When Raine Bowe volunteers for a sleep study for the extra cash, she didn't expect to wake in a lab or to be victimized by a mad scientist. She escapes with one objective--to find someone strong enough to wage war with the evil growing inside her.
Ryder Storm is a man with a reputation--the bad boy of his own universe. He doesn't take prisoners, won't give into a sweet smile, and doesn't cut his pack an inch of slack. He knows the desperate woman in his bar is his the moment he lays eyes on her. He'll give her anything she wants, except the one thing she's begging for. Death.
Raine enlists Ryder’s help to unravel the mystery surrounding the hours she lost in the lab and to help tame the beast inside her. In their search for answers, the road will lead them to a twisted experiment involving shifters, humans, and the creation of the ultimate Alpha. He's ready for the adventure and she's ready for her answers. Neither are ready for the lust that calls down from the mating moon. But a wolf knows its mate, and an alpha will not stop until he or she gets what they want.
Edits…Why We Need Them
Edits can be something that a writer absolutely despises. Think about it. You had this wonderful story. It was PERFECT. Right? Or was it? Well you go and send it to your editor and what you get back is enough to make a person color blind. Red lines cutting here and there and things are replaced and a few comments or 800 of them is possible. And you want to cry to the heavens that this person hates your story and you don’t know why they are destroying your work…until you read through the comments. Then it’s like: Oh. Yeah. I see what they mean. Hm. I thought I made that clear. I guess I didn’t. Hah! This person is hilarious. And so
forth. And you go through round after round that makes the previously ‘perfect story’ look absolutely like something you had no idea you had in you. Because now it looks so good you start to doubt YOU wrote it. LOL. But you did. All you needed was some cleaning up. Removal of words that didn’t work. Changing some stuff to show your readers the actions vs. telling them. And fixing those grammar issues we all have unless you’re a school teacher. That’s what edits do for a book. They turn what you thought was good into something that is great. Something you want people to read. Something you’re proud to say you wrote.
Currently, she resides in New York City with her husband, bossy young son and their little dog Speedy.
She’s addicted to shopping for shoes, chocolate (but who isn’t?) and Dunkin Donuts coffee.
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