Moonlight Drifter (MF)

JCS Books

Heat Rating: Sizzling
Word Count: 29,000
3 Ratings (3.3)

Allie Jenson has drifted from one pack to another, ever since her family died. She thinks she might have finally found a home with the Ashton Grove pack, but her life is not easy. She has a job she hates, and none of the males want her for more than sex - not that she's giving it up. When were-tiger Cain Boudreaux takes it upon himself to "save" her from a handsy customer, by claiming her in front of their packmates no less, things get a little out of hand. He's rude, chauvinistic, and totally not her type. Well, maybe he's not completely not her type. He does have that tall, dark, and sexy thing going on. And that Cajun accent slides across her skin like warm silk. But what in the heck is she going to do with a man who thinks her place is barefoot and in the kitchen?

(this story comes after Moonlight Angel in the series)

Moonlight Drifter (MF)
3 Ratings (3.3)

Moonlight Drifter (MF)

JCS Books

Heat Rating: Sizzling
Word Count: 29,000
3 Ratings (3.3)
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What???? It finishes mid paragraph and that's it - totally lost with the ending.

As she set the first bottle of beer down at table three, the big human with the mustache reached over and patted her on her ass. She ground her teeth together, to keep from snapping at him, and calmly set the other bottles down in front of the other three men.

“Can I get you gentlemen anything else?” she asked, trying to keep her voice sweet and light.

“Just you, honey.” The one with the mustache leered at her.

“I’m afraid I’m not on the menu, guys.”

“Aww, come on. We just want to have a little fun. We’d treat you right,” he said.

A shiver raked down her spine. They wanted to share her? All four of them? She hoped her face didn’t show her distaste. She took a step back, getting out of grabbing range, told them once more that she wasn’t interested, and then walked away, head held high. She heard them calling out to her, but she didn’t stop, didn’t look back. When she reached the bar, she set her tray down and sighed in relief. She’d thought for a moment that things would get ugly.

She might not love this job, but she needed it. The pack owned the apartments where she lived, but there was still rent to pay. A nominal amount compared to what she’d be paying elsewhere, but there were also utilities and cable. Not to mention car insurance and gas to put in her car and, with the way gas prices had been climbing, that wasn’t cheap. If it weren’t for all of her moving around, she’d wish she had a smaller vehicle. The large SUV came in handy when it came time to load up her boxes though. She hoped her days of moving around were over, she really did, but there were days when she wondered if she’d made the right decision. More than once she’d contemplated hitting the road and seeing where life would take her, what adventure would next be on her list of things to do.

What she needed was a man who would be her all-time adventure, a man worth settling down with, but she was starting to wonder if that would happen. She’d dated a few guys in the pack, but she hadn’t felt that pull that she’d always heard about. They’d been nice, and the dates had been pleasant, but other than that initial amount of lust, there’d been no spark. So she’d passed on a second date and had moved on.

She’d heard rumblings that she was a tease because she wouldn’t invite her dates inside at the end of the night. It was no secret they wanted more from her than she was willing to give, but she’d made a vow when she was a kid and she’d kept it so far. No man was getting between her legs, unless he was her mate. She hadn’t led a pristine life, had even been caught stealing once or twice, but it was the one gift she could give her mate. The knowledge that no one had come before him. She would belong to him and only him.

Out of the corner of her eye, she saw two males settle in her section. She adjusted her ponytail, brushed her bangs aside once more, and went to greet her new customers. It was with a great deal of relief that she noticed it was two pack members, Cain Boudreaux and Sawyer Braxton. She knew they worked together at Connor’s construction company, and usually Rex McKinnon was with them. They’d sat in her section a few times, but usually preferred one of the tables near the wall in the back. She supposed it was so they could survey the whole room.

“Hey guys.” She smiled. “Two beers?”

“Bring a pitcher of whatever’s popular tonight,” Sawyer said. “Rex should be joining us soon. I think he was going to see if Adriel wanted a night out. He stays glued to Kinley so we try to get him out every now and then for some time with the guys.”

Cain laughed. “Yeah, dude’s whipped.”

Allie frowned. “So, because he loves his mate and wants to spend time with her, he’s whipped? I feel sorry for your mate, Boudreaux. Women like to feel wanted, needed, as if they’re the most important thing in your life. Seems like Adriel already figured that out.”

Cain shook his head. “Not gonna happen. No woman is gonna grab this tiger by the tail and lead me around by my whiskers. My mate is going to know she’s important, but she’s also going to know her place.”

Allie’s eyebrows arched. “Her place? As in what, barefoot in the kitchen?”

He shrugged. “I make a comfortable living. No sense in my woman working if she doesn’t have to.”

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