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Book One in A White Wolf Story Series
A Short Story by Heather Kuehl
Genre: Paranormal Romance Erotic
Release: April 20, 2012
Editor: Joelle Walker
Line Editor: Greta Gunselman
Cover Designer: Winterheart Designs
Kalia Seffmoyer is a rarity among werewolves. She's albino, a trait coveted by clans worldwide. Her parents, powerful alphas of the Seffmoyer Clan, have dispatched their daughter to travel from clan to clan, bedding eligible males in order to find her designated Mate—the male who would produce the Mating Mark. On her final stop, deep within the Francis Marion Forest, Kalia is skeptical of finding love within the Stone Clan and after a brief encounter with the brutish Xavier Stone, the clan’s Romi, her doubts are confirmed. Yet the moment she looks into his sister’s eyes, Kalia feels a connection beyond anything imaginable and a night of sublime passion with Sophia quickly leads to dire consequences. For in the supernatural world, it seems that humans aren't the only ones who discriminate.
Sophia tossed her keys on the dining room table and motioned for me to follow her upstairs. The small hallway intensified her intoxicating scent. Roses mixed with the musky smell of wolf teased my nose. I stepped closer to Sophia and inhaled deeply. I wanted to run my fingers through her hair, to bury my face in her neck, and breathe in her scent. My eyes tingled, the only sign that my wolf was rising to the surface.
Sophia’s eyes snapped around to me, their warm coffee color slowly turning the ice-blue shade of her wolf. She could smell my desire in the air around her. If I were smart, I'd walk away, get in my car, and find a hotel somewhere. This was the first time I actually wanted to be intimate with someone, not because my parents ordered me to their bed, but because I chose to. I wasn't going to walk away from that feeling.
"He'll kill us." Her voice barely above a whisper.
"Let him try." I growled, stepping forward with inhuman speed and pinning her against the wall. She gasped as I crushed my lips down on hers, but instead of pushing me back, Sophia's arms wrapped around my neck, pulling me closer to her lush body.
About the Author:
Heather Kuehl (pronounced "keel") was born near the Great Lakes, but made her way to South Carolina where she lives to this day. For more information about Heather's published works, upcoming releases, and events visit her website; http://www.heatherkuehl.com/
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