Welcome to The Cover Contessa's stop on the Unnatural (Holloway Pack #4) Blog tour!Unnatural. One word to sum up werewolf Kyle Larsen—his mood swings, abnormal body, and choice of female.
The first two, he blames on the vampire venom.
The third, though? No, feline shifter Brook Nicholls was all his doing—a female of whom the pack will never approve.
As part of the Coalition, an organisation with even stricter rules than the pack and a rigidly warped sense of responsibility, Brook comes with a whole lot of opposition of her own.
No wonder the two of them keep their relationship secret for as long as they can.
Now, distanced from his family by his own indiscretions, Kyle’s left to fight battles he’s unsure how to win—some of them even against his own pack.
Is one woman really so important that he’s willing to defy his Alpha for her?
If his heart has any say in the matter, the answer will be yes.
Series: Holloway Pack #4
Author: J.A. Belfield
Release Date: April 7th 2014
Ten Reasons to Become a Werewolf
Werewolves are stronger than you. Stronger than me. Which means, find yourself a male werewolf (who, remember, has the strength to lift YOU) and the bedroom possibilities are endless. Or maybe you like to be the dominant one? Yeah, guaranteed your dude ain’t gonna argue with where you drag him for your romping session. You’d be the boss!
2. Choose your form.
Sometimes two legs are better than four. Often four legs are better than two. As a werewolf, you’d get to pick and choose whichever best fits the task at hand. Win … win!
Who doesn’t love a little bit of hot-bloodedness? I mean, all those vampires lusted after? They have no beat to their hearts, no heat to their bodies … they’re barely a step up from a zombie or reanimated corpse. Necrophilia, much? Stick with the pulser. They’re hot—in more ways than one.
4. Enhanced hearing.
Don’t you just hate when you’re only hearing one side of a phone call and the translation is sketchy at best? Well, now you can listen in—and you don’t even need loudspeaker! Love to eavesdrop ‘round corners or through walls? Now you can! Want to ask someone something when they’re upstairs without having it sounding like there’s a shouting match happening? Super-hearing-Bob’s your uncle! Problem solved.
5. Heightened sense of smell.
No, no, no, don’t look at the downside, like B.O. and dirty washing and rotten food and whatnot—think of the positives! Because that dude you just luuuurve the smell of? Sniffing at him without looking like you’re wiping your snot on his shoulder just got a whole lot easier.
Need I say more? Say goodbye to flab and see a new you! Take the werewolf action plan! Eat whatever you want, whenever you want, and never put an ounce on, thanks to the Lupine Toning Club! One change of forms is all it takes for the ultimate workout to your muscles. Try it today! See immediate results! You won’t regret it!
7. Diet diversity.
Love meat on the verge of walking off the plate but all your friends pull their eeeewwww face and make you sit on the other side of the restaurant to munch it? Dude, they won’t be there to judge when you’re romping it up in the forest with all the still-pulsating goodness you could wish for. Plus, no high-end restaurant prices to pay at the end of the night—this stuff is free!
8. Dontcha just love to growl?
I love growling. I growl when I’m mad. I growl when I’m kidding around to let folk know they’re on the verge of overstepping my drawn line (in a kidding-not-really-kidding kinda way). I growl when … well, that’s enough of that. Point is, as much as I love growling, my growls are pretty pathetic. I mean, nobody even hears them unless I’m fairly close. If I was a werewolf? Dude, you would HEAR me growl!
9. Extended youth.
We all want to stay young for as long as possible, right? Well, werewolves mightn’t live forever, but they certainly maintain their freshness for a good few years longer than the average Joe. I’m all for a piece o’ that!
10. And finally: Increased stamina!!!!!
When doing tasks around the house, shovelling up borders in the garden, carrying a whole trolley-full of shopping to and from the car … and most importantly: in the bedroom—Oh, yeah, baby. You had to know I was going there!—you energy is gonna be buzzing for longer … and longer … and longer still. *wiggles eyebrows*
So, did I miss any? What would you consider a good enough reason to become a werewolf (other than you had no choice because some bugger bit you)?
Now those are some good reasons to be a werewolf! Thanks for letting us in on the secrets, Julie!
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Thank you so much for having me over in a non-reviewing capacity, lovely lady. Always a pleasure to be here. ♥ReplyDelete
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