Saturday, February 15, 2014

ADAM – Now available on Amazon #Kindle #MM #Shifters #Sirenbookstrand

[Siren Classic ManLove: Erotic Alternative Paranormal Romance, M/M, werewolves, HEA]

Adam is a wolf hybrid, the result of a secret military research project splicing animal DNA with human DNA to create the perfect soldier. He was never meant to see the outside world, but a freak gas explosion gives him a chance to escape. Now a hunted man, Adam trusts no one, and he expects to spend the rest of his life alone.

Journalist Chaunce "Chance" Philip Hollis III is unlucky in love and stuck in a job he hates. Then he meets Adam. It's lust at first sight, and Chance is sure he's found the perfect man. Adam is determined not to involve Chance in his life, but it's already too late. The bad guys are hot on his trail and just as determined to use Chance for bait. To save Chance, Adam will have to show his true colors and use the only weapons he has—fangs and fur.

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For crying out Pete!
Adam’s heart lurched as he watched the blond enter the bar. There was something about him…The long hair hanging to his shoulders, or maybe it was his walk, a confident strut that said don’t mess with me. It was Loki’s walk, Loki’s hair.
Adam knew it wasn’t Loki. That would be impossible. The odds of them ending up in the same place were astronomical. But damn, this kid had that same spark of brash attitude. Normally Adam didn’t allow himself to dwell on the past, but he couldn’t take his eyes off the boy.
Adam glanced up at the clock. His shift as bouncer was over, and he should leave. Instead, he sat at the bar. He never drank hard liquor or beer, but he couldn’t just stand around gawking at the boy. He asked for a bottle of water. It was stupid, he knew, but he felt like he’d just spotted a long lost family member.
The blond was already dancing.
Adam took a swallow of water and watched the men grinding on the dance floor. He only had eyes for the young blond, the one who reminded him of Loki. There was an intensity about the boy that demanded attention.
The electronic beat of the music made the dance floor vibrate. The boy’s white T-shirt was already soaked with sweat and clinging to his chest. Skintight denim hugged his butt and thighs, enhancing every twist and turn of his body as he danced. Other men were looking at him with hungry, lustful eyes, and Adam didn’t like it. It reminded him too much of the way the guards had looked at Loki and some of the other hybrids. No one had looked at Adam that way. Maybe it was because he was bigger than most. Or maybe it had more to do with his parentage. Few had dared to cross Dr. Shepard.

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