You don’t have to be a wolf to show your claws, but it helps.
My five boyfriends—yes, five—are being much too patient with me. That’s pissing a few people off. It seems that when living with a pack of wolves, there are certain expectations for the alpha’s mate…and I suck at this. A few months ago, I had no idea shifters even existed! I just wanted a safe home, and this is it, although it’s not at all what I imagined. When an ex-girlfriend decides to make my life a living hell, pack rules say that if I want to keep my place, I need to win my own fights. That’s not easy when she’s young, fit, beautiful, and a wolf. And I’m not.
But with the help of a few friends, a little medical advice, and a whole lot of pent-up sexual frustration, one thing is going very, very well. Five boyfriends really are better than one. I just have to balance them with my child and these new pack responsibilities.
Because, this was my second chance. I’d intended to learn how to be strong, but I was thinking more about having my own opinions and less about dominance challenges. I should be focusing on the bully picking on my daughter at school. The pack’s children are being singled out by some kid, and that is a problem, but this woman will not leave me alone!
If I want to be strong, I need to stop letting others push me around. It’s time for the claws to come out.
The Wolves Next Door series contains some profanity, consensual sex, and one adult woman who falls for multiple younger men.