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June 25, 2015
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June 27, 2015
Only four days left till the release of Romancing Her Wolf. With so many stellar stories to choose from, this collection has something for everyone. What are reviewers saying?
“A super Amazing collection!”

“Just finished this anthology. Couldn’t put it down. If you love shifter tales this one is definitely for you!”

“10 fantastic tales of hot wolves finding their future.”

“Usually when I read an anthology/boxed set, I find only a few of the books that are really worth reading. This time I found that I absolutely LOVED every single book!!”

Under Her Spell (Keystone Predators, Book 1) by Brandy Walker
Diego wants Daphne as his mate instantly and is ready to do whatever it takes to make her his. Part wolf, and part witch, Daphne is a little more skeptical of the situation. Her wolf is telling her to go for it while her witchy side balks, knowing Diego will try to suppress her more enchanted side.

Excerpt

“Is everything okay?”
“Yes. Just family stuff.” She gave him a
strained smile that didn’t reach her eyes. “Are we going to go or sit here for
a while longer?”
Diego snorted, she certainly didn’t have a
problem speaking up. He threw the truck in gear and forced his attention to the
road in front of him. His body pulsed with a longing he was still trying to
wrap his brain around. It would be best to focus on her immediate needs. Protect. Nourish. Mate. Love. He shook
the foreign thoughts from his head. “Is there something in particular you’d
like to eat?”
Out of the corner of his eye, he saw Daphne
purse her lips and tap a pink tipped finger against them. “Nope,” she said,
scrunching up her nose. “I’m open to suggestions. The last thing I ate was a
bagel this morning in North Carolina around six.”
Diego’s only response was to grunt. He didn’t
like that she hadn’t eaten, but it wasn’t his place to say anything. Yet. As he made his way onto the
highway, he debated the direction he wanted to go. If he went the faster route,
there was only one place to grab food along the way. If he drove through town,
she would have multiple places to choose from, but it’d take them longer than
he wanted, especially if there was traffic.
There was only one real choice. He’d take more
time with Daphne over a faster route any day. “Is fast food okay? Burgers or
tacos? Maybe a sandwich of some sort?”
“Chicken sandwich and sweet tea? That sounds
like heaven to me.”
“I can arrange that.” It didn’t take him long
to find a place to grab what she wanted. They zipped through the drive-thru and
were back on the road in no time. “So, you’re Gideon’s cousin?”
Diego glanced at Daphne as she wrapped her pink
lips around the straw in her drink and took a long sip. A shudder worked its
way down his spine at the sight. All he could envision now was what she would
look like on her knees with his cock thrusting between her supple lips, his
fingers threaded through her thick brown hair controlling the depth of each
plunge. An inadvertent groan escaped his throat.
“You okay over there?”
Diego made a noncommittal noise and turned his
attention back to the road. He had a feeling it would take all of his
concentration to get them home safely. There was something about this woman
that called to him on a primal level. Something his wolf was trying to tell
him, but the human part was too drunk on the intoxicating scent to hear.
Daphne laughed softly, the sound wrecking havoc
on his senses. “Yes, I’m Gideon’s cousin. Our fathers are brothers.”
That drew his gaze again. There was no way they
were related through their fathers. Daphne didn’t look anything like the
Deckard side of the family. Tall, dark, and deadly. “Really? But your last name
isn’t Deckard.”
“Well, you don’t have to be married to have a
kid.”
“Oh.” Diego clamped his mouth shut. She was
completely right.
“Shocking, isn’t it,” she snickered. “My
parents had a one-night fling, and I was the result. Dad wasn’t around when I
was born, so Mom gave me her last name.”
“They didn’t want to get married?”
Daphne let out a full-bodied laugh then. The
sexy sound making his wolf howl. “No. They aren’t exactly…compatible.”
“They were compatible enough to have sex.”
“Aren’t most people?”
Diego chanced a look at her again. She’d
twisted in the seat slightly so she faced him. Her long brown hair was wavy and
lush. It cascaded over her shoulders, falling over the tops of her large
breasts, which he had to say were magnificent. The creamy, plump globes were
pushed up, and the tops exposed by the black, scooped neck shirt she wore. He
let his gaze wander lower, taking in her flared hips and tight jeans. Jesus, he
bet her ass was full, and the perfect fit for his large hands.
“Diego?” She asked, bending slightly to make
eye contact.
He shook his head and turned back to the road.
“Yeah, I think most people are.”

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More about Brandy Walker


Brandy
is a paranormal romance author who, on occasion, likes to dabble with
contemporary. She’s addicted to MDK shows and who-done-its. You’ll almost never
see her without some type of skull paraphernalia on and is always dreaming of
more tattoos.
Brandy
is a Navy brat, prior enlisted Army, current Army wife, and mom. She lives in
Virginia with her husband of almost 20 years, their three kids and
one dog. Find out more about Brandy at www.brandywalker.net.
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