Check out the Dakota Wolves series by Jez Strider! It sounds amazing!
Synopsis: The Dakota pack has lived secretly in a town in the Great Smoky Mountains for years. Marala Dakota ran away from the safety of this world as a heartbroken, pregnant teenager. She’s made a life for herself and her son without having anything to do with the wolves.
Seventeen years have passed since that fateful decision. She’s struggling with two jobs and trying to keep the wolf within her at bay as its longing for escape intensifies.
A handsome man named Taylor comes into her life at exactly the wrong time.
Then, her son’s father and leader of the Dakota pack, Kaden, shows up unexpectedly. Old wounds are torn open anew and events are set in motion that will change all of their lives forever.
“If that’s your fantasy, you’ll have more luck searching for a damsel in distress. Not me.” –Marala Dakota
“So, not only is my mom a lunatic, so is my father. Wonderful.” –Jak Dakota
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Synopsis: Brynnara Hanson is a young lycan on the verge of her transition to wolf. She’s the first female to come of age within the Dakota pack in years. Her role in the continuation of the pack is paramount. Falling in love with a human is not allowed.
Taylor Andin has had nothing but bad luck since finding the hidden town of Dakota. When he saves a girl named Brynn from a group of thugs, he begins to fall for her. He’s a man accustomed to getting what he desires, but he quickly learns, he can’t always have what he wants when wolves stand in his way.
“Will you pretend like I’m not a wolf today? For one day, let me feel normal.” –Brynnara Hanson
“I sent away the man I’m in love with for a wolf I’ve only seen in my dreams.” –Brynnara Hanson
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Jez Strider (1983-Present) is a native of Tennessee. For as long as she can remember, reading has been a big part of her life, taking her out of a sometimes harsh reality to wonderful new worlds. When she was in high school, writing became more prevalent. She worked for three years on the newspaper staff as the Arts and Entertainment editor. After graduation and a few bumps in the road, she enrolled at Penn Foster College with a focus in freelance writing. It took several years before she realized she wanted to give writing a book a shot.
In 2011, she was diagnosed with cancer. That fight and becoming a survivor gave her new insight and motivations toward her goals. With the realization that none of us are guaranteed tomorrow, she started work on that elusive book. Vampire’s Eve is her first publication.
Today, Jez still resides in Tennessee with her boyfriend, cat, and dog. She is currently working on her next book.
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