Werescape VII: Blackberry Wine

Werescape VII: Blackberry Wine

by Skhye Moncrief

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Overview

Werescape VII: Blackberry Wine by Skhye Moncrief

Genre: Shifter romance
Length: 45,000-word novella (180 pages if released in print)
Heat Level: Spicy-carnal

Blurb:
To drink or not to drink? Either choice just might be the death of Colt because Hell hath no fury like a Raven scorned.

In the blink of an eye, Raven lost it all but regained a future. That's when she was ten. Thirteen years later, she's come full circle. In her breeding prime, attractive, wealthy, and powerful, she's what every Normal and Shifter dreams of possessing. But she's not about to let a man make decisions for her. She can kick-ass with repairing machinery and running a homestead. Then the world stops when she sees him�

Bound by blood and honor, Shifter Colt can't shake the way his Wolf craves Raven. But he must because his brother found her first. And why does she fall into her little awestruck trances whenever her gaze falls upon Colt? His Wolf demands Colt sink his fangs into the salty flesh of the sexy female who can't function when he's nearby.

And everywhere Raven turns, she faces an even worse chapter in the Werescape's Shootout at her supposed-to-be Okay Corral. Well, thank goodness every girl has a few tricks up her sleeve--fast draw, guts, all the muscles of one magnificent guardian Shifter, and a few bottles of her special-recipe brew�Temptation never uncorked a sweeter seduction than 2065's BLACKBERRY WINE.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940015888270
Publisher: Skhye Moncrief
Publication date: 10/27/2012
Series: Werescape , #7
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 611 KB

About the Author

Educated in geology and anthropology, writing lured Skhye away from finishing her thesis in (bioarchaeology) anthropology. Aside from muscled men in fur, leather, denim, and kilts, Skhye loves cultural ecology, cultural evolution, cultural relativism, and natural processes. Big ideas. Simple concepts that manifest in world building to crazy people like Skhye who studied anthropology and geology before turning to writing romantic fiction. Her rule of thumb is to love the good, the bad, and the ugly of every culture in her tales so that every culture in her tales and every aspect of her stories resonates as real as possible. And yes, she's "certifiably" geek.

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