course of the mission will call into question everything she ever believed about herself, her ghost hand, and especially about Marcus, the guy she is undoubtedly falling in love with.

Review - "Blood Roses" by Jason T. Graves

Blood Roses by Jason T. Graives

Publication Date: November 26, 2012

Genre: Young Adult, Paranormal

Vampires aren’t real… right? If they were, Madeline and Marissa Owen would certainly be suspects: bone-white and night-loving—with a proclivity for super-rare steaks—the identical twins are poster-girls for the undead.

As if looking like teen-aged vampires didn’t cause enough drama, trouble erupts into their lives following a disastrous street fight and a brush with the law by Madeline's sister. The girls are forced to move from the diverse city of Austin, Texas to the quaint township of Tobyhanna, Pennsylvania—a move clearly designed to bore the aggressive, MMA-fighter Marissa into an early grave. 
However, their new lives prove to be anything but boring, as a series of shocking upheavals, unearthed lies, and outright dangers keep them thinking... and running for their lives. Ancient books, coded manuscripts, and evil enemies emerge, challenging the unique skills and inner-strengths of the girls—but can even all of this chaos prepare them for the arrival of real vampires?

Facing threats from multiple quarters, the girls must rely on each other to keep ahead of the rising storm … or be swept away by it.

Cover and Description from Goodreads

Purchase:        Amazon

Tanya's Review: 

Madeline and Marissa are different from everyone else, they are pale skinned with blond hair and are super sensitive to light.  Madeline is book smart and Marissa loves to fight,  similar but yet so different.  To them life is not normal and to make matters worse they are forced to move from their home town of Austin after Marissa gets in trouble after a street fight.  Things just don't go right for them once they reach their now home.  After meeting with their father's boss and is family, strange events start happening...people are spying on them,  Marissa is acting strange, they received books from the dead addressed to them.  They both are tested through these events and to truly accept themselves for what they are.

I will admit that during the reading, I got a little lost with the scientific talk however I understood that the information was very important to the story and that it would hopefully answer some questions.  I think there was a lot of things that happened throughout the story but they all flowed together perfectly and you knew that they were all happening for a reason.  I have read other reviews where they think it was too much going on but I have to agree, it kept me interested wanting to know what the poor girls would have to endure next.  

I love the dynamic of the girls, how they understood each others strengths and figured out how to use them during the strange events that take place.  The events are life altering for the girls but I love how they handled each event and I definitely look forward to seeing where the story goes from here in the next book.  

Sunday, April 14, 2013

Review - "Epidemic" by J.P. Choquette

Epidemic by J.P. Choquette

Publication Date: March 21, 2013

Genre: Mystery

Imagine you’re a physician faced with a problem you’ve feared only in your worst nightmares: A hot virus, one that infects hundreds within days. Or imagine you are the CEO at a small, but fast-growing pharmaceutical company, and need just a little push to make it to the major leagues. What if you were the reporter, looking for a link between these two seemingly unrelated groups, and find information that puts your life in mortal danger? Everett James, a reporter in the sleepy state of Vermont, finds himself in the middle of the most important story of his life. When a deadly virus, H1N2, outbreaks in the small town of St. Albans, James takes the story. But his investigation turns up more questions than answers. What’s the link between Vermont’s largest pharmaceutical company, BeckePharm, and Palmer Laboratories, a New York-based upstart drug company? How did the virus, a mutated strain of the Avian Flu, end up in such a rural village? Will the vaccines released protect the people they were created for, or will more deaths occur? And will James find the answers before running out of time? Epidemic is a fast-paced thrill ride, culminating in an unexpected, show-stopping finale.

Cover and Description from Amazon

Purchase:        Amazon

Tanya's Review: 

Everett James is a typical local reporter going about his days covering the typical stories that happen in the local communities in Vermont.  Things start happening fast when a deadly virus outbreaks in the small town of St. Albans.  Everett learns fast that it's not the virus that has him and Ava worried about their lives but other individuals out there doing their best to cover up some really big secrets of the one of the larger local Pharmaceutical company.

