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Tempted by the Wolf (Spell of the Shifters, Book 3)
     

Tempted by the Wolf (Spell of the Shifters, Book 3)

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by Trinity Lee
 
Journalist Ethan has a dream job working on a music magazine in Paris, and he's dating the gorgeous deputy editor, Guillaume. But there's only one catch: Guillaume is a wolf shapeshifter. This short but highly charged erotic romance (8300 words) contains one cute LA music correspondent, a heartstoppingly hot pair of Parisian wolves and some very graphic sex scenes

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Journalist Ethan has a dream job working on a music magazine in Paris, and he's dating the gorgeous deputy editor, Guillaume. But there's only one catch: Guillaume is a wolf shapeshifter. This short but highly charged erotic romance (8300 words) contains one cute LA music correspondent, a heartstoppingly hot pair of Parisian wolves and some very graphic sex scenes. Not suitable for under-18s

Product Details

BN ID:
2940045055932
Publisher:
Trinity Lee
Publication date:
10/31/2012
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
183 KB

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Former nightclub hostess Trinity Lee started writing erotica after she developed an addiction to reading it. She's got a thing for alien sex, but most of all she likes reading and writing stories about hot guys in bands, tattoo parlours, on surf beaches and anywhere else they can get down and dirty together.She is now on a mission to bring pleasure to as many people as possible with her scorching hot selection of sensual short stories.

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Tempted by the Wolf (Spell of the Shifters, Book 3) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
this is from a 5 book series. i love the characters in all five books. loved the story. even with the length of the books the characters seem well developed. i do think that this would have been a lot better had it been just one book, instead of series. the author seemed to forget in places what had been written in the other stories. plus, esp for the cost, i feel somewhat robbed. the first book is free, the others $2.99, so not bad. but the stories showed they were 90+ pages ended up being around 67. two books showed to be 250+ skipped pages. i guess this could have been a huge mix-up, but on TWO books. (ex. say you were on page 13, you'd move the next page and be on like 22. again, other than minor disappointments, the actual plot was great.