Hurrah! Only 8 days late, Camwolf is finally available to buy on Kindle! Many thanks to the Dreamspinner staff who did battle with the bureaucracy on its behalf.
For this week’s snippet, I couldn’t resist another one with Nadia:
Nadia squeezed into the chair next to Nick’s in the SCR, with a conspiratorial glint in her eye. “Well, dearie, I have found out the odd little snippet. Your young man took his A levels at in Kent—”
“Oh, you know, dearie. Private school, rather pricey. Takes a lot of boys in at sixth form—the ones who aren’t doing well where they are.” She took a dismissive bite of her custard cream.
“Some sort of remedial crammer?” Nick frowned, sipping at his coffee. “I’d hardly have thought Julian needed that kind of thing.”
Nadia raised an eyebrow. “Idol showing feet of clay, is he?” She grinned at Nick’s discomfort.
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A race to save his lover—by becoming his own worst nightmare.
Dr. Nick Sewell has it all. Good friends, a career as a Cambridge academic… and recently, a tendency to turn into a wolf every full moon. When a new student arrives from Germany, Nick is horrified by his visceral attraction to the troubled youth—not to mention his violent jealousy when he sees Julian with another man. He’s floored to find out Julian is a werewolf too.
Unlike Nick, Julian has spent his life among other wolves, and in this subject, he’s the teacher and Nick the student. Nick struggles to adjust to this reversal of roles, especially since he’s an alpha and Julian a natural submissive. That dynamic just adds to the attraction smoldering between them, whether they’re in human form or wolf.
But Julian’s pack and the abuse he suffered isn’t far behind him, and the pack wants to reclaim him. For Nick to hold on to his lover, he’ll have to embrace the monster within.
I’ve read past this point in the e-book. ~grin~ Good stuff! Thank you for sharing. And Happy Writing!
Thanks – hope you’re enjoying it! 😀
Yay for more Nadia. She’s a fun character. 💖
I have the Samhain version of this story. Are there any significant changes in this edition?
Very little has changed for the second edition*, so I wouldn’t buy again. And I’m so glad you like Nadia! 😀
*The companion short story Lonewolf OTOH has changed a bit and has the virtue of being free: https://jlmerrow.com/free-reads/lonewolf/
Thank you! 💕
Adds a little development to Julian as well as to Nick and Nadia’s relationship…fun snippet!
Love the way the background is worked into this.
I really like Nadia.
I do like Nadia. I read the Samhain version of this book a while back and really enjoyed it.
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I have read most books from JL Merrow especially the Plumber’s Mate series always a pleasure to read and I lookforward to all the publictions