Greyson shouldn't be alive. As the runt of the litter, his mother left him to die in the wilderness. Picked up by Drew, son of the Alpha, he is adopted into the Tao Pack. Rather than living a charmed life, he lives his days alone, tormented by his abandonment and his unique appearance. His soul yearns for acceptance, peace, and closure.
Willow could be the answer to Greyson's prayers, or the very death of him.
|Publisher:||Decadent Publishing Company, LLC|
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.31(d)|
About the Author
I grew up in Philadelphia, home of the most amazing cheese steaks, soft pretzels, oh and the Liberty Bell. My husband and I began our own family in New Jersey, and just a few years ago, Arizona called to my spirit and tempted my husband with much better weather! We moved our family, and the rest is history, or the present, as the case may be!
These are a few of my favorite things: writing and reading of course, chocolate, music with lyrics or melodies that speak to me, soaking baths, singing in the shower, dancing with my buds, romantic dancing with my hubbie, scrapbooking, watching my girls enjoy what they love to do, and laughing at jokes. Visit my website for the latest news and available books: www.deenaremiel.com.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Disquieted Souls was an enjoyable paranormal read.I loved that Willow was a fashion photographer that secretly yearned to photograph nature. I thought that was a great way to bring her into the paranormal world. Though short, it has everything in it to make up a good story. Romance, action and wolves! What more could you ask for?
Willow and Greyson are terrific characters and I wish the format had allowed us to get to know them better. I think Willow accepted Greyson way too fast and considering his life I think he didn’t get angry enough at the intruders. I loved watching these two “broken” souls find each other. I will admit to crying ugly tears after the scene with Greyson and his mother. Pick this up when you have the time because you won’t put it down.