The Call

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Overview

Werewolves under the moon. City boys forced to accept their wilder side. Primal danger. The Call anthology has all this and more. Three stories give us an inside view of the life of the wolf.

Jourdan Lane, author of the popular Soul Mates series, gives us Instinct. Construction worker Ethan hates being a werewolf. He hates the man who made him what he is. When he meets Noah, he finds a fellow wolf who wants his help, and his body. Can he open up to Noah enough to put aside his ...

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Overview

Werewolves under the moon. City boys forced to accept their wilder side. Primal danger. The Call anthology has all this and more. Three stories give us an inside view of the life of the wolf.

Jourdan Lane, author of the popular Soul Mates series, gives us Instinct. Construction worker Ethan hates being a werewolf. He hates the man who made him what he is. When he meets Noah, he finds a fellow wolf who wants his help, and his body. Can he open up to Noah enough to put aside his fear? And what happens when the man who turned him wants him back?

Emily Veinglory pairs the small town werewolf Nate with the city boy Steven. When Steven's car breaks down at Nate's gas station, Nate figures he's found something worth keeping. He has secrets, though, and he might be too wild for the sophisticated Steven. Can he juggle his past and make a new life?

From BA Tortuga comes Home Fires, the story of Houston, who escapes torturous captivity to return to his mate, Jackson. Jackson welcomes Houston back to their remote New Mexico home, and sets about healing Houston, body and soul. Can they remove the scars that Houston can't hide? And can the two wolves escape the ghosts of the past when they come looking.

Run with this anthology today!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781603700870
  • Publisher: Torquere Press
  • Publication date: 7/28/2007
  • Pages: 260
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.55 (d)

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  • Posted August 11, 2010

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    I liked this short story, and I'm eager to read more about the mean and evil Jake.
    The local farmers are noticing bigger than normal wolf tracks. The thing isn't the size but that wolves haven't been around for a while. It's suspicious.
    Ethan is a werewolf, (I guess you could say he is a closeted were), who doesn't like his wolf. He's scared of his wolf and doesn't trust it, so he keeps it from those around him. When Noah Weber walks into his office to hire him for a job, he is not only surprised but pleased too, to find out that Noah wants only him and not his crew to do the job. (Who knew that you could do that with honey!) It will be Noah's challenge to get Ethan to see that they are meant to be together.
    Ethan is uncomfortable about being in a pack, because he has always been on his own, and because of the things that happened when he was with Jake. In addition to facing his fears of being part of a pack, and following his instincts instead of fighting his wolf, he must also win over the suspicious members of the pack.
    As soon as Ethan and Jake smooth things out not only between them but with the pack too, the pack is betrayed by one of their own and they are forced escape the mountain top. Who will make it out alive, and who is the traitor loyal to Jake?

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