crush is on Zane Larson, aka Tse Wauneka, the hot, Native American werewolf
part of a steamy menage in Disorderly
Cowboys, book 6 of my Lone Wolves of Shay Falls series. He’s powerful,
unwavering in his loyalty, and dependable almost to a fault—until forces
greater than himself overtake his stoic will. And yeah, did I mention he’s hot?
other plans. The last time Zane met someone who was his complete opposite—cowboy
to his Indian, free-wheelin’, outspoken, and impetuous—he didn’t just wind up
dating him. They became bond mates in search of the woman they craved to make
their pack union complete. When they find her, Lana is nothing like either of
the men who want to claim her, and yet she and Zane share more in common than
seems possible on the surface.
mate’s mountain hometown of Shay Falls, but his heart will always belong to New
Mexico, where he lived for most of his life. Sedona, Arizona would be a close secondary
nothing but maybe a (non-silver) knife and his own supernatural abilities. Having
spent much of his life surviving inhospitable conditions, Zane would be quite
in his element creating a new life on an island. That said, if he were stranded
away from his mates, there would be nothing he could bring that would ease the
pain and loneliness. Mated werewolves suffer when separated for too long.
is the one thing Zane wants most in the world and what will he do
to get it?
something he will defend with his life, as well as to maintain and nurture the
sense of family he’d long since forgotten. Sometimes, these two objectives
clash, such as when Zane urges Jayson to return to his hometown in order to
rekindle a relationship with the twin sister he left behind. Yet that town—as
well as Jayson’s sister—pose a dire threat to the werewolves trying to live
peaceful lives there. And when Zane’s fertility cycle kicks in, the imperative
to create a family of his own becomes a force so powerful that neither the
danger they face nor even a witch’s magic can stop him from claiming what he
sense of humor that reveals itself in unexpected moments, Zane is more of a straight
arrow. His best friend and mate, Jayson, is loud, clumsy at times, and
constantly joking around. In fact, it seems to Zane that his mate doesn’t take
anything seriously at all—until he does and surprises everyone. On the other
hand, his other best friend and mate, Lana, has a special connection to mystical
energies that Zane not only believes in, but would probably like to channel
challenges did Zane have growing up?
werewolves in the 1800’s, tiny Tse was found wandering the desert. He was
renamed Zane and taken in by a rancher, and the white townsfolk viewed him as
an outsider. Later, he tried to return to a tribe of his people, only to be
rejected again—and forced to live in hiding outside their camp in order to
observe and learn about his heritage. It wasn’t until he found his mates over a
century later that he finally knew where he belonged.
mate, Lana, about is his belief that no one should touch another’s hair without
permission. He believes a person’s strength lies in their hair, and to approach
it unbidden is not only disrespectful, but can be viewed as challenge or
threat. It can weaken the warrior spirit, as can cutting hair off.
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the author of more than twenty-five books, primarily romance and erotic
romance. A former editor and submissions director, she now works as a
mild-mannered hospital secretary by day, naughty writer by night. When not
doing one or the other, she loves hanging out with readers and authors on her blog, Twitter,