A Wolf's Honor by L.E. Wilson
War is coming.
Marc Kincaid has one shot to convince a rival pack that their only chance at survival is to form an alliance. Nothing will stop him from protecting what's his. Until he runs across an unexpected glitch—a bonnie Fae lass with curves capable of unmanning him and a stubborn streak to match. His response to her is instant and hungry, and makes him burn for more than just survival. But she's not a rule he's willing to break.
Bronaugh Lane has been fighting her dark fae nature her entire life. Giving up control is not an option. Not even for a wolf with the hard muscles of a warrior and a soft Scottish brogue. She should keep her distance, but her lusty nature is her undoing, nearly messing up her plans to get close to the wolf pack, because Marc is her only chance at infiltrating their den.
And then the game changes.
There are no rules now.
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L.E. Wilson writes romance starring intense alpha males and the women who are fearless enough to love them just as they are. In her novels you'll find smoking hot scenes, a touch of suspense, some humor, a bit of gore, and multifaceted characters, all working together to combine her lifelong obsession with the paranormal and her love of romance.
Her writing career came about the usual way: on a dare from her loving husband. Little did she know just one casual suggestion would open a box of worms (or words as the case may be) that would forever change her life.
Lattes and music are a necessary part of her writing process, and sometimes you'll find her typing away at her favorite Starbucks. She walks two miles to get there, to make up for all of those coffees. On the weekends she likes to have date nights with her favorite guy.
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