Wolf Creek 2: Duck Fart is now available at Amazon!! This is the last of my re-releases so it feels pretty good to have it available again. And just for you guys, I will say that there maaaay be a tiny little mention of a possible spoiler for the next book in the series ;) I’m evil, I know!!
Keith Malone is incredibly content. He loves coming around Wolf Creek… great food, great company, and a decent place to rest his soul when he needs it. Plus, it doesn’t hurt that his cousins let him dust off his carpenter skills with the odd job here and there.
Bailey Mitchell is incredibly nervous. He’s come all this way to Campbell River, following up on a chance encounter that happened months earlier, and now he doesn’t know what to do. One glance and it’s obvious Adam’s already taken. What’s a lonely Siamese shifter to do?
Drake McKale is incredibly grouchy. He’s sick and tired of every shifter he’s run across making fun of him. Hey, duck’s have feelings too! So what if he’s smaller than everyone else? Spoiling for a fight he can actually win, he decides to pick on the shy, little kitty in the corner. Only, Drake never reckoned the diminutive cat would proposition him. Or that the big human in the corner would want in on the action.
One part burly human, one part shy Siamese shifter and one part twinky (and kinky) duck shifter… layer together and enjoy!
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“Oh, baby, you like that? Huh? Do ya, big boy? You make me so hot. Yeah, baby–”
“Okay, that’s not working for me. Try it again.”
Bailey looked around, making sure he was still alone in the parking lot outside Wolf Creek Bar and Grill. Though he was in a parked car with the windows rolled up, he knew how sensitive supernatural hearing was. He didn’t care to be interrupted right now. He’d probably die of embarrassment if someone overheard them.
He cleared his throat. “Oh, baby, you like that? Do you like–”
“I can tell you aren’t into it.”
“Man, Sally. Of course I’m not into it. This is embarrassing!”
His childhood friend laughed, a huge guffaw that nearly burst his eardrum. He held the phone away from him.
“You need to practice if you expect to win Adam. The boy’s been there for how long now? You think he’s still innocent? I hear those hippies out in BC move fast. You need something to compel him.”
Bailey shook his head, pinching the bridge of his nose with his free hand. “I’m pretty sure my ability to dirty talk is not going to score any points. Besides, you’re forgetting that I still need to get close enough to him in order to actually do the talking dirty part. I can’t just open with that. I’m sure I sound stupid. Are you sure that’s what he’ll like? Why am I asking you anyway? It’s not like you’ve ever been with a guy.”
“Yeah, but I’ve seen way more porn than you have, buddy, and I’m positive that’s how they sound.”
“Wait, you’re going off of porn?” he whispered, scandalized.
Suddenly, Bailey straightened in his seat, swinging his head to the left. Were those headlights turning in here? Oh my God, they were. He covered the mouthpiece of the phone, whispering behind his hand. “I have to go, Sal. Someone’s coming.”
“What?” she screamed.
“Jesus, Sal. Keep it down. I’ll talk to you later.”
He snapped his cell shut, stuffing it into his jacket pocket. Straightening his jacket, he peered anxiously at the big truck that pulled in two spots away from him. The man who stepped out of the truck just about had Bailey swallowing his tongue. Jeez, he had to be a bear shifter. The man was simply massive. Tall, and muscled under the stretched white tee and scuffed blue jeans.
Work boots covered his feet. Bailey considered them, wondering what size shoe the bear had to wear. He shuffled his own size eights clad in sensible loafers. He wouldn’t match up with him, even with his preternatural speed. Cats just didn’t stack up among the supernatural elite that gathered here. It was the one thing Sally had coached him on over and over. Well, before she started in on the whole dirty talk thing.
Written by Jade Buchanan
Jade’s writing is as eclectic as her reading tastes, with over thirty erotic romance tales currently published. She’s also been known to accept writing challenges from friends and family just to see their reactions. She’s a firm believer that love and romance are universal concepts, no matter a person’s gender identity or sexual orientation. Originally from Northern Ontario, Jade has lived in British Columbia and the Sultanate of Oman in the Middle East. Jade currently lives in Calgary, Alberta, where she’s hard at work on her next story. Jade loves to hear from readers! Send her an email at email@example.com.
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