My Rating:  

First off, I loved reading the story knowing where the events were taking place (or whereabouts they were--fictional and all ;) ).  The flow of the story was fabulous and the story moved along at a great pace.  The book is only 212 pages long but there was the perfect amount of information that left you wanting to find out who was the bad guy in the story and if the main characters in the story survived the outbreak or the other events that were taking place.  Definitely a great read even if you don't live in Vermont!

Stacking the Shelves

Time for another post with Stacking the Shelves.


Clockwork Angel by Cassandra Clare
Cinder by Marissa Meyer

For Review

The Flower of Isbelline by Heidi Garret
Blood Roses by Jason T Graves


Tip of the Toes by Lily Lexington (children's book)
The Guardian of Threshold by A.A. Volts


Beautiful Creatures by Kami Garcia
Beautiful Redemption by Kami Garcia
Beautiful Chaos by Kami Garcia
Beautiful Darkness by Kami Garcia

I can not wait to ready the Beautiful Creatures as I've heard great things about them...Thanks Angela!!!

Review - "My Ex From Hell (The Bloom Goddess Trilogy Book 1) by Tellulah Darling

My Ex From Hell (The Blooming goddess Trilogy) by Tellulah Darling

Publication Date: April 1, 2013

Genre: Young Adult,  Fantasy, Mythology, Paranormal, Romance

Sixteen-year-old Sophie Bloom wishes she’d been taught the following:

a) Bad boy’s presence (TrOuBlE) + teen girl’s brain (DraMa) = TrAuMa (Highly unstable and very volatile.)
b) The Genus Greekulum Godissimus is notable for three traits: 1) awesome abilities, 2) grudges, and 3) hook-ups, break-ups, and in-fighting that puts cable to shame.

Prior to the Halloween dance, Sophie figures her worst problems involve adolescent theatrics, bitchy yoga girls, and being on probation at her boarding school for mouthy behaviour. Then she meets bad boy Kai and gets the kiss that rocks her world.


This breath stealing lip lock reawakens Sophie’s true identity: Persephone, Goddess of Spring. She’s key to saving humanity in the war between the Underworld and Olympus, target numero uno of Hades and Zeus, and totally screwed.

Plus there’s also the little issue that Sophie’s last memory as Persephone was just before someone tried to murder her.

Big picture: master her powers, get her memories back, defeat Persephone’s would be assassin, and save the world. Also, sneak into the Underworld to retrieve stolen property, battle the minions of Hades and Zeus, outwit psycho nymphs, slay a dragon, rescue a classmate, keep from getting her butt expelled from the one place designed to keep her safe …

… and stop kissing Kai, Prince of the Underworld.

My Ex From Hell is a romantic comedy/Greek mythology smackdown. Romeo and Juliet had it easy.

Cover and Description from Goodreads

Purchase:        Amazon       

***NOTE:  This book was given to me from the Author for my honest review****

Tanya's Review: 

Sophie's biggest problems at boarding school is being probation and having to deal with snotty girls who think they are better than everyone else.  Well that all changes when at the Halloween dance she decides to get back at said snotty girl and dresses up as her to meet up with this guy and try to ruin some part of this girls life......well things are going fine until he kisses her and Sophie's life is then turned upside down.

Sophie then learns that she is not just a typical teenager but the long lost Persephone, Goddess of Spring daughter of Zeus hated by Hades.   Now Sophie must try to remember why she is being hidden, who she really is and what it is about Kai (the mysterious boy she kissed) that she hates but has a inner pull to.

My Rating:  

I absolutely loved this book!!  It made me remember how much I loved reading about Greek Mythology and kept me wanting more.  I loved how Tellulah integrated both the past history into today's world and kept both stories intertwined with each other .  The story flowed perfectly....great action, romance and greek mythology.  I can not wait for the next book in the series!!!

