Series: Bone & Magic #1
don’t mix …
isn’t like any human I’ve met before.
fear shifters, and for some reason he wants to help me forge peace between my
Pack and the town.
relationship morphs from unlikely allies to … more. And the more I’m around
Red, the more I crave him.
that matters when fate steps in, and I find myself leading the Pack.
My Pack will never accept him.
The people of Lethbridge will never accept me.
relationship with a human is the last thing I need.
Embry and I watched as the others moved to help their fallen friend.
the element of surprise. We could—”
savages and attacking the men wouldn’t solve our problems.
you’re being unreasonable.” Embry growled, a deep rumble in his chest that caused the humans to grow
still and silent, their eyes now turned in our direction.
that?” one man called out.
heard that growl, right?”
my gaze left then right, looking for our best means of escape. “Idiot,”
I said, but Embry was no longer listening. He crouched low to the ground, his
paws digging into the earth as he readied to strike.
all turned to one another, aware of our presence and uncertain of what to do. I
crouched beside him, my body pressed up against his side. “Don’t do this.”
I nudged Embry with my nose, urging him to retreat.
disappear deeper into the forest, leave the humans to their bidding. We’d
already driven them off their intended course—away from the Den and our
vulnerable. There was no need to remain now that the imminent risk had
approached together, their eyes wary and their weapons raised. Two others
shouldered their fallen man and slowly made their retreat.
their numbers. One of the humans carried a bow. He stepped forward, his piercing
eyes scanning every inch of his surroundings with cool efficiency. Unlike the
other men, he didn’t smell of fear. Darker skinned and with a militant stance,
he didn’t have any nervous ticks either. Trepidation flooded through my
me. He was an outsider and something told me he was the one we needed
to be wary of.
are only four of them,” Embry said, following my train of thought.
doesn’t matter. We can’t—”
all to hell—I
lunged after him, unwilling to leave him to fight alone.
of all things Urban Fantasy, and a cheerleader for the underdog in any given
story.If you’re looking for a heroine you can root for … someone who defies the odds
and gets up every time they’re knocked down … then look no further because
that’s what you’ll find in my books.
I hope you’ll join me in Aria Naveed’s adventures. She’s pretty badass if I do
say so myself.