With a working title of Predator's Trinity, I hope to bring Percy and Byron Moon's story to light soon. The boys are struggling, with the rest of the Ursa Lodge cast, in a quest to rid themselves of the menace that is cult leader August Crane. To make things trickier, the Moon twins are falling for the same woman, a human librarian named Suzan Marsh. Percy and Byron have always dreamed of sharing a woman, but menages have not worked for them in the past.
Oh, and there's another wee problem. Villain August Crane wants her too.
Here's a sneek peak at the book. I hope you enjoy this unedited snippet.
She reached for the fallen book and clutched it to her chest like a shield. “How did you get in? The door’s locked.”
“I can be resourceful.”
Okay, Suzi, don’t freak out. She mustered up her best authoritative librarian voice. “I’m going to have to ask you to leave, August.”
His pale eyes glimmered and his smile widened. In the shadows of evening, his features seemed longer, more canine. In fact, she could swear there was a distinct point to his teeth.
“Sure, Suzan. I’ll go. Only you’re coming with me.”
With those words, two more men appeared behind him. Big men. Men whose unfeeling laughter echoed in library, sounding an awful lot like growls.
“When I asked you to dinner, I thought I was being nice. I’ll be honest with you. I’m not really a take a woman to dinner kind of guy. I prefer to get straight to the point. So let me make this clear. I want you and I’m going to have you. I have plans, you see, and you’re going to help me fulfill them.” August approached with a casual air but stopped short a few feet in front of her. His keen gaze pinned her to his spot and his nostrils inflated, as if he breathed her in. When he exhaled through his mouth, the breath came out on a shaky exhalation. He swallowed. “Your fear. It’s delicious. Intoxicating.”
She forced her feet into action and took two steps back. “Please.”
He tilted his head as if regarding a stubborn child. “Now, Suzan, we can do this the easy way or the hard way.”
The wall to his emotions finally tumbled and evil thoughts swarmed toward her, engulfing her in dread and darkness. As she gaped at him, all she saw was hatred and more hatred. Sinister intent and a love of inflicting pain. Blackness and bile and emptiness. Giving into panic, Suzan threw Love In Chains at him and ran, dashing into the stacks. Screaming for anyone who might hear, she tried to find shelter in her beloved library, already comprehending the futility of her response.
His cold voice boomed after her. “Awesome. I love the hard way.”
As she heard his heavy steps behind her, another sound shattered the quiet of the space, one that struck her numb with terror. Trembling, she tried hard to convince herself she hadn’t just heard the howl of a wolf.
Where can you find the rest of the series? Well, almost everywhere!
As well as www.lsbooks.com, iBooks, ARE, B&N, Kobo.