For many, 2014 was the Year of the Horse. For me, it was the year of the novella. All seven of them!
And so far, six out of the seven have been published. The last one (ironically, the first one written) is waiting in a couple of submission queues. It would be a great Christmas present to snag a contract for it, if you’re reading this, Santa * grin *
Anyway, the published tally so far is:
- Busted (a free M/M romance)
- Displaced (a free M/M romance)
- Dorothy’s Red Shoes (part of the Return to Emerald City collection)
- His Reboot Girl (part of the Return to Emerald City collection)
- Dreaming of a Wolf (part of another seasonal boxed set, Paranormally Yours)
And this one, Caging the Wolf, part of the Hot Holiday Treats boxes set.
The idea for Caging The Wolf came out of nowhere. Walking through a quiet shopping mall, lost in thought, I wondered how I’d react if I heard someone calling for help, only to find nobody there. In my Snowdonia Wolves shifter series, I’ve built a world where wolves can communicate with their Mates through their dreams. From there, it’s just a short leap to a frantic shifter, caged in his wolf form, and shouting for help – and his Mate hearing him.
I love writing about shifters falling in love with non-shifters, and that moment when they have to explain themselves. My wolves are usually confident, and most often pushy, in the nicest way. Seeing them struggle to explain a whole new world to their love, is fun to write, and Levi didn’t find it easy in Caging the Wolf.
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Caging the Wolf - Excerpt:
Something told me that when I asked the obvious question, I might not like the answer, but I had to know. “What does shifter mean?”
“Werewolf,” snarled Dad.
“No.” Levi spoke over him. “Wolf shifter. We have some unusual abilities.” He smiled at me, but it looked strained. “We can talk to our partners in our dreams.” Turning back to face Dad, he continued. “We’re stronger, and more healthy, and when we find our Mates—our life partners—we’re faithful and devoted.”
It was Mum’s turn to stand. She went to embrace Dad. “Sounds like Levi is describing you, my love.”
“Wait. What do you mean? Werewolf?” I had to be dreaming again. Werewolves didn’t exist outside of horror books and movies.
Levi gave me a ghost of a smile. “It’s very different. And if it’s any consolation, I would’ve spared you finding out like this. I planned to tell you when we’d got to know each other better. When you trusted me.”
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