Review - "Bone Dressing" by Michelle I Brooks

Bone Dressing by Michelle I. Brooks

Publication Date: April 20, 2011

Genre: Young Adult,  Fantasy, Romance,  Mystery, Adventure,  Supernatural

Time is running out & the dark that's been chasing Syd for many lifetimes has finally caught up with her.  Sydney Roberdeau lost her parents as a young girl. Waiting for her life to start and the freedom that will come with her eighteenth birthday, Syd spends much of her time haunting the local cemetery. It is there, stretched out among the dead, that she feels most alive, most at home. Until one rainy night when Beau, Sarah and T.J. crash her ghostly sanctuary, appearing out of nowhere, turning her already inside-out world one degree past upside down.

Syd must now revisit past lives, dressing in the bodies of her previous selves & bone dressing. Her only chance to outrun the evil breathing down her neck is to face her own worst nightmares and her strongest desires. But if she can't stay out of trouble in this life, how can she possibly fix mistakes from past lives? And just how many lives has she lived, loved and lost? What is Syd exactly, and what will she risk for the life of a man she doesn't remember, the man she spent a lifetime with, the man she loves? Everything including her very own life?

Bone Dressing, the first in a series of seven books, will carry Syd and Beau on an adventure that transcends life itself.

Cover and Description from Goodreads

Purchase:        Amazon         Barnes & Noble  

***NOTE:  This book was given to me from the Author for my honest review****

Tanya's Review: 

I can say that I only got through about half of this book and had to stop.  I couldn't get into the story and I think it was because of the attitude of Syd and the sexual predator type of teacher in the story.  There are very few books that I will not finish even if I'm not interested but I just couldn't force myself to continue.

My Rating:  

All I'm going to say is that you don't have to go by my review as this may be your type of story.  If you read it and you think definitely I would love to hear your thoughts.

Friday, April 12, 2013

Guest Author Friday - Joy Choquette

I am very excited to have my friend, Joy Choquette as a guest author today.  Joy has been writing for many years now but have just published her first book.

 Joy is the author of "Epidemic" which was just released on March 31st. 

 So without further ado, I would love to welcome Joy Choquette to my little book nook.........

How to Never Finish Writing a Book

How many times have you heard someone say this: 
"I'm going to write a book." 
Now, how many times do you hear them tell you, "It's done! It's written and being published. Wow, that feels great!" Not many? 
I have a confession to make. Before I published Epidemic, I wrote so many books it would make your eyes cross. The problem was, that I didn't actually finish any of them. I was a great story-starter, but I got bogged down in the middle. I couldn't quite seem to re-ignite that first spark of excitement when I got to the middle, where the story got, well, boring. 
Like many people, I read books about writing. I scoured online forums and blogs to learn more. I even shelled out some money to attend writer's conferences and workshops. And though I got a lot of really great information from each of these sources, there was still a problem: I couldn't finish a manuscript. 
What saved me in the end was one teeny, tiny little trick. I don't know if it works for all writers but it definitely worked for me. It was this: don't go back and read what you've already written. 
Here's the process that a lot of writers use (myself included when I was struggling to finish a book): 
Write what seems like brilliant prose, pages and pages of it. Then take time right away to go back and edit what you've just written. 
Do you know what I found? Going back to edit killed the excitement for me. It also showed me, in no uncertain terms, that I shouldn't even call myself a writer. Because who in the WORLD would think THAT was a good sentence/paragraph/page? 
Editors and writers wear different hats. Editing uses that hardnosed left side of the brain, where facts and perfection are important. Writing uses the flowing, creative right side of the brain, where possibilities are fuel and curiosity is king (or queen). Going back and forth between the two just didn't work for me, and I suspect, doesn't work for many writers. 
Instead, I came up with my own process which works for me. Maybe it will work for you, too. 
1. No editing. When I write, I open up my document to the place I left off, read the very last paragraph (or two--no more!) and continue the story. No editing. No going back to read from the beginning. 
2. Outline, or not. Some people love outlines and stick to them religiously. Others are "pantsers" (those who fly by the seat of their pants), and think outlines are dumb and boring. And some are in between those extremes, maybe working from a rough outline or using pictures in a storyboard format to get an idea of where their book is headed. Try different ways and see what works for you. 
3. Write. The more you write, like the more you do anything, the better you will get. It doesn't even have to be fiction. I found that my writing really improved over the several years I worked as a freelance journalist and copywriter , creating ads and website text for businesses. Whether you're writing poetry or fiction, short stories or magazine articles, the more you practice the better. 
Thanks so much, Tanya, for inviting me for a guest post. For more writing and self-publishing tips, please visit my website, Scared E Cat is dedicated to all readers and writers of great suspense and home Epidemic, my first "Green Mountain Thriller." 

