She’s not sure who she should be more afraid of the four legged beast who attacked her or the two legged one who saved her. She narrowly escapes, but soon learns that others weren’t so lucky.
Release Date: May 2nd, 2016
Cover Artist: Genevieve Cosdon
The small town of Rivelou is hiding secrets, and they are about to claw their way to the surface.
Ana Dugan used to enjoy her nighttime walks through her quaint college town, but all of that changes when a handsome stranger rescues her from an attack. She’s not sure who she should be more afraid of the four legged beast who attacked her or the two legged one who saved her. She narrowly escapes, but soon learns that others weren’t so lucky.
When another man enters her life claiming he’s there to protect her she’s not sure who she should trust, the wolf or the hunter.
So why “wicked urban fantasy?”
Let’s face it. Most of us lead pretty humdrum lives. We worry about our kids, our credit card bills, the boss, and how to keep all the balls in the air without letting anyone of them drop. And if we are really lucky—and I know I am—we have a very nice guy who helps us with the juggling, and who we can count on for support, and sometimes…sometimes…a little romance.
We know we really don’t want that bad boy werewolf or vampire or sorcerer. In reality they’d be far too much trouble. Their women are always being kidnapped, bitten, cursed.
But isn’t fun to think about?
When I sit down to read I want fantasy. I want danger. And I want an incredibly handsome, incredibly rich, incredibly powerful man who will sweep me off my feet, make me feel sexy, make love any time I want—and make me want to make love to him all the time.
So that’s why I invented to city of Rivelou. It’s a small Midwestern city that any one might live in. But in Rivelou, you just never know who your neighbors are. The housewife next door just might practice witchcraft. The cute biology teacher may be a werewolf.
The heroine in The Patient Wolf finds herself torn between two lovers—both are dangerous, both are dark. But which one is the villain and which one is the hero? And which one should she choose?
Here’s an excerpt. Is Alexander the hero or the villain?
About the author:
She has written several books for authors on the subject of writing and publishing. The Patient Wolf is her first fiction novel and of course, it features a very sexy werewolf.