Foxy Lady

No Box Books

The third stand-alone romance in New York Times bestseller Marie Harte’s small town, shapeshifter romance series: Cougar Falls.

There’s more than one way to outsmart a fox...

Trust Julia Easton to screw up Sheriff Ty Roderick’s March Madness plans. The pixie-faced vixen might be the picture of feminine perfection, but she tests his innate sense of order to its limits. Weeks ago, he let his conscience turn down a proposition his body still burns to accept—then she vanished. Now he’s in the middle of Nowhere, Washington, racing to rescue her from danger.

There’s risk in leaving Cougar Falls, but it’s the only way Julia can hope to save her sister from making the same mistake she almost made with Ty. Settling down and having kits is one thing, but it can’t be done with a human, especially one from a hunting family. Unfortunately, her sister isn’t budging, and the fiancé’s brother won’t take Julia’s no for an answer, either.

When Ty comes riding to their rescue, Julia plans to use him and lose him. No way is she throwing herself at that alpha jerk’s feet in gratitude. Then Ty gives her the answer her heart still longs for: he wants to spend the rest of his life making things right. Now if only she can find the courage to say yes.

This title has been previously released.

Warning, this title contains the following: brutish killers, outfoxing females, and a love so hot it should be illegal. But no worries, the sheriff has a few tricks up his sleeve.

“Sassy strong females, protective alpha males who love their mates. Interesting conflicts both outside and inside their secret town. And of course, lots of shifter lovin’! ... For short stories, they are well developed and deliciously layered.” Ms Pink
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About the author

Caffeine addict, boy referee, and romance aficionado, New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Marie Harte has over 100 books published with more constantly on the way. She’s a confessed bibliophile and devotee of action movies. Whether hiking in Central Oregon, biking around town, or hanging at the local tea shop, she’s constantly plotting to give everyone a happily ever after. Visit http://marieharte.com and fall in love.

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No Box Books
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Published on
Oct 16, 2018
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Pages
182
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ISBN
9781642920192
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Fantasy / Paranormal
Fiction / Fantasy / Romantic
Fiction / Romance / Paranormal / General
Fiction / Romance / Paranormal / Shifters
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~~~~~ Excerpt ~~~~~

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The sixth stand-alone romance in New York Times bestseller Marie Harte’s small town, shapeshifter romance series: Cougar Falls.

When good girls go bad, they go wolf.

Shapeshifter Monty GrayClaw has lived a wild life. A youth spent in Cougar Falls hadn’t prepared him for the outside world, or for hunters—humans who capture and slaughter Ac-taw. They nearly killed him before he escaped years of torture. Now living safely in Cougar Falls once more, he’s trying to put the past behind him and look toward the future.

That future includes Sophie Tanner, a shy woman new to both her Ac-taw heritage and the town. Sophie is a sweet, lovely young wolf who calls to everything inside him. When an enemy from Monty’s past tracks him down, it will take the gentle woman with a will of iron to save the day. But when their shared history comes to haunt them both, can Monty save his mate, or will she leave him and Cougar Falls behind forever?

This title has been previously released.

Warning, this title contains the following: A slow moving wolf and a shy virgin with an addiction to adult movies, date nights gone wrong, and bad guys with bite. But when the good girl goes bad, stand back and watch the fur fly.

“The characters are wonderfully written. Both of them have damaged pasts, but the author does not harp on their angst, instead concentrates on their strengths. The plot is fast moving and full of exciting action and steamy love scenes. I definitely recommend this book and the entire series.” Coffee Time Romance and More
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