Go Feral And Win A Kindle!

Don’t add that e-reader to your Christmas wish list until you’ve entered this fabulous competition from the lovely team at Total-e-bound:

http://www.total-e-bound.com/feral.asp

Here are the details of the four stories in the collection, exploring the strange, seductive world of cat shifters…

Abyssinian Heat by Elizabeth Coldwell

Miranda thought Tadhg was only her pet, but he turned out to be the man of her dreams…

Looking for a new pet, Miranda is instinctively drawn to Abyssinian kitten Tadhg. He’s inquisitive, intelligent and the perfect companion – and he’s also a shifter, of regal blood.

When Miranda wakes to find him lying in bed beside her in his human form, it’s the start of a passionate love affair. But Miranda’s ex, Finn, is also a shifter, and Tadhg’s sworn enemy. Tadhg knows Finn is prepared to destroy both him and Miranda in his pursuit of power.

There is room for only one cat on this territory, and Tadhg must battle with Finn to claim Miranda’s hand and heart.

Black Cat Fever by Desiree Holt

It’s Halloween, and for two special black cats the night when they must find their mates—or else.

Panther shifter Dea Russo waits each year for Halloween, the only night to search for her mate. As the daughter of the late pack alpha she has the power to pass along to the male she chooses.

But each Halloween passes without success until the night she meets Kyle Donovan, a man who pleasures her senses in every way possible—until mixed breed outcast Dane Maguire tries to stake a claim.

Will Kyle arise from the bed of erotic pleasure to defend the woman who holds his future in her hands?

Eat Me by Mia Watts

Fynn has waited four hundred years to be free of his curse, but a ghost from his past stands in the way and Eddie, his only ally, doesn’t believe him.

Fynn Aren interrupted the inappropriate marriage of his younger sister to a much older man, resulting in a curse that transformed him into a Persian Lynx at the start of the Salem witch trials.

Unable to assume human form except twice a year during the Equinox week, Fynn has lived almost four hundred years, passed from generation to generation of the family who cursed him, waiting for the line to die out and his imprisonment to finally end.

Eddie Salem is the last in his line. Having inherited an exotic lynx with a distinct personality, he’s baffled when he wakes up to a naked man sharing his bed. It doesn’t help that his sexy bed partner claims to be his lynx, Fynn.

Fynn seduces Eddie, hoping to convince him to unleash the curse only to have it backfire in a big way. Add to that the manifestation of the first Salem who want to possess Eddie in order to live again, and Fynn has some choices to make. Free himself or risk everything to save Eddie?

Pride And Joey by Devon Rhodes

Vance thought his pride meant everything to him…until fate sent Joey into his lair and into his heart.

Vance grew up the odd one out in a macho and very insular pride of lion shifters. Differences like enjoying the cool fall weather are bad enough-his pridemates would kill him if they learned he was gay. Still, his pride is all he knows. He’d never even met a shifter of another type…until he discovers an unconscious cougar male in his lair.

Joey is on the run and wants to keep Vance at arm’s length, especially since someone very close to the lion is the root of all his troubles. But there is something irresistible about Vance, something which has Joey wanting more than he ever dared to dream.

When their lives are threatened, Joey must choose whether to sacrifice himself, or try to live and keep Vance close…for the very short remainder of his life.

Hot, eh? Good luck in the competition (the closing date is November 20th) – and come back here later in the week when I’ll reveal more about the inspiration for my story, and get you in the mood for Hallowe’en…

 

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