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Pack Daughter

Pack Daughter

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by Crissy Smith

The shifter world has announced their presence…and now must deal with the consequences.

Mike Jackson knew when the other members of his military unit started finding mates that his life would be heading for some major changes. The decision to leave the military was agreed upon but now that Mike is free, he is finding himself weary and bored.


The shifter world has announced their presence…and now must deal with the consequences.

Mike Jackson knew when the other members of his military unit started finding mates that his life would be heading for some major changes. The decision to leave the military was agreed upon but now that Mike is free, he is finding himself weary and bored. When the call comes in to assist a Pack facing dangerous threats, he is more than glad to help. He hopes getting back into the thick of things will calm him and his wolf.

Becca Nelson's heart is breaking at the horrible fires that are plaguing her town. Someone is out to destroy her community and they have no idea who it could be. Her father, the Alpha, makes a call for help and brings Mike into her life. Becca knows that Mike is the wolf for her the moment she meets him.

With a direct threat against Becca, an ex showing up, and a kidnapping, Mike and Becca may not have the time to save both the town and each other. It'll take everything Mike has in him to keep the Pack Daughter safe and give him time to place his claim. That is if Becca doesn't have to rescue him first…

Product Details

Totally Entwined Group Ltd
Publication date:
Were Chronicles , #7
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Barnes & Noble
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File size:
208 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

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Copyright © Crissy Smith, 2013
All Rights Reserved, Total-E-Ntwined Limited, T/A Total-E-Bound.

Excerpt From: Pack Daughter

Becca Nelson blew her bangs from her eyes and surveyed the mess that the old community center had turned into. The fire had been extremely hot and had burned quickly.

The community center was just the latest casualty in a line of local buildings that had been targeted for arson.

Becca raised her camera and started to click. In less than thirty seconds she had dozens of photos. The building still smoldering in the cool night air, the exhausted firefighters that had fought to save it, and the residents that looked on in horror and unease.

She’d already taken photos of the fire itself when it had still burned brightly. It was her job—she had to remain professional, even if the sight made her stomach hurt. The reality of what was happening right in front of her was devastating.

Sighing, she lowered the camera again. "Damn it," she mumbled under her breath, unable to understand why anyone would torch the building that had been the centerpiece for so many wonderful memories.

She’d attended her senior prom there, watched several of her friends perform mating ceremonies, and had even planned one for herself. Her ceremony had never taken place but the memories associated with it still made her smile. Now she felt her heart ache with the loss.

The fourth building burnt to the ground. What would be next? Who might be hurt or killed? Those questions haunted her and every resident of Riverwood.

For over a month, the city where she’d lived her entire life was slowly being taken from her. The first fire, a small one compared to tonight’s, had been just on the edge of town—an old farmhouse that had been converted into the town’s museum. When tourists wished to learn more about the first known wolf shifter community, they could stop by and pick up brochures and information.

With the help of the Alpha Council, the city of Riverwood, once on the brink of extinction, was now a hot, must-see tourist site.

Riverwood, population just over three thousand residents, had barely been surviving before the shifter world had gone public. Now, three months after the announcement, visitors flocked to the once forgotten town.

Businesses that had been boarded up and abandoned had been remodeled and now thrived. Families who had believed they would have to leave their homes to find work were now proud and happy in their hometown.

The changes had come quickly but had breathed new life into the Pack.

Then the fires had started. First the museum, then the school house, followed by the bank and now the community center.

Becca turned and walked back to her Tahoe. She packed away her things and turned to look one last time at the community center. She’d need to get the photos printed for both the police and the newspaper. It would be a long night and she didn’t look forward to seeing what she had captured—a memory that would forever be imprinted on the community.

As she stared back at the building, two bodies broke away from the small group of firefighters and made their way over to her. She offered a small smile to her two best friends when they reached her.

Kenny Moore and Todd Wilkins looked exhausted. Sweat soaked their T-shirts, their eyes were dark and serious, and they appeared almost dead on their feet.

Kenny shook his head. "I can’t believe this," he said quietly.

She would have hugged him but she didn’t think she could offer much comfort right then without breaking down herself. Todd clasped a hand on his shoulder and squeezed.

Kenny visibly relaxed. They loved one another, had committed themselves, although they had never taken the last step. She was a little jealous of them but had always supported them. The two of them had got her through the roughest patches of her life.

"Anything?" she asked, nodding towards the building.

Todd dropped his hand and turned to look at the community center that was now no more—rubble on the ground. "Same as before. It was too late by the time we got here. All we could do was stop the fire from spreading. It’s a complete loss."

"They keep getting closer to downtown," she admitted her fear. "And I can’t help but wonder, then what? The entire town or Alpha property could be next!"

Todd shook his head. "I don’t really want to find out. We have to stop this. So far no one’s been hurt but…"

He trailed off. Neither she nor Kenny wanted to be the one to finish the thought. They were all thinking it, but to say it out loud? No one wanted to be the one to go there.

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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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great story line but lacked the story. If more effort was put into the book it could have been great. This author has a gift for writing but didn't deliver, what could of been with a little more imagination, written pages, well just developed the story would have made this book worth the purchase. I can't help but feel I wasted my money. The sex scenes were ok, and probably the whole basis for the book. I enjoyed the writing style but the author sold themselves short. This seemed more like an outline, not the final product. I hope in the future this author expands more on the stories. At this point I don't think I will read any more books from this author. Sad since her words flow well but the story doesn't evolve.
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