A Wolf To Watch Over Me

A Wolf To Watch Over Me

by Sela Carsen


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In a future Earth, sometimes the Big Bad Wolf is the good guy. Hakon sidUlfr , a wolf shifter from another world, is better at killing than guarding, but quiet physicist Lauren Ivers will need all of his skills if they're going to live through the day.

Lauren should be at home, reading and eating take-out. Instead, she's on the run with the bodyguard she didn't know she had in a desperate bid to get off the planet before she becomes a casualty in an intergalactic cold war.

Hakon's deep instinct to protect the smart-mouthed scientist keeps her alive, but will she stay with him once his duty is done?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781518788758
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 10/26/2015
Pages: 48
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.12(d)

About the Author

Sela Carsen was born into a traveling family, then married a military man to continue her gypsy lifestyle. With her husband of 20+ years, their two teens, her mother, the dog, and the cat, she has finally (temporarily) settled in the Midwest. Between bouts of packing and unpacking, she writes paranormal and sci-fi romances, with or without dead bodies. Your pick.

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A Wolf to Watch Over Me 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
35 pages. This was a free book and I enjoyed it. A different take on the werewolf/ space alien. I hope this is an introduction to a longer series.
MoRWAReviewsSTL More than 1 year ago
A Wolf to Watch Over Me had me smiling from beginning to end. Assassin/Wolf-shifter Hakon has been assigned to guard human Scientist Lauren Ivers. It might’ve been nice if someone informed her of that fact. Once she realizes he’s not trying to kidnap her, they race across the city trying to reach safety and end up falling in love/lust in the process. This is a fast, fun, five-star read and I’d love to see Sela Carsen develop it into a full-length novel. (hint, hint)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Too short