Genres: Paranormal Romance
Series: — N/A
Book Length: 270 Pages
Publisher: Luminosity Publishing
Tamara’s spicy scent thrills, seduces and weakens him like no other. She is his and he wants her. Unfortunately, she is done with men. Tamara’s been burned too many times in the past and she’s not looking for a relationship…..ever. But when she finds a
stray dog on her doorstep she decides she wants a relationship with a male, after all- that of pet and pet owner.
Josh is not a dog and he has no interest in staying her pet. He has one burning desire- Tamara- in his bed, nightly and permanently. He will stop at nothing to convince Tamara they are better together and that he needs her, forever.
Their paths are intertwined and their future is inevitable but will Tamara allow Josh to love, cherish and protect her? Or will she say good-bye to the amazing, dedicated man whose loyalty and
sweet promises could shatter her walls completely and consume her with desire?
God, he was good.
Their bodies stuck together, as if separation was unthinkable. She shivered while she ran her fingers down his muscled arms. He was strong, powerful yet he wouldn’t harm her. That was an
undeniable fact—a simple truth as breathing air if there was any left in the room, that is. Had their combined body heat chased out all the available oxygen?
Never mind. She’d survive or perish with a smile. She re-focused her senses on the beautiful man above her.
“Tamara, my sweet little minx, you’re not fooling me at all,” he whispered into her ear. His hands further explored the canvas of
her body. Blunt teeth nibbled a long line down the side of her sensitive neck in between warm breaths.
“You’re trying to be coy, playing sweet and innocent with me but you forget—I know you, Tamara. You’re not innocent, but you are delicious and sweet.” He growled. “I’m going to enjoy devouring
every one of your tasty treats.” A shiver of delight tumbled through her, kindling and arousing her interest.
“Soulmate,” he whispered against her neck. He marked her with a burning kiss. His beautiful eyes hid under heavy lids while his tongue planted wet, passionate caresses down her neck.
She mewed, gripping the bed sheet between her fingers, singing praises of his sexual prowess.
“You’re mine. Mine.” He roared. His strong arms whipped around her waist and drew her closer to him.
He was a predator but instead of fighting him as she probably should, she became his willing—very wanting—prey. Her body succumbed, arching, and calling to him like a siren, craving and anticipating his dominance.
I should be running from him, making a beeline out the door, but here I am helpless, watching him and liking it, waiting for him to take me in any way he wants. Damn it. I’m weak and I can’t help it. I want him.
How had she become involved with a wolf anyway? In the beginning, he’d been a stray dog on her doorstep that snuck into
her home. She took him to the vet’s office one year ago and everything changed after that…
“We’re here,” she muttered with a weary tone to her voice while shifting the car into park. She glanced into the rearview mirror, squeaked out a small cry and nearly jumped out of her seat.
“Oh my God, what are you doing?”
She pointed at the contents of her purse strewn across the back seat and onto the floor. He lunged forward placing his paws onto
the middle console and leaned his face dangerously close to hers. The beginning of sharp, white teeth followed the long, pointed muzzle, ending in what looked like a grin. His warm breath tickled and teased her mouth.
Calm down, Tamara. He’ll sense your nervousness.
His jaw opened and a shiny object fell onto her lap. She looked at the promise ring her last boyfriend gave her. Huh. She’d forgotten about it. The relationship ended over a year ago and she should’ve pawned it, sold it, or simply tossed it straight into the ocean, but now the dog found it. She held the ring between two fingers and
turned it in her hand, watching the three single diamonds shine brightly in the sunlight.
Words flowed into her mind. She widened her eyes as she stared into the amber-gold irises beside her, studying her with interest.
I smelled a man’s scent. Why do you still have the ring? You should get rid of it.
Where were these words coming from? They weren’t hers. It sounded like the dog was talking to her but nooo…the dog couldn’t talk to her, could it? It wasn’t a dog version of Mr. Ed.
What made her think the dog could talk? Dogs don’t talk. Was she out of her mind? Boy, she was losing it.
The dog snorted and huffed, turning his head side to side disturbed by something. He growled, snorted and the strange voice flowed through her mind again.
I don’t want you with other men. You’re mine.
“Who’s talking to me?” She looked over at the dog. Wow. She was ready for the funny farm, all right. This dog couldn’t be speaking to her. He didn’t even move his lips.
Wriggling her left arm behind her, she silently but swiftly unlocked the door. Leaning over, she threw it wide open, trying to escape from the car and from the dog. Instead, she got tangled up under the steering wheel and her body fell backward in the process. The dog landed, partly on top of her, jumped across her body, licked her cheek, and pounced out the door as she screamed.
She turned in her seat and looked at the formidable, furry being staring at her through the open doorway. “Oh God.” Her raspy breathing struggled and strained to return to its steady, normal cadence.
Josh whined and pawed at the closed bedroom door. Since the shower incident, Tamara kept her distance from him and instead, seemed to prefer the company of others. She talked on the phone to strangers, some female and apparently one male—Keith.
He gnashed his teeth at the sound of the man’s name. Keith was trespassing on his territory. He needed to learn Tamara belonged to him. Josh whined again.
Please let me in, Tamara. I need you. He paused and waited.
A stern reply came from the other side of the door.
“No, Nightfall. Stop it. You know what you did wrong.”
I’m sorry. I didn’t know you were showering. Please Tamara, don’t punish me anymore.
She didn’t respond.
Apparently, Tamara was dishing out a lengthy term of punishment for him. Josh; however, was tenacious and he wouldn’t stop until she caved.
Tamara, he pleaded. He chuffed and partially sighed. He couldn’t help it. It was her fault for being incredibly delectable and tempting. Could he help being a virile male? He scratched at the door and growled.
Please let me in. I want to be with you.
“No, Nightfall, I told you to stop it. Now, go lie down.”
He tensed his jaw and grumbled but finally relented. He’d just try again later.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Welcome to my world….
I believe in Love and Romance.
My characters aren’t perfect. They’re skewed, flawed, and emotional. They’ve dealt with real life circumstances and have survived and now they’re living their lives, thinking their lives are
complete when fate hits them square in the chest with something they’ve never experienced- True Love.
Almost all of my female characters wear plus sizes. These are real, genuine women with normal hurdles in their way: insecurities, trust issues, lack of faith but these women are survivors and they are snarky, fiery, feisty wildcats who allure and captivate their sexy mates, forever. The women aren’t angels but their mates might be and their mates will do anything to keep them in their lives.
My male characters are alphas, strong men, tough enough to handle their women’s wicked ways while gentle enough to reward
and pleasure them, too. Love is at the core of all my books and each couple is rewarded with a happy ending because that’s how love should be….. Everlasting and True.
This is your invitation. Step into my world and explore the unique stories I create.
**** I love writing but I also love hearing from my readers. I have several books in the works for the future including two Angel series and four more wolf-shifter books.
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