Whether it is vampire rock stars or wolfy football players, Kristen Strassel has struck gold. "Running Wild" is a sexy sweet passion driven story of two unlikely characters who end up falling for one another on a reality show called, The Real Werewives of Alaska.
Naomi is a blogger and writes a travel blog so when her mother with dubious intent gets her on a reality show to find her a husband, Naomi makes the best of it as long as she remembers rule #1: No attachments just a one night stand and that's it. What she ends up getting is more than she bargained for.
Sebastian Connall has got his last chance at his dream of football but it has brought him back to a place that is bittersweet for him; Alaska. Years ago his brother kicked him out of his pack and his home; calling him a traitor. Now Sebastian is back as a member of the Bloodhounds football team and it is only a matter of time before his brother comes sniffing around. What Sebastian doesn't intend on is finding his destined mate; Naomi. He has to keep her safe, keep his football career afloat, and convince her that what they have is more than a one night stand.
I highly recommend this book and cannot wait for the next in the series.
The Alaska Bloodhounds are the newest team in the Continental Football Association. These wild shifters are rough and ready for the season.
They only need one thing: women.
Do you have what it takes to be a Real Werewife?
In this episode--
Sebastian Connall spent the last seven years running—from his twin brother, who kicked him out of his pack, from his wolf, and toward his chance to play football at the professional level. He thought his chance at having a destined mate disappeared when he lost his pack until a quirky travel blogger awakens his wolf.
Naomi Hart has her own agenda, and it’s not hooking up with a football player on a reality show. An all-expenses-paid trip to Alaska is a golden opportunity for her travel blog. But when a smokin’ hot werewolf with amber eyes and a chequered past approaches her at the Real Werewife party, she’ll reconsider her commitment-phobe ways.
Love is the one game Sebastian doesn't know how to play. And his brother won't play by pack rules. He already gave Sebastian one chance to leave Alaska alive. But this time, win or lose, Sebastian is done running.