The Last Blue Moon

The Last Blue Moon

eBook - 2014
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The San Francisco Bay Area has a long history of hosting a diverse human population. Things get a little bit wilder than human alone, though. Witches, werewolves, and even demons have claimed the territory for their own. Yet amidst power struggles and supernatural threats, love still finds a way...Despite her father's disapproval and a mountain of pack secrets and lies, Sofia Leones claimed Hunter Quezada as her mate when they were still in college. Yet fate saw them torn apart when Hunter stood accused of killing a human. Ten agonizing years passed before she saw him again, when bodies began piling up in San Francisco. Hunter was sure he could never convince Sofia to believe in him, but he had to set his injured pride aside to protect her. A blue moon was coming, offering dark occult power to any cruel enough to claim it. Their only hope for survival was to work together once more. With their lives threatened, the last thing Sofia and Hunter need is to distracted by the past and the tenderness they once shared. But while first love might have been hard to lose, the passion they rediscover could be every bit as dangerous to their hearts as the foe they face. Excerpt:Hunter went still. He didn't pull away from me or stop touching me, but he didn't do anything else either. He just stood there over me, his warm brown eyes searching my face. "Do you not want me anymore?""I want you to stop if I tell you to stop," I explained, though I could tell by the way he narrowed his eyes that the explanation hadn't quite worked for him. Finally, he loosened his grip on my arms and began drawing away. "All right."He was warmer to the touch than a human, as any of our kind tended to be, but that wasn't why I felt cold when he was no longer pressed to me. The absence of him ached like a phantom limb that wouldn't go away. Before he could put too much distance between us, one of my hands went to the back of his neck and pulled him in once again for a kiss. This time my lips stroked over his to remember all the sweetness there had been before, offering him so much more than just nonresistance. If he was confused by my change of heart, he didn't show it. He responded quickly by pressing himself to my body again, bending me backwards over the desk with the kiss. Hunter's lips parted against mine and his teeth scraped against my bottom lip, a quiet growl escaping his throat. Then he took my mouth again, his tongue plunging past my lips to taste and explore. I whimpered and clung to him tighter, my fingers sliding up the back of his neck and burying themselves in his hair. My other hand went to the small of his back to hold him. I pushed my way up under his coat to rub along his spine through the thin cotton of his t-shirt, then tugged the shirt up as well so I could get to his skin. My fingers curled against his warm flesh, dragging down it just to feel him every way I could. When he broke the kiss we were both panting, but he gave little time for either of us to recover. His lips were instantly at my neck to kiss and trail over the sensitive skin there. I hissed softly and pushed back against him, tucking my jaw down to keep from exposing my throat to him. As badly as I wanted him, I wasn't sure about submitting and that's exactly what offering him my throat meant. He drew away again, but only far enough to meet my eyes. Hunger was naked on his face, making me feel more like prey than another wolf. "You don't trust me with your throat?" he asked, his voice quiet and dark. I licked my lips, tasting his lingering presence there. "Give me a reason to."--Provided by publisher
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Selkie Publishing, 2014
ISBN: 9781311932778
Branch Call Number: EBOOK ENKI
Characteristics: 1 online resource
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Additional Contributors: enki Library


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