Werewolf Romance by Kaycee Kline
A torrid, steamy retelling of Beauty and the Beast, 'Seduced By The Alpha Wolf' is sure to hook readers until the very last caress.
An out of place college student who feels completely alone in her world, Marie Damascus answers an ad posted online requesting the help of a maid.
When she discovers her potential employer, Adrian Capitoline, is the man of every woman's dreams—a sexy, mysterious, billionaire—she thinks she's encountered a miracle.
She's quick to become his live-in maid, and delighted when a sizzling romance begins to develop between the two of them. Until night falls, and Marie must learn that even the gentlest man has a beast—and that she might very well like it.
As Marie fully embraces the nature of her sexual awakening with the man of her dreams she soon finds that she must come to terms with her desires for the monster within him. At the hands of a beast so powerful, she finds herself helpless, and can't manage to admit to herself how much she loves it.
Fully embracing her life with both sides of her lover: in control during the day and losing it each night, she revels in her erotic relationship with her employer.
But when Adrian questions her strength of conviction, she decides to take her power back in the same way the wolf has taken it from her.
WARNING: This book contains adult content and is meant for 18+ readers only.
What others are saying:
"If you have a sexual fantasy then it's probably acted out. My eyes were glued to the pages and my hand was over my mouth and I had to read most pages twice. It was pretty awesome."
"An electric erotica which celebrates both the lighter, and darker sides of love."
"This story is intense and Provocative!. The characters are fantastic!. You will love this sweet, touching, kinky and erotic book!"
"This is a well written hot romance. The characters are people, you can relate with even if you aren't a wolf."
tags: alpha billionaire paranormal wolf shifter romance
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