Circle City (Lord of the Wolfen #1)
by Alisha Paige
WELCOME TO AXL WOLFDORN'S WORLD WHERE THE WOLFEN HAVE LIVED AND THRIVED IN UNDERGROUND CAVERNS FOR 1500 YEARS...
On the edge of civilization, there is a place called Circle City, Alaska. The last town before the Yukon Flats gives way to frigid desolation.
DON'T TAKE IN STRAYS IN CIRCLE CITY...
When Zoe O'Brien, a secluded widow, kills a crazed mother wolf and saves the only cub from sure death, she ignites a war between the Wolfen Clan and the Kontar Clan. The wolf people have been enemies of the dog people for centuries and the cub she takes in is heir to the Wolfen throne.
CAUGHT AND IMPRISONED BY WILD CREATURES WHO CARE NOTHING FOR HUMAN LAW...
Taken prisoner by the Wolfen for murder and kidnapping, Zoe is forced to see and do things with creatures she never knew existed, held against her will in a world she both desires and fears.
A MAN ON THE EDGE OF TURNING INTO A BEAST...
Axl Wolfdorn is coming of age, ready for his Unleashing and on the hunt for his Moonswan, the female he will choose for the Chase and the royal Feral Consummation.
A WOMAN WHO SHOWED COMPASSION....
But how can he consider bonding with a mate when the only scent deep within his nose is the tangy scent of the woman who saved his life, the very woman who forced his clan into war, the woman he must now kill to avenge his mother's death?
CIRCLE CITY: LORD OF THE WOLFEN ~ BOOK I by Alisha Paige
How much wild can one woman take? Do you have enough wild in you to make it to The End?
Some Words of Warning:
This book was months away from releasing in print worldwide when the book was pulled due to "creative differences" between the author and editor. This book is rated R due to Adult Situations, Violence and Drug Use. The editor was wanting to dilute this book, removing most love scenes, toning down the war between the Wolfen and Kontar and removing all drug use. The author wrote this book intending it to be an ultra dark paranormal romance, bordering on horror for fans of the blackest romance novels and makes no apologies for multiple sex partners, torture scenes, war scenes, and recreational drug use. The author makes it clear to the reader that the Wolfen are NOT human beings and are half human, struggling with their animal side, running with the pack, loving with the Pack. Furthermore, the author believes half men-half wolf creatures would take full advantage of natural plants for medicinal purposes as well as recreational purposes to enhance sexual awareness and for relaxation. Those offended by a book about wild creatures living life on the edge, at psychological war with the beast within, and using natural plants for pharmaceutical use may want to reconsider buying this book and search for a fluffier read.
A Word From the Author:
I wrote this book after watching a PBS special on wolves. I started wondering what would happen if there were real people who were half wolves who lived in packs and were ruled by an alpha male. I decided to place the Wolfen in a remote place so they would not be discovered and able to thrive for thousands of years without detection. The book grew from there. After deciding on Alaska as the setting for the novel, I researched the area and came across many mentions of marijuana and how many plants are allowed in every household. With all the benefits of medicinal marijuana, I decided to incorporate it into Wolfen Life.
I really stretched the bounds with this book; blending horror, erotica and paranormal and wanted to see an extremely dark and wild story unfold. I hope you enjoy Circle City.
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