I’m excited to announce that the long awaited second book in the Raven Investigation series, Electric Moon, has official been released this weekend!
Here is a little bit of information:
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Here is the blurb:
WHILE THE MOON’S CALL RIPS THROUGH THE SHIFTER COMMUNITY, A KILLER STALKS FOR PREY AMONGST THEM. TEMPERS RISE, LUST EXPLODES, AND THE CONSEQUENCES OF EITHER CAN PROVE TO BE DEADLY.
Raven’s very private life explodes into the spotlight when she is nominated as a Region on the paranormal police force. The secrets of her past are slowly being exposed. With the safety of the pack paramount, she will do whatever is necessary to protect them. In return, they are teaching her how to navigate the shifter community and control the moon’s call where even the most innocent touch could destroy her carefully crafted world.
SURVIVAL WILL DEMAND THE ULTIMATE PRICE…
As she juggles the demands of pack life and police work, the lines between duty and loyalty blur. Shifters are dying in mysterious ways. Raven suspects something sinister is destroying the pack from within. She must dig into the dark corners of the paranormal world, secrets that they would kill to protect, and find the reason behind the deaths before her pack becomes the next target.
A little teaser excerpt to wet your appetite:
Durant rested his forehead on the door, struggling for control, presenting her with a very drool worthy line of his back and ass. Raven licked her lips, the sight of him so pushed to the edge, calming her. She no longer felt like prey.
“I need you to do something for me.”
She traced her fingertips against her lips, still able to feel his breath on them. Could almost taste him. It solidified her decision. “Of course.”
“In the bottom right hand side of my desk, you’ll find a box of confiscated items from the club. Grab two handcuffs and bring them to me.”
Doubts began to edge their way into her mind, cooling her thoughts. “Durant—”
Raven hesitated, but the wealth of emotions in his voice changed her mind. He didn’t ask anyone for anything. Ever. He just took or demanded and people obeyed.
She opened the drawer, hating the way her hand shook. She trusted him.
She pulled out two metal mismatched cuffs with the keys tied to them and walked toward him. “Here.”
She thrusted out the cuffs, half-expecting to feel cold metal slip around her wrist. Instead, he clamped them on his own. He caught her hand, pried open her fingers and gently placed the keys in her palm.
Gosh, I love that scene. *fans face* If you want to give this book a try, be sure to check it out on Amazon.