A Billionaire Wolf for Christmas
Billionaire Wolf #2
On Sale: September 25, 2018
Featuring: Holly Gray; Dr. Aidan Denali
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Romance Paranormal | Romance Erotica Sensual
When the wolves' own blood betrays them, they risk their
lives to find a
Wolf shifter Dr. Aidan Denali has been working day and
night to find a
cure for werewolves' alarmingly sudden decline in
lifespan. The key to
the problem eludes him. But when Aidan grudgingly leaves
his work to
do some holiday shopping, he meets a remarkable she-wolf
mysterious pack could bring him one step closer to the
Dr. Holly Gray is thrilled to meet the wolf who's been
working so hard to
help others. Now, it's her turn to help him. But while
their attraction is
sizzling, the packs are at odds, and the danger is
increasing. It's going
to take a holiday miracle for Holly and Aidan to get
their loved ones—out of this alive...
21 comments posted.
Re: A Billionaire Wolf for Christmas
love your books
(Denise Schenk 5:43pm September 27)
sounds wonderful to me i would love this
(Vickie Couturier 6:29am September 28)
Fortunately I've never been in a life threatening situation
but I have had plenty of bad times. Being an adult means
being afraid or unsure and still doing the right thing.
(Mary Songer 5:20pm September 28)
I've never read a book with shifters, but I think it's time for me to try one. This one sounds interesting.
(Anna Speed 12:21pm September 29)
This is a different kind of book for me although I do love
State Parks and have spent many days camping with my family
(Alyson Widen 1:17am September 29)
love your books and your covers!!
(Jennifer Beck 7:52pm September 29)
Nope but I can still taste the metallic taste of fear.
(Laura Gullickson 3:54am September 30)
I used to love camping in parks but we were careful to stay safe. Fear is a strange thing.
(Debra Guyette 7:50am September 30)
Sounds great, need to read it.
(Wioletta Slyk 12:54pm September 30)
Luckily I've never been in one of those situations. I'd like to think I'd be
calm, but who really knows how I'd react?
(Jana B 1:43pm September 30)
I've been in a couple of scary situations, though I never
really thought I wouldn't make it. I hunkered down and did
the best I could.
(Janie McGaugh 4:40pm September 30)
yep never been in life threatning ones but plenty of
dramas and health scares mainly ccancer and they only
found that out when i was opened up for another surgery
last yr ... fortunately they caught it in time but some
were already stage 3 and never knew just been unwell for
years and in pain .. was a week in hosp and 3 weeks later
had chemo for 19 weeks .. and pleased to say been cancer
free for over a yr
(Rachael Kennedy 5:10pm September 30)
I've never been in a life or death situation but I
have had a couple of incidents where as much as I
thought I'd know how to deal with it, but I
literally froze but recovered quickly. I love the
excerpt and look forward to reading it.
Lucky4750 at aol dot com
(Carol Luciano 5:22pm September 30)
I have not had any situations like that.
(Leni Kaye 5:50pm September 30)
Love your wolves! :)
(Colleen Conklin 6:06pm September 30)
Although I have been lucky, my son has been in peril many times in the military and then as a police detective.
(Sharon Mitchell 9:52pm September 30)
Yes. I was in a headon collision when I was nineteen. I did everything that I could to avoid the accident. Then I prayed and closed my eyes. You are not suppose to close your eyes. I would love to read this book.
(Cynthia Cook 11:46pm September 30)
The instances I can think of all involve our children. Our oldest daughter was
just in kindergarten at the time and our other daughter was a baby. We had
talked about swimming lessons and I said I would pick her up for lessons when
they started. She thought that meant it started the next day and did not get on
the school bus to come home. The bus came, the stop was across the street
form the house, but she didn't come to the house. I called a few neighbors to
see if she had gone home with their children. No luck. I called the school and
she wasn't there. They called back to say the teacher had taken her out to the
bus. I called the security police (we lived on an Air Force base) to let them
know and have them look for her in case she got off at a different bus stop. I
also had them contact the city police. It was mid-January and about 10
degrees. I called my husband, but he was at work in a place he couldn't leave. I
didn't dare leave the house in case she came home. After what seemed like an
eternity but was likely only 30 to 45 minutes or so, I got a phone call from a
man at a local garage. It seems she had tried to walk home and they found her
in the snowbank outside their shop. She was so cold and frightened, they
couldn't understand what she said until she warmed up a little. A Sgt. from the
base had been there when they found her and helped out. He brought her
home (I never got the chance to say no, she wasn't supposed to get in cars with
strangers). It was such a relief to have her back. You want to hug them
because you are happy and punish them for what they did. This was back in
1978 or '79. Concern was there, but if it happened in today's world, I would be
in full panic mode. What was really sad, was she walked right by my
grandmother's (her great grandmother's) house and didn't realize it. It was just
a block from the school.
(Patricia Barraclough 12:15pm October 1)
sounds like a really good read for me,i toally love
Christmas themed books my favoriet
(Vickie Couturier 5:46am October 1)
I had a situation where I didn't know if my new baby would
survive. We took advantage of every moment, snuggling,
cooing, and rocking him. All we could do was pray and have
faith. It was touch and go but we made it through and
everything is great now. Can't wait to dive into another
one of your books!
(Amber Niebaum 2:13pm October 1)
love your books
(Ann Unger 2:48pm October 1)
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