SEQUEL TO WOLF SLAVE, BOOK 2 IN THE WOLF WARS QUINTET! AVAILABLE FREE ON AMAZON ALL THIS WEEK!
Well, Penn is a slave – still. But now he’s a pampered pet, now he’s the master’s darling. You’d think he’d be satisfied with that, that he’d be content. But is he? Well, perhaps he might be – if it wasn’t for Lettice and Benedict Parrin, the dangerously liberal and political wolves in his master and lover Ree’s circle. If it wasn’t that Ree’s mother, the old Dam of the Hotstaat pack, is trying to get Ree married off to a suitable wolf-girl. If it wasn’t for his nature, if he didn’t hate being a slave, if he didn’t long to be free…
Is love enough to reconcile Penn to being a slave? Is he willing to risk capture and death, for the sake of freedom?
Set in an alternative universe’s 1920s Britain – with wolves: Book 2 in the Wolf Wars quintet!
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Exhibition: Richard Bawden, Paintings, Linocuts & Etchings Location: Hayletts Gallery, Maldon, Essex Date: Until 11th November 2017 Details: Richard Bawden is a painter, printmaker and designer working predominantly in lino, etching and watercolour. His work has a graphic, linear quality and a strong sense of craftsmanship, which translates naturally into many forms. These have included […]
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Gorgeous regal cat, isn’t she? How lovely. Wish I could make it to this exhibition!
I’ve had a copy of Patricia Briggs’ ‘Shifting Shadows’ on my shelf forever, just forever, and finally I’m getting around to it. Although it’s set in the same universe as Mercy Thompson and the Charles/Anna stories, all of the stories are stand-alone and not all of them directly involve Mercy and Anna’s trajectories.
I’m about halfway through at this point – and mostly enjoying it. But I’ll start off my review with the first tale, ‘Silver’ – and that’s an exception.
‘Silver’ is the backstory belonging to Samuel, son of Bran, Marrok of the North-American werewolves. It concerns his first encounter with the fairy Ariana, she of the scars and the power. Continue reading “what I’ve been reading lately”
It’s terrifying how many cheesy rom-coms lurk in the dark places of Netflix – and it’s even more terrifying, how many of them I’ve watched, now.
So I will totally cop to watching Queen Latifah’s Last Holiday, last w/end.
Latifah’s dying, right? Isn’t she? Is she? Isn’t she? She’s pining for her cute not-quite-boyfriend, she’s off on a spending spree, she’s really alive for the first time in her life anyhow…
It was… it wasn’t terrible. That’s all I’m saying. And I took this away from it with me. And that made it worthwhile.
Would you want to get down and intimate with a wolf? A supernatural, magical shifter, dangerous and hot? Tate thinks the guy who’s living in the apartment next door is maybe, possibly, some kind of supernatural creature. Maybe a werewolf. He’s certainly magically hot, anyway. And when he’s having some fun alone time thinking about the guy, is when he gets an unexpected visit…
Ben and Alec are together now, after Alec’s past as an escort has been discovered, and Ben has paid for his services. But how will they make it work, and can they really put it behind them and stay together? Can Ben forget about their painful past history? Can Alec? Approximately 4000 words: sequel to A Thoroughly Unprofessional Relationship.