[Promo] Wolf’s Blade (The Paladins 1) by Clare Dargin


Wolf’s Blade
The Paladins 1
Clare Dargin
 Contemporary, Paranormal, Shifters, Wolves
Heat Level 4,
Words 32,000
Content Notes Intense, Extreme Violence, Non-Sexual Physical Assault
Publication Date 12/28/2015,
Liquid Silver Books
 Samantha Dixon rescues a wounded wolf shifter in the
woods near her home … and unwittingly gets drawn into a dangerous game of cat
and mouse with a murderer.
Callum Blake is on the trail of an evil
man who would be king of all wolf kind, no matter the cost … it’s up to Callum
to stop him.
How can Callum fulfill his duty to
protect his pack and save the woman who is destined to be his mate?
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Callum Blake
growled and grabbed his forearm. He opened his clenched fist as the nails on
his hand morphed into long dark claws. He gritted his teeth and closed his eyes
as he fought the urge to shift. He pounded the tree and glanced up at the night
sky and prayed in agony to the wolf goddess. He pleaded for help. He’d take
anything she had to offer if it would provide even the smallest amount of
Nothing. The
pain continued. He shook his head and grimaced in an attempt to remove the fog
that was starting to shroud his mind. He silently cried out to her again.
Why are you
silent? You’re the reason I took this mission and now you’re allowing me to
frustration mingled with his physical pain, adding to his misery. The beast
fought its way to the surface. He opened his mouth and howled. A mixture of a
roar and a yell, it relieved some of the tension within him, but it did not
drive away the urge to shift. Leaning against the tree, he dug his claws into
the bark, burrowing deep grooves as he exerted his strength against the muscle
contraction. His pulse pounded in his ears as sweat poured down on his face.
Unlike his wolf self who resided peacefully inside of him, his lycan did not
have the same kind of placating nature. It yielded only to the strongest of
commands exerted to it from his mind. It was supposed to live in harmony just
as his inner wolf, but it refused.
For wolf
shifters, their human and wolf self were like two individuals abiding in one
nature. One innately human, sharing some of the same abilities and desires as
regular people only with keener senses and more powerful instincts. The other,
their wolf side was wild and untamed. It acted on a gut response, using its
innate sixth sense to interact with the world around it. The wolf freely gave
into its passions, choosing strength and cunning over calculated reasoning.
The lycan,
however, was a being whose nature lived far beyond that of the wolf. Not
present in all wolf shifters, it was like a curse of their wolf self-causing
them to revert to a primitive version of their wolf self. Acting on impulse and
rage, the lycan did not use reason or soft emotions like joy, love, and
happiness, it understood violence.


Author Bio
Dargin is a multi-published romance author. She has written for several
publishers in different genres, including erotic romance, military romance,
contemporary, paranormal, and sci-fi. She lives in the mid-west, and when not
surfing the web, she is hard at work writing her next romance novel. You can
find her on Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, and Amazon.
Social Media Links
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