Sunday, June 18, 2017

Inside Urban Wolf: Love Bites From Wolf, Interrupted.






Today the blog is chock full of sinfully sexy love bites compliments of Wolf, Interrupted 


Welcome Get Lost in a Story readers and Urban Wolfers!

As most of you know by now, the just released URBAN WOLF anthology includes two sinfully sexy shape-shifter romance novellas between its covers. Wolf in the City by Linda Thomas-Sundstrom and Wolf, Interrupted by Jillian Stone. (Yes, that's  me!)

I'm wrapping up our marathon four day GLIAS blog by sharing some excerpts and a few love bites from Wolf, Interrupted. For those of you who missed my post on Friday, here's how you catch up on the story:

A brief blurb for Wolf, Interrupted

Elle Hathaway has spent most of her young life in fear of herself. At least the part of her that grows fangs and claws. With the help of a lycanthrope suppressant, she’s made it through puberty, university, even her first job without so much as a shift. Then one night, deep in the tunnels of the
Underground, her life changes forever.

Detective Inspector Abelseth Durant is investigating the lethal mauling of an unknown victim in the Covent Garden tube station, and Ms. Elle Hathaway is a person of interest. Sensing her wolf nature, he is mystified by the lovely young woman, and when Elle is abducted by a rival pack, Abelseth realizes he is being pulled back into London’s wolfen underworld.

So—now that Elle has been shaken out of her blissful denial, will she team up with the handsome inspector and evade the renegade pack? Let's find out!

On Friday, we left Abesleth and Elle moondancing on the terrace of a roof garden. Without giving anything away about their sensual, magical dance under the stars, lets just say that things got pretty steamy"

     She stepped away and he pulled her back, capturing her mouth under his, parting those pouty lips. His tongue tongue plunged in deep, chasing, teasing, purposely arousing her.
   "Find your wild, Elle."

Consumed by lust, Abesleth barely notices the subtle shift in shadow and light—not until unfamiliar pheromones assault his senses. He leads the predatory wolves in the opposite direction—so Elle can make a quick getaway.  He catches up with her by leaping through the time-space continuum. On his third leap he spies her bright orange Mini Cooper stopped at a traffic light.

    Elle gunned the engine nervously.
    A leering, bearded male with fiery eyes materialized in the seat beside her.
   “No-oooo!” Abelseth ripped the wolf out of her car and sent him flying into the drift.
    He sat beside her and and quieted the snarl in his voice. “Keep to your right and take the Waterloo Bridge. Faster the better—make it hard for them.”
    Elle drove like a mad demon, accelerating well beyond the posted limits. “For the record, this new wolfy part of me sucks. Mind telling me where we’re going?"
  “My brother is having a dinner party, we’ll be surrounded by my pack.”
  “She slid into a parking space on Duchy Street and turned to him. “Inspector Durant, are you inviting me to a party?”
  “At the moment, the safest place for you to be, is among wolves.”



Ableseth isn’t your average werewolf. As Elle unwraps some of his closer held secrets, she discovers that he’s not only pure=blooded wolf, like herself, he’s also werewolf royalty.

And his abilities go far beyond the occasional shape-shift. In fact, he possesses powers akin to magic. Not the Harry Potter wingardium leviosa sort of spell—more like the power of Thor, only he wasn’t a superhero. Or was he?

   “But…I’m not dressed for a dinner party.” Elle protested.
    There were times when his gaze alone captured her. Long lashes shaded his crystalline eyes, which lowered to the v-neckline of her cardigan. 
  "You’ve left your sweater unbuttoned, enough to reveal an alluring hollow between the curves of your breasts. And when you exhale, a hint of flesh.”
    She sucked in a breath. She was neither well endowed nor small breasted, but the glimmer in his eyes told her she was just right.

Something intimate is starting to happen between Abelseth and Elle. They're bickering—with a good deal of eye contact. Quarreling lovers who might have a quick boff in the car before the party.

And later, at the party…

Smooth background jazz segued into smoky saxophone. The kind of music that encourage the rapid removal of clothes, if they were lovers. And alone.

    His gaze swept over her features. No man had ever looked at her this way. As if he needed to possess her, ravage her, protect her.
    She moved away, and he pulled her back. “What works on you, Elle?”

Abelseth’s uncle fills her in, and Elle begins to understand why she’s been targeted by rogue wolfen packs. And then comes a chapter titled, Abelseth vs. Ex Cereberus.

While Abelseth battles the powerful renegade wolves, Elle finally escapes London, and heads for home. She also finds herself missing Abelseth and is terrified that something terrible has happened to him. She exits the motorway for petrol and as she pulls under the station canopy, her heart skips a beat.

    Elle climbed out of the car.
  "Where are we?" he croaked, huskily.
    She closed the door. “What no GPS in the time-space continuum?" She moved her hands up the lapels of his coat. "You’re looked a bit trampled.” 
   “I would have caught up sooner, only a I ran into a few wolves along the way.”
  “And they ran into you.” She kissed him gently on the mouth.

I’d like to tell you more, I really would. And I know you have questions. Like—does Elle ever trust enough to let Abelseth get close? I mean really close. And what about all that talk about wolf sex?

     “So sex as a wolf is completely out of the question,” Elle sighed.
      He did a cute double-take. “Not…completely out of the question.”




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Jillian Stone is a national award-winning, multi-published author who has written four Gentlemen of Scotland Yard novels published by Pocket Books, Simon & Schuster, as well as the Phaeton Black, Paranormal Detective series published by Brava, Kensington. Currently, she is writing Contemporary Romance, including Wolf, Interrupted, a novella in the just released Urban Wolf anthology.
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2 comments:

Juanita Decuir said...

Thank you, Ladies, for this opportunity.

G. Jillian Stone said...

Hi Juanita, Thanks for stopping by and good luck!