Wolves of Willow Bend #7.5
On Sale: October 5, 2015
Featuring: Murphy DeWitt; Giovanni Conti
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Romance Contemporary | Romance Paranormal
He's single, wicked, and a perfect pretend boyfriend...but
exactly who is she fooling?
Murphy DeWitt enjoyed two years touring American consulates
in Europe as an assistant to a diplomatic attaché. It was a
dream come true, and a hell of a learning experience. A
master of languages, she knows how to get her point across.
Romance, however, proves to be a tongue twister. Now en
route to Willow Bend for a friend's wedding--without the
make-believe boyfriend she created for her family--she
debates how to confess her deception. Luckily, her flight
includes a fantastically hot wolf that leaves her
and contemplating all kinds of naughty things.
Giovanni Conti thrives on protecting others. As a Centurion
for the Seven Hills pack in Italy, it's his pleasure to
serve his Alpha wherever he is needed. Dispatched ahead in
preparation for the Alpha pair's trip to Willow Bend, he
no problem entertaining the sexy wolf he encounters in the
airport. The last thing the playboy wolf expects, however,
is to find in Murphy the most captivating chase of his
Wolves of Willow Bend
21 comments posted.
Re: Single Wicked Wolf
I don't have a favorite.
(Cynthia Cook 12:23pm October 29, 2015)
I love stories that have you on the edge of your seat waiting to see what is going to happen next. I will be looking into your books to see what they are like.
(Elizabeth Deyoung 3:44am October 29, 2015)
I love the idea of supporting characters becoming main characters themselves - I feel like I really know them already. I, too, love Riley from Nalini Singh's Psy-Changeling series! He is awesome!
(Felicia Ciaudelli 11:42am October 29, 2015)
I love characters that round out a story very nicely... seeing them again in their own story even better!
(Colleen Conklin 12:45pm October 29, 2015)
No I don't.
(Marissa Yip-Young 5:09pm October 29, 2015)
I don't have a favorite but I love when a supporting character in one book becomes a main character in the next. I feel like I already know them and the bond is already there.
(Bonnie Capuano 8:46am October 30, 2015)
Spike is definitely the best breakout character I can think of.
(Pam Howell 10:06am October 30, 2015)
Wolverine is the best but I do love Castiel or my two.
(Jennifer Beck 12:27pm October 30, 2015)
I don't have a favorite either.
(Tracee Imai 3:26pm October 30, 2015)
I don't have a favorite, but I enjoy when a supporting
character end up the main character in his own story. It
is always nice to see the development of a character in
his own right.
(Irene Menge 8:29pm October 30, 2015)
I'd add Vasic from psy/changelings, Loki from the Avengers
and Matt McCall from your Always a Marine series. I figured
him to always be in the bacground but his story blew me
(Donna Antonio 8:59am October 31, 2015)
Cat from the novel The Windflower by Laura London. It's been over 20 years But I still remember Cat.
(Blanche Nixon 12:31pm October 31, 2015)
No real favs...
(Nancy Ludvik 5:34pm October 31, 2015)
I can think of two that an author promised to write about
but never did...Connor MacKinnon and Ian Delamere from
Christina Skye's historical romances. I would dearly love
for her to finish her "Delamere" trilogy and to bring
Connor's story to light too!
(Cynthia Powers 11:00pm October 31, 2015)
I love break out characters, they're always a surprise. But
at the moment, I really do not have favorite.
(Marcia Berbeza 11:38pm October 31, 2015)
I agree with you about Spike, my favorite breakout character.
(Mary McCoy 11:12am November 1, 2015)
I also love Riley and other supporting characters from Nalini Singh's Psy-Changeling series - as well as the Guild Hunters series - SO cool!
(Felicia Ciaudelli 12:23pm November 1, 2015)
Sorry, No I Don't Have A Favorite Either.
(Carolyn Rhodes 4:31pm November 1, 2015)
I can't really say that I have a favorite Breakout character.
(Sharon Cook 5:03pm November 1, 2015)
Robin...from Batman & Robin
(Fred Holmes 9:33pm November 1, 2015)
(Ann Unger 11:08pm November 1, 2015)
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