For fun today, we’ve got an excerpt from the new romance novel, A Chance of Fate, by Emleigh Walsh. Read on to find out more about the book and see where you can pick up a copy!
About the Book:
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…
TAKE A CHANCE ON FATE
From the Novel:
He made it across to the brick building housing a group of local businesses. He put his forehead on the wall and waited for her to pass. He felt her walk cautiously by; he felt her eyes on him the whole way. He felt her turn the corner and go up the cross street. Eventually, after he could no longer feel her near, he gathered his control and turned around to stare where she was.
“So what the hell was that all about?” Eric bit out at him. “You almost lost total control of your wolf. You NEVER lose control!”
He could hear the fear in Eric’s voice as well. Truth be told, he was pretty frightened when he thought about what could have happened.
“It’s her,” he said, with awe, still staring at the spot he’d last seen her.
“My mate. My true mate.”