Woodland Creek Series.
30 Authors. 30 Shifter Stories.
One Epic Release Day.
The Woodland Creek Series is an innovative and collaborative collection of Shifter stories set in one town, each with a guaranteed Happily Ever After.
Mina’s Revenge by J.M. Witt -- Her powers are changing and they're more than the bloodline inheritance from her mother. Amazon
Sinful Instincts by J.D. Hollyfield -- She was his temptation, and he was her ultimate Sin. Amazon
Dream Catcher by M.C. Cerny -- Happenstance brought Kerri Harper to Woodland Creek, but will she stay for the wolf intent on mending her broken heart? Amazon
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- Always Loyal, a Michael Stokes photography book
- Exhibition, a Michael Stokes photography book
- $20 to your choice of Amazon, B&N, or Starbucks
EXCERPT from "Wicked Jackal" by Cherie Marks:
He turned away from the counter and nailed her with his golden-eyed gaze. She pulled back with a gasp and realized he’d looked directly at her as if he’d known where she was all along. Did he feel that freaky connection thing between them, too? The thought of that weirded her out and thrilled her all at the same time. She finally understood what Dasha had meant by that moment. Did she just see her forever future in the mystery guy’s eyes? But she didn’t even know his name.
After a few minutes, she dared look out from her hiding spot and saw him sitting at a table toward the front of the café with his back to her now. She eased out and rushed to the counter as quickly as she could where Beatrice was waiting with a knowing grin.
As Tasia drew closer, Beatrice rested her hands on either side of the register and said, “You might try talking to him some time.”
“What and ruin my perfect record of invisibility?”
“But you’re clearly not invisible to him. You’re on his radar. He spotted you before I did, girl.”
Tasia couldn’t tamp down the leap of her heart at Beatrice’s revelation. Then, reality invaded. Being noticed was bad. Very, very bad. If she wasn’t careful, she’d lose everything she’d worked hard these past few months to build in this town. And she liked this town. Woodland Creek was different than most places. It was a town where a multitude of shifters lived among humans, even if the humans weren’t in on that reality. There were even some wizards here, and though Tasia was raised in a pack of Golden Jackal shifters, she’d never grasped the diversity of the paranormal world. This place was amazing and she wasn’t ready to rush away anytime soon.
“Does not matter. Right now, I need to focus on my classes. I do not have time for romance.”
“Who said anything about romance? I was thinking a hot, sweaty night between the sheets would be just what the best friend ordered. I might not be a doctor, but I’m not averse to playing one every now and then, if you know what I mean.”