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Lyssa's is to submit. While the human part of Lyssa rebels against the iron fist of her domineering alpha, the wolf in her is unable to resist his every advance.
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Caught between the primal draw of her instincts and her desire for independence, she finds comfort in the company of Hawthorne, another wolf living on the outskirts of the pack hierarchy. But as Lyssa's attraction to Hawthorne grows, she begins to realise that his instinct may prove even more dangerous than her own. The alpha is watching them, and Lyssa must learn to control her animal nature, or be consumed by it.
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Wild Instincts - Complete Edition contains all nine parts of the original serial novel by Claudia King. Part one can be downloaded for free at most retailers for an extended preview. Claudia King is a writer based in the United Kingdom, she studied Creative Arts at university and continues to maintain a passionate interest in storytelling both erotic and non-erotic!
She owns a banana plant. Just an average section of Running Deer National Forest. No one was around, and the area was clear of camping gear and human supplies. I perched on a sturdy tree limb, and it groaned a little under our weight. While most ravens were about three pounds, I was closer to thirty, approximately the size of a cinereous vulture. Not conspicuous at all, right? They keep their eyes at ground level, not paying much attention to what goes on above their heads. The shiny object below beckoned my raven closer, but I couldn't be sure this wasn't some kind of trap.
Call me paranoid, but that was the sort of thinking that kept me alive. I didn't see anyone else nearby, though: people, animals, or those in-between. The longer I sat there, the more I felt a heaviness in the air, as if someone had recently thrown a lot of magic around. The sensation nearly made me decide to fly away, but my raven krawed at me.
She thought I was acting like a coward, and that was definitely not me. The thought of the glimmer had entered into her mind, and once she was set on something, there was only one way to satisfy her curiosity. This book is exciting right from the beginning! The story line is fantastic and the characters are awesome! Charlotte stretched up on tiptoes and pressed a kiss to his lips. She hurriedly pulled on her dressing gown, then sat in front of her vanity and picked up her brush. Joe opened the window and jumped out. Only the faint sound of his boots hitting the ground gave him away.
The soft footsteps stopped outside her door. Charlotte ran the brush through her brown hair, pulling at a few tangles. She hoped Betsy would go back to sleep and not disturb her. After a brief pause and another squeak, the footsteps retreated again. Charlotte sighed in relief, but she waited a moment more. When she was sure it was safe, she dashed across the room and closed the window. She glanced out to see Joe heading toward the main street. His gaze turned to meet hers as if he knew she was there.
He smiled and tilted his hat. From the shadows, a group of four men rushed at Joe. Her eyes widened, and she placed her palms against the windowpane. Desperation punched her in the gut. What had caused The rapid sound of boots hitting dirt next to him penetrated his thoughts. Damn it. Twisting around, he faced the four men, wondering what they wanted.
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Her father would never let Joe near his daughter again if he knew. The men closed in on him, standing much closer than Joe felt comfortable with. One of the men, a guy with graying hair who looked to be their leader, stepped forward. Thanks for the offer. He turned to see one of the men holding a gun. He cursed himself for being so distracted.
When Sylvi comes home to find someone lurking in the apartment she shares with her boyfriend, she realizes her life is in danger. Lukas arrives in time to defend her from the intruder, but she's shocked to learn Lukas is really a werewolf! Can their love survive his revelation? Sylvi Monroe rubbed her eyes as she unlocked the door to the apartment she shared with her boyfriend.
She tossed her keys in a basket on the side table and then shut the door behind her. Taking a deep breath, she leaned back against the door. Her wet blazer clung to her skin, and she peeled it off before hanging it on the coat rack. A shiver ripped through her as cool air from the air conditioning touched her skin.
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Traffic had been horrible, and then it'd been almost impossible to find a good parking spot. She'd had to run the couple of blocks in torrential rain. Her landlord needed to think about assigned parking, but what could she do? Nothing, really. Sylvi walked to the bathroom, stripping off layer after layer of clothing as she went.
She sighed and leaned over the sink, staring at herself in the mirror. Her dark hair was plastered to her head, and mascara trailed down her cheeks. She looked like a drowned rat. A nice hot shower was just what she needed after the day she'd had. If only Lukas were here, he'd know just the thing to say to make her feel better. His job forced him to travel a lot, and she hated it.
Nothing she could do about it though. He enjoyed his work, which was more than she could say about her own employment. Most days she wanted to throw the pillow over her head and scream at the alarm clock.
Shaking the thoughts away, she grabbed a towel from the linen closet, then stepped into the shower and cranked on the hot water. The feeling of warmth and heat pushed deep into her bones, helping to eradicate the chill within her. A smile spread across her lips. This was the best moment she'd had all day. Maybe she had been too pessimistic. Her crappy day at the office didn't really matter, nor did the lack of parking her apartment building provided. After her shower, she'd change into a nice set of pajamas, curl up in bed, and try to call Lukas.
And if she couldn't get in contact with him, she'd cozy up with one of the romance novels she'd picked up yesterday. There, that was a good plan. Sylvi turned off the shower and dried herself. She wrapped the large bath towel around her then set off to grab the cordless phone from the living room. There weren't any flashing lights on the phone to indicate that Lukas had called. Disappointment fluttered in her chest before she shoved it away.
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She headed for the bedroom and paused in the hallway, staring at the closed door. Had she closed it this morning? Lukas couldn't be here since he would have come out to greet her. However, he wouldn't close the bedroom door either. They had no reason to. She chewed on her lower lip and looked down at the phone. Her thumb hovered over the number nine. Should she call the police? What if no one was there? What if she'd had a strange memory lapse?