Weekend Writing Warriors

“He will recover,” Emma said softly.

Merek stared down at Jace, willing him to wake up, and like a switch, his eyes flew open. Merek felt like he’d been sucker punched as those deep silver eyes locked with his.

“Mate,” Merek whispered. He caressed Jace’s cheekbone with quiet reverence.

He hadn’t been prepared for such an intense connection, and now he knew why finding his fated match was so pivotal and important. A link as powerful as the threads that bound him now could not be replicated.

Jace breathed in deeply before whispering as he drifted back into unconsciousness, “I will not submit.”

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Blurb:

Jace Shaw is one of the few survivors of an extraordinary, rare wolf pack. He spends his days on the run and his nights in another world with a man he’s only dreamed about. To sleep is to feel his dream man’s hands on his body and hear his wicked whispered words. But when the sun rises reality crashes in: the evil that destroyed his birth pack hunts his kind down in search of a way to control their power.

Merek Wahya is an alpha dealing with all the issues of being newly appointed, but they all fall away when he closes his eyes at night. Then, a man with moonlit hair and mercury eyes crawls into bed with him. When he wakes it’s to a painful arousal no one can satisfy. When Merek’s wolf catches Jace’s scent he knows he’s found his mate, and he soon learns their nocturnal meetings were only foreplay. The joy of this discovery is shadowed by the trouble that follows Jace. Merek’s mate is embroiled in a battle between two ancient packs, a war Merek must now fight. If he fails he could lose Jace forever.

Buy Links for Scent of a Wolf

Loose Idhttp://www.loose-id.com/scent-of-a-wolf.html

Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Scent-Wolf-Draven-St-James-ebook/dp/B00GMW1HL6/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1384361539&sr=8-2&keywords=draven+st.+james

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3 thoughts on “Weekend Writing Warriors

  1. Oh, I really dug the last line…”I will not submit.” Why do I get the feeling that he will, after a fun and tantalizing struggle? Great snippet choice! I love the premise of the book as well, btw.

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