Book two in the Exotic Wolves Series

Prince Charming is what she wanted, but a modern day hero is what she got.

Sasha can't stand the latest addition of the Gray Wolves family: Max's mate, Chloe. As a child, Sasha has always had a fairytale fantasy of how her life would be and when her Prince Charming, Max, chooses another female for his mate, she runs away from her pack. She thinks life as a stray is easy, until she meets a Black Wolf in a ...

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Book two in the Exotic Wolves Series

Prince Charming is what she wanted, but a modern day hero is what she got.

Sasha can't stand the latest addition of the Gray Wolves family: Max's mate, Chloe. As a child, Sasha has always had a fairytale fantasy of how her life would be and when her Prince Charming, Max, chooses another female for his mate, she runs away from her pack. She thinks life as a stray is easy, until she meets a Black Wolf in a bar. Her pack warned her all her life of how dangerous and malicious they are, but there is a sudden attraction between the two, one she can't ignore.

Diego is a stray that once belonged to the Black Wolves pack. Having left because of his pack's malicious ways, he'd been living a good life on his own-until he spots a stray female on Black Wolf territory. She is the forbidden fruit that he can't have yet when he gives in to take a sample, he finds himself risking his life to have more.

The two are caught in a whirlwind of danger and passion. Sasha's pack would never consider letting a Black Wolf join their ranks and Diego isn't about to let Sasha leave the protection of the Gray Wolves. It seems like an impossible situation for both until a tragedy comes about and forces the two to combine forces. Can Sasha and Diego overcome the problems around them find true love in each other?

Reader Advisory: This book is best read in sequence as part of a series.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780857151322
  • Publisher: Totally Bound Publishing
  • Publication date: 5/31/2010
  • Series: Exotic Wolves , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 61
  • Sales rank: 1,223,243
  • File size: 187 KB

Meet the Author

Lexie’s love for writing began when she wrote her first play in fourth grade. With a big imagination and love for creating worlds, she wrote several more scripts that have placed first in contests. She loves to read but didn’t pick up a romance novel until high school and fell in love with the genre. Now she writes steamy stories, with heartfelt characters, letting her imagination take her wherever it may go.
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It felt good to be free. Sasha sat at the bar and put in her order for a drink before she glanced around the smoky room. With Max now mated to Chloe, she decided she had to get out of that house. The lustful looks, the intense kisses, the hours spent in their room—it all made her physically sick. How could he not see how much Sasha loved him?

Before he'd left to service the newbie, Sasha told him she'd wait for him. She wanted him to know she would be there after he cleared his head and came back to his pack. Janie's death had taken a huge toll on him. He'd only been helping her during her first change and she turned on him, wanting his blood. Sasha had wanted to help him and he had run away.

The bartender brought her the drink and she sipped it. When Max had come back, he'd been different. Immediately, Quinn had thrown him into another case of helping a new wolf through her transition—Chloe. And Max had fallen in love with her. Tears filled Sasha's eyes as she nursed her broken heart. She couldn't stand to be around them any longer.

"Vodka tonic," a guy said to her right. She glanced over at him and he smiled. "You new here?"

She'd travelled nearly fifty miles from the Grey Wolves' land with the hopes of never spotting one of her pack mates out and about.

"Just passing through." She sipped her drink. Where she planned on going was still up for debate.

He pulled up the seat next to her and sat. "Where are you headed?"

She sniffed at the air. In a bar full of humans, the scent of one lone wolf seeped through the room. A male wolf who definitely called to her inner female. She turned, glancing over her shoulder at room. There was nobody she knew, and the scent was definitely one she didn't recognise. Who was he? What did he want?

The man beside Sasha kept talking and she tuned him out, nodding occasionally. She considered herself a lone wolf now, a stray, and knew the dangers of being one. Which was why she decided to head to humanland. It was on rare occasions wolves associated with humans. She thought she'd be safe. But with a male lurking around, her fear spiked up a notch.

"Uh, I do hate to interrupt you"—Sasha handed the bartender money and grabbed her jacket—"but I need to go."

She moved away from the bar, casually glancing around for someone out of place. She found nothing. Maybe her senses were messed up. Maybe she was used to being around males and she missed it. Dreamt it. Maybe she was losing her fucking mind. The possibility of the last one was probable. And it definitely explained why she was jittery.

Taking a deep breath and forcing herself to calm down, she opened the door and stumbled into someone on the other side. Arms wrapped around her and held her in place while the wolf scent grew stronger.

"Are you okay, miss?"

She inhaled and pushed away from him. His eyes were a deep blue, capturing her and holding her immobile. She swallowed hard as her heart sped up. He had long black hair and tan skin. Stay calm. She glanced at his six-foot-two frame and took in the black leathers he wore. There was no doubt in her mind that the man standing before her was the wolf she'd sensed.

He snapped his fingers in front of her eyes. "Hello? Can you hear me?"

"Yes." Her voice sounded raspy. She cleared her throat. "I'm fine. Sorry for running into you."

"That's okay." His gaze didn't waver. "You need to be more careful though. A woman like you shouldn't be around here at night, alone."

She nodded and backed away from him. "I'm going home."

Sasha moved past him and headed towards the nearby woods. She needed to go somewhere else. Somewhere even farther. Home wasn"t an option anymore.

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