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When he starts to feel more than just lust for the lovely Silver, he backs off, hurting Silver’s feelings but protecting his heart.
But Abe can’t resist either Silver or the urge to claim his mate—even if she’s human and hasn’t a clue about bear shifters.
Especially not the readers who are my fans and ARE reading the books in order. Do I info dump on the readers who did read the previous book? Or do I just go on my merry way and keep writing new books and take that information into consideration for future books? What do you think of— And maybe, also addressing the issue in the letter in the back.
This is especially difficult because I tried something different with these two books. I don’t want readers missing out on an important component of the story. Or, should I simply address it in the front and back of the book and let readers who pick up the book on it’s own know that they can find out all about the sister stuff in Scarlett? *** Jessica Aspen has always wanted to be spirited away to a world inhabited by elves, were-wolves and sexy men who walk on the dark side of the knife.
Last week, when she’d finally given up on being able to afford her own rent and taken up residency on Traci’s couch.