Waking Up Were

This short shifter story is full of hilarity and fun. Okay, it does have some serious too as there is a rogue wolf running around that needs to be put down. But, the fun is more of this story than the serious. After all, it’s not every day that you find out your good friend changes into a wolf. And, why does a dog bite mean Brenna is going to change into one too? Obviously Brenna’s not the only one who had too many margaritas! Now, you can’t forget the romance part of this story either. Besides one sexy alpha, there is some sweetness that comes out amongst the I want sex vibe. All together this is a wonderful story and I plan on finding more stories by this terrific author.

When Brenna Davis’s boyfriend dumps her, she goes on a drinking binge only to end up having a dog bite her. It figures. But, when her friend tells her that it wasn’t a dog, Brenna is sure she’s lost her mind. Declan Ross is the alpha of the local werewolf pack. He’s been checking out all the victims of a rouge werewolf. So far, no one has been turned but it’s only a matter of time. Time has run out, when he learns Brenna is going to change. This isn’t going to be pretty!

Book Blurb for Waking Up Were

What’s a gal to do when a dog bite isn’t a dog bite and her boss makes her want to howl at the moon?

When her ex dumps her, the only thing Brenna Davis can think to do is drown her sorrows in a margarita—or ten. So she does, and all that got her was a serious headache and some weird bite on her arm. For some reason, she isn’t convinced it came from a dog…

Alpha of the Swan Mountain werewolf pack, Declan Ross, has two things on his to-do list:

1. Kill the damned rogue wolf in his territory.

2. Find the damned rogue’s newest victim before it chews its way through half the mountain.

Of course, when he finally finds the tempting, deliciously curved, blue-eyed woman he adds a third item to his list: keep Brenna Davis all to himself…forever.

**This novella previously appeared in the On the Growl anthology.**

Night Owl Reviews Mar, 2015 5.00