Lifesong by Erin Lark

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Lifesong by Erin Lark

Everyone dies, and no one knows this better than Tucker--a shape-shifting wolf whose sole purpose is to sacrifice himself to heal the Earth.

Emma's insistence that her best friend is a talking wolf lands her in the psych ward. When she's released six years later, it's the wolf who takes her in. But the creature she bunks with in Maine isn't anything like the one she remembers from her childhood.

Tucker hasn't shared his bed in over a century. Falling in love the first time around ended with him having a broken heart inside the body of a wolf. He won't let it happen again--love be damned.

But when he tells Emma, a feisty blonde whose touch is just as fiery as her personality, about the pact he has with his not-so-immortal life, she does whatever she can to change his mind. Falling in love wasn't part of the plan, but now he's falling fast. And if that isn't bad enough, the mind-blowing sex and Emma becoming the pack's new alpha certainly add complications.

With the Earth crumbling beneath their feet, can Emma save the pack and the wolf she loves? Or will she make the ultimate sacrifice?
 

About Erin Lark

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Erin loves writing out her deepest fantasies, from sexy wereshifters, to strong characters and all things BDSM. But she wasn't always this way. In fact, up until 2011, writing erotica was the furthest thing from her mind. Happily living in a world of fantasy and science fiction, the dirtiest scenes she ever wrote were a kiss between a druid and a dryad along with a skydance between two gryphons. As uncomfortable as it was, Erin accepted a challenge from her husband to write something new. It started with one word. Two words. Three thousand words later and she was hooked. She currently lives in Pennsylvania with her husband and their small collection of pets.
 
Published October 14, 2012 by Total-E-Bound Publishing. 142 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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