Lone Wolf is now available from Amazon, Book Depository, Barnes & Noble and of course from Samhain Publishing.
When you fall out of step, that’s when everything falls into place.
R.J. Blake begins a new session tutoring young werewolves in the old ways—before the introduction of the shift-suppressing drugs that allow their kind to live secretly among humans. He expects nothing out of the ordinary. Until sexy, smart, aggravating-as-hell Corey Wilson arrives. Older than the others, son of a powerful Los Angeles pack leader, Corey is an instant temptation he cannot afford.
The last thing Corey wants is three months stuck in the Yellowstone wilderness, followed by the stifling life his father has all mapped out for him. One glimpse of R.J., though, sparks a determination to seduce the older man before he leaves. Yet as R.J. guides him through the sometimes terrifying process of rediscovering his heritage, a deepening respect calls to his artistic soul and fuels a burst of creativity.
When their time comes to an end, Corey senses hesitation behind R.J.’s insistence that theirs was simply a summer fling. Inspiring him to take a leap of faith with consequences neither of them saw coming. A dangerous plot that reaches from the heart of their love to the highest office in the land…
This book contains a young werewolf intent on seduction, an older werewolf determined to resist said seduction, werewolf politics and brutality, a little spilled blood, and hot, naked manlove in the great outdoors.
During the weekend hubby and I went to a party. The star attraction of the day was a lamb cooked on a spit. Hubby picked up the lamb from the meat place and it rode home, strapped in his passenger seat. He said it was the worst company and had no conversational skills. Ha-ha, right?
Anyway, they started cooking at seven in the morning, after stuffing it with rosemary and thyme, and dinner was served just after two. I think everyone enjoyed eating the lamb. I stuck to the salads since I’m a vegetarian.
This made me start thinking about my favorite picnic or barbeque foods. I don’t think you can go wrong with sandwiches for a picnic. I’m a fan of all types of sandwiches or a savory pie. When it comes to barbeques I like vegetable kebabs, maybe marinated in a little something first.
If you were packing for a picnic or organizing a barbecue what would be your first addition to the menu?