Sunday, August 30, 2015

A Few of my Favorite Lines #WolvesofWillowBend #NewRelease

I have spent the week celebrating the release of the latest Wolves of Willow Bend, so I thought I'd share with you a few of my favorite lines from the book:

“Only if you understand that I graduated from bad boys to big bad wolf.”
“I’ll only ask you nicely once. Who are you and what are you doing here?” 

Damn good questions. What was her name again?
“My mother is definitely not a wolf. Hell, she’s a Methodist…”
“Damn, you got mean while I was gone.”

“Sucks to be you, doesn’t it?”
How his father managed to reduce him from Alpha to recalcitrant teenager he’d never know—or admit to—but the man did. In the kitchen, his father nodded to the table. “Why don’t you set that while we talk?”

Irritation scraped against his nerves. He had a thousand things to be doing, but sure…he could set a table. “What’s up, Dad?"

Brett Dalton, Alpha of Hudson River, isolated himself from his pack mates after one betrayed him. The once, easygoing Alpha has become taciturn, remote and unforgiving. His pack worries for him, but they too have suffered a devastating blow. When several members leave to join Three Rivers, the pack faces the threat of dissolution until Brett’s best friend and Lone Wolf, Luc Danes returns to Hudson River accompanied by a beautiful young human—or is she? Something about the woman consumes Brett. Has Luc come home to help or to take the pack from Brett?

Colby Jensen wrapped up thousands of hours of community service working at the hospital in Maine when an injured Luc Danes rolled through the door. The impossible patient drove the nurses crazy, but when Danes offered her money no strings attached to drive him to New York, she agreed. The last thing she expected was to arrive in the small Westchester County town and to meet the craziest collection of residents—especially the devastatingly sexy Brett Dalton. Part of her wants to hit the road, the rest wants to make him smile and he keeps making excuses for her to stay.

Then she sees the wolves…and is exposed to a world she can barely imagine. When Brett discovers a secret about her, nothing will be the same again. Now she will find herself torn between a world she isn’t sure she can understand and the man who has taken her heart hostage…


Fiona McGier said...

Very hot cover! Phew! Good luck with sales.

jean hart stewart said...

Loved the first chapter...gotta have more!

Tina Donahue said...

Welcome, Heather!

I LOVE this line; My mother is definitely not a wolf. Hell, she’s a Methodist

LOL - that's great. :)