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Locked away for sharing her mother’s predatory affliction, Bianca has spent her life viewing the world through books and the single window of her tower cell. When a fateful night leads to her escape, she quickly discovers that freedom is not all she dreamed it would be.
Pursued by huntsmen and unable to assimilate into human society, Bianca takes refuge with members of her own kind. The males of her new pack teach her to embrace her inner wolf, and to surrender to her most carnal desires.
Feral Heat is a coming of age romance. It is Book One of a trilogy and contains explicit content.
From New York Times & USA Today Bestselling Author, Viola Rivard
Documentarian Ginnifer Castillo gets the opportunity of a lifetime when she’s accepted into a secluded pack of arctic wolf shifters. While her goal is to show a different side of the misunderstood species, she finds herself increasingly drawn to the pack’s captivating alpha, Zane.
From the moment he catches Ginnifer’s scent, Zane’s inner wolf is enraptured. Claiming her as his mate could have catastrophic consequences for his pack, but his abundant self-control is no match for this beguiling human.
For Mila Foster, the idea of becoming an alpha wolf’s mate is so tantalizing that she is willing to leave her human life behind to join the Lazarus pack. Their alpha, the handsome and sensual Asch, is more than she could have ever hoped for, and Mila is beyond ready to surrender herself to him. That is, until she finds out that the Lazarus pack has a second alpha, the dominant and primitive Caim.
Caim’s wolf lurks very close to the surface. He likes the lean and taut females of his own kind, women who can handle the aggressive mating he enjoys. He has no interest in Mila, that is, until he gets his hands on her lush curves.
Claimed by the Alphas: Part One is 17,000 words of werewolf/BBW romance. It is the first entry in the Claimed series, chronicling Mila Foster's efforts to hold her new pack together by accepting the claim of both of its alphas.