J.K. Harper writes about paranormal romance and urban fantasy because despite a lifetime of wishing, all the cool supernatural literary characters of her childhood just don't seem to be real. But she still holds out hope that some of them might be.
She started writing during the second grade, when for a classroom project she "published" a story about an intrepid hermit crab and his friends under the sea. This fabulous early experience of being an author sent her down the writer's path forevermore.
Fun facts: she jumped out of a plane over Hawaii's North Shore and dove through a rainbow on the way down; watched boxing kangaroos in Australia during a college semester; and can start a fire with not much more than two sticks and a string. True stories all.
She's owned by three cats, two horses, and a dog. J.K. lives in the rugged, gorgeous canyon country of the Southwest.
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Alpha Wolf: Black Mesa Wolves #2
by J.K. Harper
Approx. 38,560 words.
Published on November 26, 2013.
As a Black Mesa Wolf Pack Guardian, free-spirited Sara Kenyon's life is fun and simple. Until Rafe Bardou wants the only thing she can’t give—commitment. Being mated to Sara is essential for the Pack's future. Will losing his steely control be the only way to convince this sweet vixen he's her alpha wolf? Warning: hot springs and a dark alley are both defiled in this story. Read at your own risk.
Guardian Wolf (Black Mesa Wolves #1)
by J.K. Harper
Approx. 13,730 words.
Published on January 22, 2012.
Being a Guardian for the Black Mesa Wolf Pack meant everything to Lily Bardou--until she made a fatal mistake. Keeping her wild side tightly leashed since then, she's denied both her pack duties and her own sensual needs. Then Kieran Rendall stalks into her life. He’s wanted Lily for two long years, and he’s back in town with a plan: help Lily release the past—and unlock her caged passions.
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