“A Chance of Fate”: Book Excerpt Plus Giveaway Reminder!


HE’S TERRIFIED Chance McGregor is known as one of the toughest werewolves around. As the Dominion Creek Pack Guardian it’s his job to protect the pack and its laws. Even if that requires him to find his true mate or mate with someone of the council’s choosing. With the Mating Ceremony fast approaching – and Chance a very unwilling participant – he has more on his mind than pack safety. It’s enough to make even the baddest werewolf whine like a puppy.

SHE’S IN CONTROL Stephanie Taylor is finally making her way in the world. She’s out of a bad marriage, starting a business with her best friend in a great new town, and in control of her stable – if not sometimes boring – life. She can handle boring and she doesn’t need a man to tell her what’s best for her anymore.

WHAT’S A WOLF TO DO? When Chance runs into Stephanie on the street, he realizes that he found his woman. The problem is she’s a human. Not a problem for him though. Now all he has to do is convince her that they are meant to be together forever; talk the ever-meddling pack council into allowing the mating; and protect his pack from a group of rogue wolves wreaking havoc across the state. With their hearts, and lives, on the line Chance and Stephanie will do the only thing they can…


The rest of the world seemed to have disappeared as they let their eyes caress one other for breathless moments.

Steph finally broke the silence. “I really should get back to the shop,” she said, quietly. She hadn’t eaten much, but then he didn’t have an appetite right now either.

As she started to rise, he grabbed her hand. That same jolt went through him, and he could see she felt it too. He felt her essence flow throughout him. He closed his eyes and breathed in through his nose just feeling the calming effect she had on him and his wolf.

He heard her gasp, and he opened his eyes. Her face was flushed again and he felt her shudder. But she didn’t pull away. He took that as a good sign.

“Please, have dinner with me tonight?” he asked her quietly. He asked; he didn’t command. Instinctively he knew she would react negatively to that.

She hesitated and looked at their joined hands. Lifting her eyes again, she gave him the full force of those beautiful green jewels. In one simple word, he felt his heartbeat stop. “Yes,” she said, simply.

Things were looking up for Chance.

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