Phoenix and the Wolf

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Diana is drawn to the sun and dreams of flying, but her elderly grandmother needs her feet firmly on the ground. When Diana’s old clunker breaks down in front of a high-end car lot, she seeks help and finds herself ensnared by the sexy werewolf mechanic who runs the repair shop. Stone makes her want to forget all her responsibilities and take a walk on the wild side...with him. 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 - Lick of Fire
Mythical phoenix shifters feature in this short series by USA Today Bestselling Author, Bianca D'Arc.

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Reviews of Phoenix and the Wolf by Bianca D'Arc

Heather Bowron reviewed on March 13, 2019

Diana has been taking care of the only relative she thinks she has left, her Oma, and has given up her dreams, she's become too pragmatic. Enter Alpha Adam Stone, Stone to just about everyone, he takes things seriously but not too seriously, he likes to play as wolves do. I think this book is awesome, though it seemed a little short, that's okay because the story pulls at heartstrings and gets you thinking. Lance (from Phoenix Rising) gets a surprise at the end of this book which is pretty awesome if you ask me *grin*
(reviewed 8 months after purchase)
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