The Werewolf Cure [Luna Werewolves 8] (Siren Publishing Everlasting Classic ManLove)by Marcy Jacks
[Siren Everlasting Classic ManLove: Erotic Alternative Paranormal Romance, M/M, werewolves, HEA] After former officer Scott Randell was kidnapped by crazy werewolves, and then kidnapped again by an even crazier rival pack, he's about had it. Eric Knight only just found his mate after the man was caught snooping around dead werewolf bodies, and after the man was kidnapped, he's on a mission to get him back and turn him into a werewolf. The problem is that he needs Scott's consent, and Scott isn't all that willing. He doesn't want to be a monster, no matter how gorgeous Eric is and how much he wants to be with the man, and now Eric has to convince him that being a werewolf doesn't have to be like what he's seen in the movies. There is a risk to Scott's life in giving him the bite, however. Because even though it could save Scott's life, there's no telling whether the changes in his body would negatively affect his cancer and kill him anyway. ** A Siren Erotic Romance Marcy Jacks is a Siren-exclusive author.
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If only. If only werewolves and supernaturals existed, and the love of my life, like Scott is to Eric, could have been cured. I guess because of how close to home this book hit, I adored Scott and Eric the most out of all the couples I've seen so far. "The sound of Scott’s heartbeat. It wasn’t there anymore. Eric listened, waiting and waiting, his body tense and shaking with what he knew was happening. There was no gasping for breath, and his heart wouldn’t start up again, and no matter how much Eric focused his ears, he couldn’t hear it thumping beneath Scott’s chest, as though it had simply decided to turn down the volume. Eric’s eyes were wide, but he refused to acknowledge what that meant. Scott’s body was so still as Eric held him, and he squeezed the man tighter, refusing to let him go, as if ignoring what he knew had just happened would somehow make it go away." (Oh, Marcy, you have no idea how horrible this feeling is, believe me, I do.)