Life Lessons

Jace Matheson is a werewolf with a chip on his shoulder. He acted out, back talked, and purposely ditched his classes in hopes of getting himself sent home. Jace was different from the other students, and his preference for the same sex made his time at the school even more painful. That was until he walked into the Chancellor’s office and instead gaining his freedom, his wolf screamed, "Mate!" More

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About Dianna Bell

I am an an artist and an author. I love to draw, read, and I love to write, my hope is to one day getting my work professionally published. I want to hear someone say, "Oh my, I love that author, or I loved that book." That is my dream.

My interest in reading began on one sunny summer afternoon at the age of 12. I went back home to Jamiaca to spend my summer vacation with family that still lived on the island. Well let me tell you, being the youngest and always left out by the older ones, I had nothing to do, until one fateful day I stumbled across my mother's old Mills and Boons and Harlequin books and the rest is history.

Over the years reading has become my passion, it is my number one go to whenever I can find the chance, my house, my car, and now through the wonderful world of technology my kindle, my phone, and my computer are covered with books.

Then my daughter, bless her heart, another reading addict introduced me to wattpad, huh, free stories...woohoo..then wait, anyone can write in this site...and what do you know, ladydianna01 was born. I ran across all types of genres in there, and then on kindle, but what really grabbed me was Male on Male stories. They were just so much more than regular day in and day out Female and Male love stories. But the stories I read were either one time hookups, or BDSM scenes with no real love and romance, I mean there were some, but I wanted to see if I could combine the two.

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