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One werewolf: Free to a good home
Three months after becoming a shifter, my bloodthirsty beast fights me for control of our shared body. My boss is unhappy with my erratic behavior. And Claw --- the enticing alpha who made becoming a werewolf semi-palatable --- is avoiding me while I try to transfer my wolf to his human sister.
The transfer fails, but a vision promises I'll find mystical assistance on the other side of the country. Clinging to humanity during a problematic road trip in charge of human students, I'm left wondering whether my ordinary life will be there when I return for it.
And will Claw still speak to me when my wolf is gone?
This second book in Aimee Easterling's Moon Blind series follows Wolf Dreams.
A missing brother. A family-focused werewolf. An impossible choice.
Ember's large werewolf family has always been both her anchor and her support. But when a missing half-brother draws the twenty-something away from home for the very first time, bonds to her family are tested at every turn.
The milk-chocolate eyes of an off-limits human are the first threat to her pack commitment. Meanwhile, the local alpha is less interested in dark dangers facing human women and more intent upon eliminating his guest's ability to leave his territory ever again.
Can Ember protect innocents and track down her elusive sibling in time, or will the not-so-charming alpha cut off all ties to her home pack?