Tonight the moon will be full and bright, a perfect time for a werewolf romance.
Thorne is Book 1 of my Thunder Wolves series.
Madison Campbell is a city girl with a unique skill and a troubled past. An empath, public places torment her, and friendships and relationship are difficult. Madison’s boss understands her gift and uses her skill to his advantage. Swaying Thorne Thunder to choose her firm for a lucrative contract is an intriguing assignment. Thorne is sexy hot and Madison connects with the werewolf in an unexpected way.
Any proposed construction on pack land must have Thorne’s backing before being presented to the pack elders. Thorne doesn’t care for Madison’s boss, but the instant attraction he feels for the beautiful personal assistant is profound. One night and he’s hooked.
She’s a loner. He belongs to a wolf pack.
He wants forever. She’s just surviving day by day.
One night. One sexy werewolf. Madison’s life is about to shift.
She walked outside. He turned, smiled and rose from his chair. As she walked toward him, his gaze slid over her and the sweetest smile curved his lips.
“I like the look.”
Wine glasses in hand, she and Thorne sat side-by-side on the sofa. He put his arm around her and propped his bare feet on the table.
She snuggled close and he drew her legs over his. “Nice way to start the evening.”
He rubbed his hand over her thigh. “Couldn’t ask for better company.”
Content and more relaxed than she had ever been in anyone’s company, Madison sipped her wine and held Thorne’s hand. For a long time neither of them spoke.
“It’s so peaceful and quiet.”
“Later tonight you’ll hear howling. It’s full moon and wolves like to run, mate and chase in the moonlight.”
“You’ll be missing out on all the fun.”
His gaze held hers. “I’m right where I want to be.”
He set their glasses on the coffee table and drew her into his arms. His kiss was warm and gentle, but quickly became hot and probing.
Madison slid her arms around his neck and climbed onto his lap. She wanted his hands on her, those wonderful strong hands that brought her body alive.
Thunder Wolves: Thorne by B.J. McCall