Fighting for Wolves (Shifter Country Wolves Book 2)


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Grey Macauley is in t-r-o-u-b-l-e. She’s new to Rustvale, but she’s already found a body in a dark alleyway -- and landed herself right in the middle of a shocking small-town murder investigation. Circumstances implicate Grey herself in the crime, and the sexy wolf shifter investigating the case isn’t fooled by Grey’s innocent good-girl facade.

Dane Sorenson is taking on the first homicide investigation Rustvale’s seen in thirty years, and the complications are piling up fast. The gorgeous girl who found the body isn’t telling him the truth, and Dane’s own mate Issac is definitely hiding something -- but Dane’s damned if he can figure out what. In the meantime, he needs answers… from his own mate, and the sexy woman he just can’t seem to leave alone.

Issac Yates has his own connection with Grey -- he found the fierce, curvy girl in an underground gambling den where they were both up to no good. A former champion wolf fighter, Issac is going to step into the ring one last time -- and Dane can’t find out. But when he meets Grey he knows instinctively that she’s the perfect woman to complete their triad… and all Issac’s carefully laid plans scatter with the wind.

Murder, lies, and lust will test their newfound connection… but will it bond them fast, or shatter them forever?

Fighting for Wolves is a standalone novella about two wolf shifters in love and the woman who completes them, complete with mystery, intrigue, and of course... a threesome with lots of SPICE!

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