Her Wicked Wolf by Kendra Leigh Castle
Writer Brienne Fox can't stop thinking about her sexy new downstairs neighbor. But the chances of living out her X-rated fantasies with the man are slim when they've barely exchanged two words.
Alistair Locke has good reasons for staying a solitary wolf. With his enemy on the hunt, anyone close to him is in mortal danger. Yet no woman has ever stirred the beast within the way Brie does, and they can't resist the erotic pull drawing them together when they get snowed in together.
But giving in to one night with the woman he desires may provide the perfect opening for his mortal enemy to destroy the exiled alpha wolf for good....
Tag Archives: The Goddess Test
Today we’re kicking off a blog tour for the final book in Aimée Carter’s Goddess Test series, The Goddess Inheritance. Keep reading for a special post by Aimée with her thoughts on wrapping up her series and for a chance … Read More »
Author Aimée Carter blends Greek mythology and the modern world in her Goddess Test series from Harlequin TEEN. Now a new book of novellas, The Goddess Legacy, tells the backstory of some favorite characters in the series such as Henry/Hades, … Read More »
by Aimée Carter, author of The Goddess Legacy (part of The Goddess Test series, Harlequin Teen, August 2012) Imagine writing the ending of your story first. Imagine publishing that ending before you write the beginning – before you even knew … Read More »
by Lisa Wray and Amy Wilkins, Harlequin Books Harlequin TEEN author Aimée Carter released her debut title, The Goddess Test, in May 2011. The much-anticipated second book in this series, Goddess Interrupted, followed in April 2012. If you plan to … Read More »
by Amy Wilkins, Harlequin Digital Think it’s easy being a goddess? Not so much for Kate Winters, the heroine of Aimée Carter‘s bestselling The Goddess Test series. Her story continues in the highly anticipated sequel, Goddess Interrupted….and we’ve got a … Read More »
by Aimée Carter, author of The Goddess Test (Harlequin TEEN, May 2011) If you’ve been anywhere near the YA section of a bookstore lately, you might have noticed a new trend cropping up: stories based on Greek mythology, especially the … Read More »