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Blog Tour: Rise of the Alpha Squirrel by Kate Lowell #Paranormal #MMromance @PridePromo



Rise of the Alpha Squirrel by Kate Lowell

Series: Nutty Romances Book: Two
Series should be read in order for maximum enjoyment

Release Date: February 25, 2016




Blurb:

Nathan's met Vince's family, but Vince hasn't met Nathan's, and Nathan would like to keep it that way. Holy smoked almonds, what else do you do when you know how completely nuts your relatives are?
Why, you ease your man into it, by introducing him to normal shifters. Assuming you can find any.
But with a gossipy werehummingbird spreading the news, and a pair of young red pandas wreaking havoc with their fainting goat friends, Nathan’s about ready to climb into a pine cone and pull it in after him.
Then the local playboy weremoose hears about Vince, and Nathan has to find his inner alpha or the consequences will be worse than moldy hazelnuts.

Words: Approximately 24,000 words

Categories: Contemporary, Fiction, Gay Fiction, Humor, M/M Romance, Paranormal, Romance, Urban Fantasy




Excerpt 7:

Chapter 4: Living With a Human Roommate—The Herbivore’s Dilemma
Ah, the human. Omnivores with definite carnivorish tendencies. For the herbivore, living with a human can be nerve-wracking, but there are tricks you can use to ensure your safety and comfort while living with these prickly and unpredictable creatures.
First off, understand that humans can be territorial. While food in the family herd or burrow will be shared, humans have a tendency to ‘claim’ objects as their own, including food. Therefore, it is extremely important to understand that a human’s food is never to be touched, no matter how tempting it is or how hungry you are.  Obviously, a good half of it will be unappetizing, but stay away from that salad!
Of course, humans as well are not always respecters of boundaries. With this in mind, there are certain strategies which can be recommended to allow for better relations with your human roommate.

One good idea to implement in every shared living situation is labelled storage.  Cupboards, bottles, boxes, shelves in the refrigerator. Since scent marking isn’t an effective means of indicating ownership, other methods must be use. Sticky labels, easily purchased from an office supply store, are a useful tool to avoid human predation on your food supplies. Simply write your name on them and apply them to whatever it is you want to protect from your human.  And if the human fails to recognize your boundaries, your next step…

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Meet the author:

Kate Lowell lives on the east coast of Canada, in an old farm house that has way more personality than it has any right to. During the winter, she spends her time dreading snow, cursing at snow, shoveling snow, and scheming ways to shove it down the kids' necks. During the summer, she prays not to have snow. :)

Kate likes to play in ALL the sandboxes. While her main genres are paranormal and contemporary suspense, she is also interested in science fiction, fantasy and--weirdly--romantic comedy. She’s willing to pay large amounts of money to anyone who can come up with a Time Turner, or find her an agreeable Time Lord to sort out her scheduling problems. 


You can contact her at katelowellbooks (at) gmail.com . If you think you’d like to try writing gay romance, come visit her critique group (Link can be found at http://katelowell.com). New members are always welcome.
ew members are always welcome.

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Publisher: Kate Lowell
Cover Artist: Ana J. Phoenix




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