The Alpha’s Secret will be available on Amazon (US and UK) and Barnes and Noble for just $0.99 for one day only. If you’ve been thinking about buying this fourth installment of the Stonewall Pack Alpha series, Sunday, April 7th is the day to do it!
Here’s a blurb and new excerpt from The Alpha’s Legacy to whet your appetite:
An overwhelming mating lust pulls mates together in this world where werewolves mate in threesomes. Sheriff Caleb Couteux comes to Marysburg to investigate Ted Seabolt, former Alpha of Stonewall pack, but gets more than he bargained for when he discovers his mates. Best friends for years, Fiona and Grady fought the love between them until the mating lust draws them together…with Caleb. But Grady sees Caleb as an interloper, and Caleb feels left out of their twosome. Can they solve their relationship problems in time to face the trouble to come?
While Nate traded words with Caleb, Fiona swung between rage and extreme horniness. And the horniness was winning.
Especially since what Caleb said made sense. And this town of his seemed to mean a lot to him. More than just a place to live, he believed in it. She respected that. Her mother had waited decades for justice. Waiting a while longer so they could put on Caleb’s trial wouldn’t be the end of the world.
Which was good, because Fiona was having trouble thinking about anything other than getting her mates back to a hotel room. Any hotel room. Or the backseat of a car. Or a dimly-lit corner. It really didn’t matter.
She threaded her fingers through Caleb’s with one hand and took Grady’s hand with her other.
Caleb was still talking with Damian. “All I can do is promise that we’ll make it as speedy as possible,” Caleb said.
This had to end. They hadn’t even ordered their food yet. Fiona couldn’t think about anything but sex, and her family was raking her new mate across the coals. She stood, and everyone fell silent.
“I don’t know about Grady or Caleb, but I need to…” Now that the words were coming out of her mouth, she realized how inappropriate they’d all think it if she finished the sentence with ‛go make love to my mates.’
Apparently her silence tipped everyone off. Several of her new family members laughed.
“Go,” Jake said. “We’ll catch up with you all later.”
Fiona tugged on Caleb and Grady’s hands, not letting them go until she had to in order to wind through the tables full of people. Once they reached the street, she turned toward Caleb. “We have a car—”
He didn’t let her finish, just pulled her into his arms and kissed her. Her forehead bumped against the brim of his cowboy hat. His hands rubbed up and down her back, holding her tight and trying to pull her even closer.
Grady cleared his throat.
Caleb pulled back, just far enough to speak. “Thank you. I was having trouble stringing a sentence together.”
She squeezed him tighter. “Me too. A thought, I mean. Can’t think straight.”
Grady cleared his throat again. “Fiona.”
What was up with him? Why didn’t he join them? She didn’t move except to put her hand out in Grady’s direction. “Come here.”
He didn’t move. “I’ll just go get the car.” He had an odd look on his face.
Fiona stretched her arm toward him. “Come here.”