Angela lives in the Pacific Northwest, where (according to her coffee cup) the average temperature in July is 65F, and the average in January is 40F. She feels this very comfortable range, plus the distinct lack of poisonous snakes, spiders, fire ants, Africanized bees, hurricanes, tornadoes and droughts, more than makes up for the lack of sunlight nine months out of the year. She and her husband (who doesn't care about werewolves in the least) have been married since 1992, and have four delightful homeschooled children, a shelter-rescue dog, and three urban chickens. Her birthday is at Christmas time. What she really likes for her birthday is fuzzy sweaters. J/K.
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Werewolves: The Cure
Amandine Herschel, Alpha female of the Colville, Washington werewolf pack, has grown used to being a wolf. What she cannot ever accept is the risk of discovery this fact brings every day of her life. She's determined to find a cure, even if it kills her.
But what if there were a cure? Who would take it? Who would refuse? And what would that do to the social fabric of the packs? A cure isn't as b
Werewolves: The Choice
A fisherman on the Clark Fork finds a skull, and a door that linked Creede's pack in the Bitterroot Valley to Mitch Phillips--lifetime criminal and one-time werewolf--is open again. The pack doesn't need trouble: Creede's up to his eyeballs in studies, and Rosemary feels like a Law School Widow. Then a boy goes missing in the wilderness. Do they help him and risk discovery, or keep their secret?
Werewolves: Dead Man's Hand
Frank Mellencourt is a werewolf by choice and a member of the Spokane pack by happenstance. He isn't happy, though. The pack Alpha grates on him, the Beta is worse, and he's having problems at home.
Tobias James and Tam Franklin, members of the Gladstone pack, have a mission if they choose to accept it: take over the Spokane pack by any means necessary.
Frank doesn't like them, either.
Werewolves: The Enemy
Mitch Phillips disappeared after his devastating attack on Amandine, Deputy Jack Herschel's wife. You know the saying 'You can't keep a good man down'? You can't keep a bad man down, either, especially if he's not a man at all.
Amandine isn't going to just roll over: she's investigating something that will take out the troublemaker once and for all, even if she has to test it on herself, first.
The Birth Tree
First are the serfs of Downdale, scratching a bare existence from land they will never be allowed to own. Second, sailing across the North Sea, are the bloody-handed Vikings who take what they want. Third are the Sidhe Fae, whose long lives lead them to view humans as pets - at best. And then there are the great trees with enormous - and mutually exclusive - value to each of the three.
Werewolves: The Wanted
Mitch Phillips is a petty lifetime criminal. He's also a werewolf with nobody to teach him right from wrong - if he even wanted to learn.
Meanwhile, Creede and Rosemary are trying to grow their own pack in Missoula. Unfortunately, the area has already been claimed by none other than Brant Durrell.
Jack needs to find Mitch now. Creede needs to find a way to deal with Brant. And who is Skyhawk?
Werewolves: The Secret
Now living in Spokane to be near her children, Creede and Mandy's mom still doesn't know her kids are werewolves. That kind of secret can't be kept forever, though, especially since she's going to be asked to babysit once a month on the full moon! She's not stupid - Sooner or later, she's going to notice a pattern here.
And then there's the Enemy List...
Werewolves: The Grudge
Creede's getting along well in college, and Mandy and Tobias are waiting for their new baby. Everything's going to be just fine for the young Colville werewolves, right? Um, wrong. Creede's old friend Benny can't let go of a grudge, and they're both about to learn that karma's a bitch. And then there's the Deputy, Jack. How DO you become an Alpha, anyway?
Werewolves: The Quarry
Sheriff's Deputy Jack Herschel has a problem. He's been assigned to investigate a few minor anomalies in an autopsy report, and it leads him to a local Werewolf pack. He doesn't believe in werewolves. So much the worse for him.
Meanwhile, Creede White must hold his own against a pack bully, and his sister Mandy learns that being the sexiest thing on four legs brings out all kinds of predators.
Werewolves: The Pack
What would you do if you went into the hospital after an accident - and came out a werewolf? How would you keep your parents from finding out, attend a family gathering at full moon, and deal with an older werewolf who thinks he's the boss of you? How would you find out how you got infected? Creede White has a big challenge ahead of him, and it's going to get ugly before the end. (Book 1 in a seri
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