Wolf Creek Alpha (Texas Pack 1) (Wolf Creek Shapeshifters)

Wolf Creek Alpha (Texas Pack 1) (Wolf Creek Shapeshifters)

by Jo Ellen
Wolf Creek Alpha (Texas Pack 1) (Wolf Creek Shapeshifters)

Wolf Creek Alpha (Texas Pack 1) (Wolf Creek Shapeshifters)

by Jo Ellen



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Can a witch accept that she's the mate to an alpha werewolf? Rafe loves her deeply, now he has to convince her.

Visiting her friend in the small east Texas town of Wolf Creek, Lisa is shocked when she learns that shifters are real, and even more shocked when a light Fae warrior informs her she's a witch. But this is just the beginning of her journey...

Werewolves, shifters, light and dark Fae creatures. Who knew?

She'd always been a little intuitive, a little bit different. But wasn't everyone?

Rafe is the alpha of the east Texas pack and according to him, her mate. Keeping his new mate safe from an evil Fae will take the strength of his pack and the help of their magical friends.

The Queen of Faery gave all shifters the ability to change their mates in the enchanted water. Lisa will have to decide if she wants to enter the water with Rafe and make the change to be come a werewolf and be his mate forever.

Magical beings come together to banish evil once and for all.

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940148636656
Publisher: Jo Ellen
Publication date: 07/02/2012
Series: Wolf Creek Texas Pack Series , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Pages: 284
Sales rank: 680,943
File size: 498 KB

About the Author

Jo Ellen lives in North Texas with her husband and three kids, one dog, two cats, and a pond full of Koi.
She loves reading, gardening, and anything on HGTV and The Food Network.

Jo Ellen enjoys writing books about paranormal/supernatural individuals who work together to fight evil. Throw in a little humor with powerful women and the alpha males who want to protect them and you will see their personalities clash. In the best way, of course.

"I like my characters to have a sense of humor, with lots of dialogue. I try to make each character an individual so that reading my series does not come across as, different book...interchangeable names..."

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