There was a Blood Moon this morning. Yes, I was awake. Yes, it was awesome. Somewhere, the Wolves are off with their mates, staying away from each other so no fights break out. You see, in the Moonstruck world, alphas can only challenge for leadership under a Blood Moon.
But right now, it’s time for a Blue Moon. As promised, here are snippets. 😀
The road narrowed and the potholes were closer together and deeper the farther DJ drove into the Louisiana bayous. ‘Go get the man.’ So much easier said than done in this alien landscape. DJ was a city girl. Bright lights. Traffic. Throngs of people. That was her comfort zone. Out here in the boonies? Yeah…no. The bayous creeped her out. Big time.
And so it begins…*bwahahaha*
DJ is really in for a rude awakening.
DJ had no desire to be the heroine in some blockbuster thriller. As she stared down the dark road though, it was preferable to being cast as the stupid girl in a teen horror flick. Unfortunately, she felt far more like the latter, especially since there’d been no traffic since she’d passed a rattle-trap pickup about an hour previous.
“Lost satellite transmission.”
The cultured voice startled her and DJ slammed on the brakes.
“Lost satellite transmission,” the voice droned again.
“Stupid GPS.” She punched the OK button, cutting off the voice before it could tell her again that she was in the middle of nowhere.
And finally, just a hint of what she’s up against after Antoine saves her life–whether she wanted to be saved or not. 😉
Lost in her self-argument, she barreled into that broad expanse of tan skin when he stopped abruptly. He let go of her hand as he turned to face her.
“Stop fighting me, cher. There are dangers in d’bayous.”
Something flashed in his eyes and he leaned toward her. “I am d’most dangerous animal in the swamp, cher. You be wise not t’be forgettin’ dat, yeah?”
Coming to a Kindle near you on October 15th!