A TIME TO HOWL is a novella (short story) set in Crimson City, a paranormal romance world full of vampires, humans, werewolves, demons and mechs.
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In this Crimson City story, werewolf rogue Tajo Maddox finds himself in charge of the safe-keeping of one very uncooperative princess, Gianna Asprey. The lovely Gia might technically just have been kidnapped (for her own good, of course) but she sees her captivity with Tajo as a new kind of freedom – and as a chance to experience the passion she's been longing for from inside the cage of her gilded life. It's a Crimson City fairy tale...
Desire meets danger in a paranormal romance world full of hot heroes and bad-ass heroines, unique world-building, a big ensemble cast and a dynamite love story.
WHAT THE PRINCESS WANTS...THE PRINCESS GETS
She tucked a lock of hair back behind her ear and studied Tajo’s mouth.
“Well?” he rasped.
“Do be quiet.”
“What?” He’d just realized she was calling his bluff, and he clearly didn’t know what to do next. He hadn’t really expected her to try and kiss him.
“Shut up,” she said nervously as she climbed atop him.
He was clearly shocked. He watched her watching him, unconsciously wetting his lower lip with his tongue. Gia gazed at the damp streak left behind, her pulse racing so fast that she’d have mobilized an entire cadre of doctors had she been back at the palace. Of course, they also would have pulled her off him.
Tajo went still, lying below her as he was, just staring back at her with a strange kind of agony clouding his face. “Gia,” he mouthed more than said. “I was just kidding. Don’t do—”
Gia lowered her mouth to his...