Pack Council

Pack Council

by Crissy Smith
     
 

Alpha Council Representative Kurt Moore has his hands full with his investigation into the Church for Humanity…and that's before he meets the woman who throws his world into chaos.

Alpha Council Representative Kurt Moore is settling into the town of Lovington, California and his new position. He's busy gathering information on the five chapters of

Overview

Alpha Council Representative Kurt Moore has his hands full with his investigation into the Church for Humanity…and that's before he meets the woman who throws his world into chaos.

Alpha Council Representative Kurt Moore is settling into the town of Lovington, California and his new position. He's busy gathering information on the five chapters of the Church for Humanity, making plans to take down the Church and protect his fellow wolves. He's dedicated all his time and energy to his work. He's content and happy, even if he is a little lonely. Then he meets Savannah Conley, the new deputy, and everything changes. Savannah is such a perfect match for him that Kurt starts to question himself and his needs.

Savannah Conley is instantly attracted to the quiet shifter she's introduced to by her best friend. She'd accepted the open position for the Sheriff's department and was looking forward to laying down some roots.

The more time she spends around Kurt, the more convinced she is that Kurt is meant to belong to her. She might only be a human, but she knows deep down that the dark-haired shifter belongs to her. She doesn't have a lot of time to persuade the stubborn shifter to get him on board, though. A wolf shifter who had gone undercover with the Church has disappeared and Kurt is on the hunt. Savannah does what she can through legal means, but knows Kurt will do whatever he'll have to in order to ensure the wolf's safety.

Enemies try to tear them apart. But Kurt and Savannah will show that they are stronger together…and can defeat their adversary.

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

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781781848821
Publisher:
Totally Entwined Group Ltd
Publication date:
12/27/2013
Series:
Were Chronicles , #9
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
93
Sales rank:
145,923
File size:
238 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

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Kurt had the latest reports spread out in front of him covering every inch of his desk. His best friend, the new Lead Council guard Clint Price, had more in his lap across from him.

“Five chapters,” Clint murmured.

Kurt glanced up at him before darting a look over to the map they’d placed on one wall. The five chapters of the Church for Humanity were marked with a big red X.

There was a chapter close to their location. Too close for Kurt’s comfort since Clint had been taken by a couple of members of the Church only weeks ago.

The people directly involved had been arrested and the others members denied any involvement in Clint’s kidnapping.

Kurt was certain the entire Church was still up to no good, and with law enforcement’s hands being tied, Kurt had to watch out for his own people. Police couldn’t go after anyone else without proof, but Kurt didn’t have the same restrictions. His entire mission was to end the Church’s threat to the shifters.

“California, Arizona, Texas, Missouri and Louisiana.” Clint stood to start pacing in front of the map. “Why those states? What are they up to?”

Kurt knew his friend was frustrated. Hell, they all were. He leant back in his chair.

“Those are the states with the biggest public Packs,” he supplied.

Clint shook his head. “Even so… There’s something…”

The shifters around the world had worked with their governments and leaders to announce their existence. The purpose for this was to ensure that even in their animal forms, they were protected.

Too many shifters lost their lives each year after being hunted.

The Alpha Council, a group of Alpha wolf shifters, governed and watched over the wolf shifters. They had appointed people to make the transition as smooth as possible.

No Pack was made to go public either. Each Alpha had the choice—become public or stay hidden. About sixty-five percent had chosen to become public. The others were still protected, just not to anyone else’s knowledge.

The Council had tried to make sure everyone was protected. They’d known there would be resistance. But Dan Carter and the Church he’d started were more than just the usual threat. They were organized and wanted the shifters gone.

Clint snapped his fingers. “Those five states are the ones that had the most opposition from their state representatives on shifters!”

Kurt jerked in his seat and looked back at the map. He thought back to when they’d first come out. Damn, Clint was right.

When the government had gone to the Senate and House about the reveal of the shifters, several members of those five states had opposed shifter protection laws. A few had even wanted the shifters gathered up and imprisoned.

Kurt stood beside Clint. “They are getting help,” he stated in disbelief. “The Church has to have some powerful people behind them.”

Clint nodded. “I think so.”

“I need to call a meeting. I think we’re onto something,” Kurt informed him.

Clint slapped his back. “Finally!”

Kurt walked over to the phone on his desk and dialed Council Alpha Babcock’s number. Alpha Babcock was Kurt’s immediate boss. He was a good older Alpha, a man Kurt had really come to respect and admire. Thirty years ago he’d overseen a Pack in the wide plains of Oklahoma. He’d given his Pack over to his younger brother in order to join the Council.  

“Hello.”

“Alpha Babcock,” Kurt greeted.

“How many times have I told you to call me Tim?” Alpha Babcock asked with a laugh.

“Sorry, sir,” Kurt replied. It was ingrained in him to show respect to any Alpha. He just couldn’t help it.

Alpha Babcock just sighed. “Fine. What have you got?”

“I think Clint and I have found something. Is there any way you and Alpha Conrad could swing by my office?” he requested.

“We were just breaking for dinner. Give us fifteen minutes and we’ll be there.”

“That would be great. I’d like Tony to join us also,” Kurt added.

“I’ll see to it. See you soon.”

 

Meet the Author

Crissy Smith lives in Texas with her husband, daughter, and three Labrador retrievers. The three dogs love to curl up under her computer desk and nap while she writes. It doesn't leave a lot of room for her but what's a woman to do?
When not writing or reading, she enjoys hunting, camping and shooting. But she has a girly side too and is addicted to pedicures and coffee.
She has been writing since she was a teenager and still loves everything to do with the paranormal. Her stories and characters all have a place in her heart. She loves the alpha male, the dominant werewolf, or the Master vampire which find their way in most of her books.
Learn more about the characters she has created at her website where they have their very own page. It will be updated from time to time to let you know what's going on with them. Also you can find out who will be in the next book.

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