Saturday, April 12, 2014

Special Excerpt ~*~Caress of the Wolf by Lori King

Caress of the Wolf
The Gray Pack Book 5

In a time of transition, only the strongest will thrive…

Whitney Gray is less than thrilled that her werewolf pack is hosting another packs Alpha battle. She figures the Diego wolves have done enough damage to the Gray wolves to last a lifetime, but when cousins Cadence and Mateo Diego step into her life she finds herself on a new and dangerous path.

Cadence and Mateo are determined to protect their birthright, and secure their place as the leaders of the Diego Pack. They didn’t anticipate finding their mate, and now they are protecting her and her family from a threat that ends up being way to close for comfort.

The newly mated trio begin planning for a life or death battle, and end up on a journey from betrayal to forgiveness, but when you’re battling the past, someone’s bound to get hurt.

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Special Excerpt:

Her cheeks were tear stained, but her eyes were clear and a small smile curved her sexy lips. “Hi.”
All of the air left his lungs, and he nearly dropped to his knees in front of her. She couldn’t know how that one little word affected him so deeply. It was acceptance and affirmation all rolled up into two letters and a smile.
“Hi, little flower, can we come in?” Ever the smooth talker, Cadence took the first step and reached his hand out to open the door wider.
She gave him pause when she shook her head no. “I don’t think it wise for us to…get acquainted here in my Alpha’s home. I would rather take you to your cabin so that we can talk in private. Is that all right?”
Mateo felt the smile widen on his face. She wasn’t pushing them away. She just didn’t want to share her feelings with her entire pack yet. He could understand that. He was a very private person, and he respected that some things weren’t anyone else’s business. “Absolutely, mi reina. Lead the way.”
She brushed between them, and his nostrils flared as her scent swept over him. It was tinged with the spicy shade of her arousal, and his cock thumped against his zipper.
“Christ,” Cadence hissed, gripping the door handle tightly as he shut the door and clenching his jaw.
The trio began to move down the hall when she stopped and turned around. “Just a minute.”
Everything froze, and Cadence and Mateo held their breaths in unison as they waited to hear what she was going to say.
“I’m sorry—” She lifted both hands in front of her and shook her head. His heart plummeted to his feet, and he felt like he was going to vomit. In his mind his wolf snarled for release as his emotions dipped. Instead of pushing them away, she tangled her fingers in the front of each of their shirts, tugging them closer. “I just need a taste before—”
Her mouth met his, and his brain stopped functioning. The sweetness of her soft lips against his was intoxicating and he no longer had control over himself. Gripping the back of her head tightly, he held her in place while his other hand slid up her shoulder to the center of her back and pressed her closer. The brush of her breasts against his chest was like cinders from a bonfire drifting on the breeze as they burned through his shirt, and he could feel her hand squeezing and molding his bicep as she opened wider and deepened the kiss.
Only a sharp whine of need followed by a growl pulled him from the depths of his desire for his mate. Cadence was still standing by, waiting for his turn to plunder her sweet mouth. Forcing himself to release her into his cousin’s waiting arms, Mateo took the opportunity to skim his hands over her backside. He cupped the firm flesh before dancing his fingers up her spine and pressing a kiss to the nape of her neck beneath her hair. Her body arched back against him like he had just flipped a switch, and he filed that pleasure point away for future knowledge.
She was a firecracker, a lit match in a bottle of vodka, and sweeter than any syrup. Not only did his wolf want her, but Mateo the man wanted her just as much. When Cadence and Whitney finally separated, she was flushed and panting hard. Her nipples poked through her shirt, and Mateo couldn’t resist reaching around to tweak one.
Her whimper of need made his balls ache. “Dios mio. I don’t know if I’ll be able to walk very far with my dick this hard.”
She didn’t withdraw at his crude language. Instead she laughed and pressed her ass back into his groin. “Don’t worry. I’m in a similar boat. As wet as my jeans are, I’m afraid I’ll be too chafed to touch by the time we get to the cabin.”

Authors Bio:

As a full-time wife and mother of three boys Lori King rarely has time to just enjoy feminine pursuits, but at heart she is a hopeless romantic. So she spends her days dreaming up Alpha men, and her nights telling their stories. She currently has books available in the following series: The Gray Pack, Apache Crossing, Sunset Point, and The Surrender Trilogy. Find out more about her current projects at
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