Finley doesn’t want or need a mate. Broken Peak isn’t safe for a female or pups. But when a female he’s never met is threatened, he’s convinced the only place where she’s safe is at Broken Peak. Living with the Pack and him. As his mate.
Maggie Iotor is running for her life to a rumored place of safety and finds a sanctuary she didn’t think existed for shifters. But she needs to leave Broken Peak behind to keep the shifters who live there safe from the deranged leader of her clan set on finding her and bringing her back at whatever cost.
Can Maggie accept everything Finley and Broken Peak can give her or will she walk away from it all and turn her back on the wolf her animal has claimed as her mate?
Targeted Age Group:: adults
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
Broken Disciple came to fruition after listening to the American Scandal Podcast. I wanted to write about a raccoon shifter, and the podcast give my muse the perfect place the heroine needed to be running from.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
The characters of Broken Peak Pack started because I had a character in mind who never fit in any book. Once I found a home for Vixen, all the other characters took shape and the world grew and continues to grow.
A wolf pup barreled out the front door of the log cabin Maggie had been watching for the past week. She knew the pup well enough. He was a curious sort, always ready to play with the older and much bigger wolves, who were all surprisingly patient and gentle with him.
She sat up on her hind legs and squinted her eyes.
Her raccoon’s day vision wasn’t as good as her night vision, so she couldn’t see much during the day when the pack seemed the most active. Once she arrived in their territory, Maggie hadn’t shifted back. She’d been in her animal body for so long, she worried that the animal would take over. The longer her kind remained an animal, the more difficult it was to push the animal back inside. It was a risk, but one she was willing to take.
Necessity couldn’t always live in the same place as options and decisions.
She read that somewhere.
In a book.
She couldn’t remember the title of the book, but that was okay. She didn’t remember the title when she pushed the animal inside and allowed the female to emerge either. But she did know it was from a book. Her little beast hadn’t completely taken over.
She remembered it was from a book of proverbs.
Not that Book of Proverbs. No way in Hell Zachery would allow that particular book to contaminate the bookshelves of any member of the Gaze. No. The only books any member had been allowed to read had to be approved by Zachery.
She had followed the directions left for her, which was how she found herself in the middle of a remote area of the Appalachians and stuck inside her animal for the past week.
Maggie needed to make sure the X at the end of the map didn’t lead to some place worse than the one she came from.
So far she’d pieced together that bears, wolves, mountain lions, a coyote, a badger, and something she couldn’t identify because whenever it came out, her raccoon took over, locked the woman side of her inside, and hid in the hole in her tree. Except for the not-human beastie, as far as Maggie knew, none of the kinds of shifters living in the region allied themselves to the Gazes.
Well, that was something you didn’t see every day.
The pup was running right to her. And scurrying along over the brown grass in front of the pup was a tan little rodent thingy sold in human pet stores.
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