Believe in Me

Decadent Publishing Company

Heat Rating: Sizzling
Word Count: 9,000
8 Ratings (4.3)

Werewolf Jack Johnson has always known he wanted a human woman to share his intense emotions. When he signs up for a 1Night Stand date, the same service that found a mate for his sister, he knows the odds are against him finding his own—yet he believes he will. Gloria Powell has been on the run with her six-year old daughter for years, desperate to escape a deranged ex-husband bent on killing her. Tired of running and never having a normal life, she just wants one night to forget everything. Can Gloria believe in and accept the protective wolf Madame Eve found for her or has she really given up on believing in fantasies?

Believe in Me
8 Ratings (4.3)

Believe in Me

Decadent Publishing Company

Heat Rating: Sizzling
Word Count: 9,000
8 Ratings (4.3)
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Fun and enjoyable short story.
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Jack couldn’t believe fate had been so kind to him. He’d been driven to sign up with the 1Night Stand and now he knew why. His mate had been brought to him through the dating service. And her beauty took his breath away.

He’d known the second he’d scented her that she belonged to him. Cinnamon and honey surrounded her, but he smelled peppermint and Ovaltine on her, as well. He wanted to lick her from the tips of her toes to the top of her head. Hopefully, someday she’d let him do so.

Right then, he craved to kiss her. And kiss her. And kiss her. Her lips were soft. In fact, all of her glorious curves caressed his skin like she’d been made from the softest of silk. Restraint kept him from pulling her shirt over her head and filling his hands with her breasts.

“You are so incredible.” He sniffed at her neck to get another whiff of her uniqueness. The scent of what surely must be heaven filled his nose.

“It’s been a long time for me.” A light red hue coated her cheeks. “I don’t do this type of thing.”

“And for that, I’ll be eternally grateful.”

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