Warrior Jaemus McAlator will never forgive his selfish brother for turning him into a werewolf. He was quite happy being a man—one who had known great success in battle and enjoyed the glory that came with his victories. Now his own anger and that of a Celtic goddess have ripped him from the life he knew in Ireland only to dump him first on a desolate tropical island and then, even worse, on his brother’s damn doorstep. His brother wants forgiveness. Jaemus just wants a normal life again, but is that possible with fangs and fur?
Maple Ridge Trading Post owner Nika Skarvinski is in trouble. Her father’s shop in the woods of Canville, Vermont had always been a tourist hotspot. Until her father died. Now she struggles to keep it—and the memory of her father—afloat while businessman Robert Senclair pesters her to sell the land to him. He also wants her to be Mrs. Robert Senclair. Nika doesn’t want to do either, but when the one thing bringing in money at the post—The Wolfman Show—loses its star, her only choice might be to accept defeat.
But no one likes to surrender.
Can Jaemus make life as a werewolf work? Is forgiving his brother possible? Can Nika keep her trading post away from Robert? Will she lose her father’s memory?
Maybe if a wolf fire burns bright enough, they’ll both be saved.
Wolf Kiss, Book One
Wolf Fire, Book Two