Cats and dogs usually don't mix. So what happens when a werewolf and a werecougar become mates? Lots of excitement you can be sure :)
Werewolves & Shifters, sisters... a kidnapping, an unusual business deal and new expectations to boot. Mix up a group of big cats and big dogs and find out what happens next!
Can a wolf and a cougar find happiness together? Or will this new threat tear them apart?
Life happens to us all - and sometimes, in the blink of an eye, life can go from normal and mundane to absolutely awful. And so it goes with this tale. One minute Lynda Seron, a shape shifter herself, was having a regular old ordinary day at home with her sister, Sonya, when something completely unexpected happened and turned both their lives around forever in the worst way possible....
This 12,000-word episode is the first installment in The Animal Sagas - Thrown to the Wolves Series, a paranormal romance that follows the complicated relationship between the Seron sisters and the Strongheart werewolf pack. (A quick and enjoyable lunch time read! Do you read while eating lunch too?)
Notice: This werewolf romance series contains some violence and many shapeshifter love scenes that are fully realized. Recommended for ages eighteen and up.
Part of the "The Animal Sagas - Thrown to the Wolves" series:
• Animal Nature: A Gray Wolf Pack Paranormal Romance (The Animal Sagas - Thrown to the Wolves) - Book 2
• Animal Secrets: A Gray Wolf Pack Paranormal Romance (The Animal Sagas - Thrown to the Wolves) - Book 3
• Animal Desire: A Gray Wolf Pack Paranormal Romance (The Animal Sagas - Thrown to the Wolves) - Book 4
Customer ReviewsSee All
Excellent example for what not to do.
Although this story has potential, it is ruined by the author not reviewing and editing her own story before publication. The story notes are distracting at best.
As for the story, I believe revealing the nature of the characters sooner in the story would have progressed the plot in a clearer progression.
Bizarre writing style...
Difficult to read. Stopped after 5 pages.
Don't Read, it's an unfinished draft
The author did not review this. Their are still editor's notes and commentary within the text