I’m happy to brag about another Viv Arend release.
Wolf Games. the long awaited third book in her Granite Lake Wolves series releases today at Samhain Publishing. Here’s a little more info about the book:
Wolf Games: The Blurb
True love’s path never did run smooth.
After seven years of total denial, Maggie Raynor’s body—and her inner wolf—are in full revolt. Weak and shaky, she literally falls into the very large and capable arms of the Granite Lake Beta, Erik Costanov. The last thing she wants is a mate, particularly when just looking at another wolf scares her to death. And one as big and sexy as Erik? Really bad idea, no matter what her libido says.
Erik expected to meet Maggie in Whitehorse to escort her to the home of her sister, his pack’s Omega. Sheer chance puts him in the right place at the right time to catch her, but the realization that hits him with the force of a full body shot is no accident. She’s his mate. An even bigger shock? She wants no part of him—not until she resolves her issues.
She’ll have to work fast, because they’re both selected to represent the pack during the premier sporting event for wolves in the north. Not only will she have to work as a team with Erik, she’ll have to face down her fear of wolves. Especially her own.
Let the Games begin.
Warning: Contains uber-sexy werewolves of Russian descent, reluctant mates and exotic travels through the Yukon wilderness. Includes sarcasm and hot nookie under the Midnight Sun.
You can buy your copy of Wolf Games HERE.
And…Viv sent through some interesting tidbits about the setting of Wolf Games:
Ten True Travelog facts about locations in WOLF GAMES:
10. The Liard Hotsprings are beautiful, natural hotsprings with a little man-made boardwalk/decking to minimize the continued impact.
9. The entire Yukon’s population is 30,000. Whitehorse’s population takes up 25,000.
8. Haines Junction is in Canada and is the corner you turn on the Alaskan Highway to get to Alaska (hang a right). Or, go straight, over the pass and down to the Ocean into Alaska to find Haines. Two different towns.
7. Skagway and Dyea were two of the favorite routes to the Yukon Gold Rush. Skagway was for the richer prospector since you had to hire horses. Dyea lead to the Chilkoot trail where men and women carried all their supplies on their back in exhausting repetitive trips. (2 tonnes as required by the RCMP)
6. En-route to Carmacks you pass Braeburn and the shop that serves the ‘Biggest Cinnamon Buns in the World.
5. The Yukon River can be paddled from Whitehorse to Dawson City in an easy 2 week trip. Or you can race it in 3 days in the annual ‘Yukon Quest’ held every June.
4. Most of the dangerous rapids on the Yukon river are gone since the hydro electric dam was built by Whitehorse. Now sweepers (fallen trees hanging over the river) and sand bars are the most dangerous hazards.
3. As they’ve remodeled and updated Dawson City the developers have been careful to check for gold dust that settled through the old floorboards into the dirt under the hotels/bars etc.
2. The tombstone mountains are located along the Dempster Highway. This road ends at the Arctic Ocean
1. There’s this simply AWESOME sushi restaurant in Whitehorse, if you’re ever up that way…
Congrats, Viv, on your new release.