Thursday, April 11, 2013

Review - "Elixirbound" by Katie L. Carroll

Elixir Bound by Katie L. Carroll

Publication Date: August 31, 2012

Genre: Young Adult, Paranormal, Fantasy


Katora Kase is next in line to take over as guardian to a secret and powerful healing Elixir. Now she must journey into the wilds of Faway Forest to find the ingredient that gives the Elixir its potency. Even though she has her sister and brother, an old family friend, and the handsome son of a mapmaker as companions, she feels alone. It is her decision alone whether or not to bind herself to the Elixir to serve and protect it until it chooses a new guardian. The forest hosts many dangers, including wicked beings that will stop at nothing to gain power, but the biggest danger Katora may face is whether or not to open up her heart to love.

Cover and Description from Goodreads

Purchase:        Amazon   

***NOTE:  This book was given to me from the Author for my honest review****

Tanya's Review: 

Katora is next in line to take over the family farm, one that grows essenberries to make essence.  Katora is learning that her family has many secrets, things she didn’t realize were happening on the farm.

Once she learns that herself and few companions must travel to the sleeping giant mountain to harvest a flower, one that is used in an exlixir (a very powerful, healing potion of sorts).  One that if she chooses to harvest the flower, she will become the guardian of the elixir and it’s secrets.

Katora has many obstacles and choices to make along her journey to the mountain where this flower grows.  Will Katora succeed in her journey and choose to become the guardian or will it be too much for her and she goes back home empty handed?

My Rating:  

I really enjoyed this book.  Right from the beginning you knew that there were going to things happening throughout the book and the author definitely kept you on the edge of your seat.  There were witches, spirts of sorts, dwarfs (or Tilli’s which I think are a lot smaller than dwarfs).  It seems like something happened around every corner and this events made Katora question why she is doing this and if she really wants to be the guardian of the elixir.  Oh and we can’t forget that there is just a little hint of romance in the novel J  I definitely would recommend this book to people to read as you will not be disappointed!!

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Waiting on Wednesday

"Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly event held at Breaking the Spine where you share on upcoming release that you can't wait for.

This week's pre-publication "can't-wait-to-read" selection is:

Hungry Like a Wolf (Others)
by Christine Warren

Publication Date: July 2,  2013

From Amazon:  

When her father died, Honor Tate inherited the alpha position for a pack of werewolves based in New England. But why her? Honor would have rather just lived a “normal” life, with the occasional run through the woods in her furry suit. Still, Honor was raised to put the welfare of the pack first…and now it’s time to make a formal request that the alpha of the Silverback clan—the pack to which all locals owe fealty—recognize her as alpha of the White Paw. But instead of sending his support, the Silverbacks send Logan Hunter.
Logan Hunter would do anything to protect the Silverbacks—but his devotion comes with a price. For years he has been fighting his alpha instincts and the need for his own pack. But all that changes when Logan is sent on a mission to find out whether the new White Paw alpha really has what it takes to carry on her father’s legacy. Powerful, spirited, and downright gorgeous Honor exceeds his expectations…and leaves him howling for more. Could it be that he’s finally found his alpha mate? Or will old enemies, dueling loyalties, and an appetite for destruction stop him dead in his tracks?