The Werewolf Alpha’s Solstice Miracle

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When an emergency landing forces Enid into the Alpha’s territory, she recognizes him as a lost soul. Something about him seems so familiar, and so absolutely devastating to her heart. It’s easy to fall in love with him, but he’s loved and lost and believes that part of his life is over. It may take divine intervention to give them both a second chance. Will they be brave enough to accept it? More
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About Bianca D'Arc

Bianca D’Arc lives on Long Island, in New York. She is the daughter of a Dutch immigrant to the U.S. and a materials scientist who worked on America's space program, including such projects as the lunar module, space shuttle and most of the Apollo missions. She earned a university degree in chemistry, and later, graduate degrees in library science and law. Forsaking the corporate world soon after the terrible events of 9/11/01, she began her writing career in earnest in late 2005. She focuses on the paranormal, sci fi and fantasy genres of romance, and loves creating happy-ever-afters for her characters.

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About the Series: Tales of the Were - Big Wolf
Stories set in and around Big Wolf, Texas and the Big Wolf Werewolf Pack.

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Heather Bowron reviewed on Jan. 13, 2021

Alpha Joe is one character that intrigued me when I first met him, I wondered what happened to him. I was surprised to meet Enid, I wasn't really expecting her, a lot like Kate the Redstone's priestess, Enid hadn't found a home yet, somewhere she belongs permanently. The twist in this story was unusual but ended very happily. Bianca D'Arc is a very gifted storyteller, one who's captured my imagination for years, every book is a new adventure into worlds that are new and exciting. I would definitely consider any book by Bianca a must read for paranormal and fantasy lovers
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