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To find her way back to the light, she’ll have to follow the howl…
When her disturbed, drug-addicted husband drops her off a balcony, nearly killing her, Libby has had enough. It’s time to reclaim her life, starting by running away to a cabin at the foot of the Cascade Mountains.
There she finds welcome solitude—until a dead car battery leaves her stranded and alone on a frigid night. Her rescuer is a man with a name as unusual as his looks, and a white wolf at his side.
Equally isolated, but for very different reasons, Bodhi is drawn to Libby’s fragile, wounded spirit. Their erotic connection is strong from the start, but helping her risks exposing the secrets of his wolf companion, Stavros, to an unforgiving world.
Libby’s refuge doesn’t last long. When danger comes hard and fast in the form of a husband determined to drag her back into his nightmare, the three of them must trust each other—with all their secrets—to escape the past’s long, deadly reach.
Warning: This book includes a violent ex-husband, a white wolf, two sexy heroes, a marathon threesome, and a heroine discovering her voyeuristic side.
Previous Book: Alien Terrain
Dinah Kelley has a warm heart but she's hardly noble. When she offers up her home to a displaced alien, after an Earth First attack, generosity isn't her only motivation. She's been a widow for two years, alone and very short on company, especially the sexy company Backusian males are known to provide. As a founding member of the Body House, the man she's let into her home knows exactly what to do with his considerable assets. He can give her healing sex, transcendent sex or just the filthy dirty sex that Dinah has in mind.
Malcolm wakes in Dinah's home more than ready to oblige her with the spate of screaming orgasms she's after, but he also has to keep her safe. And there are many dangers circling around her--he can see them even if she can't. There's the danger he brings with him and the danger that she's courted living on her own surrounded by disreputable men. Caring for each other in the middle of such dark and violent times will bring a danger all its own.
On the day Jane Bard leaves her husband, finding a severely beaten alien tied up in the garage is not part of her carefully laid plans. Her own escape is dangerous enough without trying to save a stranger, but Jane can’t turn her back on anyone in need. Not even a prostitute from some unheard of planet.
Raj is a Bod, a man who came to Earth to work in brothels known as Body Houses. He’s been kidnapped by Bill Dancer and Earth First to serve as victim in an execution infocast.
Jane rescues him and brings him to the relative safety of her hideout. She does her best to nurse his wounds. In the process she grows fond of him. Not fond enough to give him sex, however, and that’s the only thing he really needs.
Jane can’t stand sex. Raj can’t live without it. Locked in hiding together, the two have to negotiate the terms of their relationship. The process leads them both into unchartered sexual terrain. When Dancer manages to get his hands on Jane, Raj resorts to terrible violence threatening the deep but fragile bond the lovers share.
The Body House is an alien brothel inhabited by male prostitutes from the planet Backus. Backusians love their work and women love Backusians. But not everyone is so enamored of the alien presence. When the grassroots group Earth First breaks into the home of the brothel's wealthy owner, Amin Clay, his wife, Solange, refuses to run, preferring to face death with her husband than survive alone. Amin kills the leader of the group and he and Solange escape, but both of them are shaken by the danger they've just faced.
In a dark mood, Amin takes Solange to the Body House where she enjoys the skills of two Backusian lovers. Eventually, the call of pleasure reunites husband and wife and with the help of their two alien hosts, they explore the outer reaches of carnal delight.
Between Jack and Maris, the chemistry is hot enough to warrant many days and nights exploring where their mutual attraction might lead—if Maris were up for that. Being a smart girl with a rough background means she values her independence. Sex is fine, but only for a quick twenty-four hours.
Making love against a ticking clock would be a problem under any circumstances—on a jet-lagged, frantic day of taking part in a Parisian wedding, Jack could really do without the added pressure. While Jack attempts to seduce Maris into submission, the emotional wedding also helps convince her to take a chance on love, proving that sometimes a day is all it takes.
Book Length: Short Novel