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Saturday, December 17, 2016

New Release - Seth: A Highland Wolf Shifter Romance






Happy December!

It's snowing here in New England, and I'd be happy to stay warm inside all day, but with the holidays, there's too much to do. It looks pretty outside, though.

I have a new release out -- a shifter romance. It's part of the Highland Gargoyles series, but features a wolf shifter, and can be read on its own. I enjoyed all the research while writing this story. It was fascinating to learn about the introduction of the wolves at Yellowstone Park and rewilding efforts in the UK. Here's more:
Seth
Seth, wolf shifter and beta of his island’s pack, had his life planned out. He’d mate with the alpha’s daughter and eventually they’d rule the pack with her. When she chooses another shifter as her mate, his pride is wounded and future with the pack is threatened. Lost and betrayed, he sets off to find his destiny – or die trying.

Hailey, a park ranger in the Scottish Highlands, is on a mission to save wolves – including the one she rescues from a watery grave. When she treats the wolf’s injury, she’s in for the surprise of her life.

Seth knows better than to trust a human – even one as irresistible as curvy, principled Hailey. Before long, he’s not just struggling to survive – he’s struggling to resist his attraction to Hailey. His wolf promotes a course of action that would change his destiny and put his life in danger. What’s a wolf to do when his heart interferes with his pride?



“I love all the books of this series, some seriously HOT shifters. BUT this story is very different with a vertical innovative storyline! I really enjoyed it, I couldn’t put it down.”

“Fast paced and with strong scenes that will make you smile and cry and get so freaking upset this book is another great addition to Lisa Carlisle’s series.
A rollercoster of emotions and wonderfully written scenes that make you think you are in Scotland…and if you have been there it makes you miss it.
A must read!!!

“This book was a little different by just a hair. I loved it. The survival and blossoming love of two people is always an extraordinary tale.”


1 comment:

Tina Donahue said...

Love the storyline! :)