Lindy & The Wulfen
The Wolf’s Mate, Book 7
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Publication Date: May 6, 2014
Print Length: 150 pages
After a devastating blow to her already fragile self esteem, werewolf Lindy Vincent has decided to stop being the pack whore and change her life for the better. With the help of her two best friends, her alpha female, and a feisty she-wolf named Eula, Lindy starts down the road of self-improvement, happy for the first time in years.
Crimson Ta'rek is a Wulfen, a cross between a wolf and a fairy, and the only one of his kind. After casting a spell for his truemate, he finds himself in the Mortal Realm rescuing the she-wolf meant to be his. When someone from his past threatens Lindy, Crimson will show the realm why no one messes with a Wulfen’s mate.
This book contains one Wulfen with eyes only for his mate, a she-wolf trying to start her life over, and the spell that brings them together. Expect plenty of shifting, growling, and neck biting, fairy magic, and gratuitous use of the word “mine.”
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Character Name: Melinda “Lindy” Vincent
Character Bio: Twenty-six years old, wolf shifter, member of Tressel Pack, works at Books & Beans
Describe yourself what is your worst and best quality?
My best quality is my loyalty to my friends. My worst quality not being very choosy with dates.
What is the one thing you wish other people knew about you?
I wish that people realized that there was a real person underneath the makeup and sexy clothes. I’m not a doll or a toy, I’m a girl that gets hurt and bleeds just like everyone else.
What is your biggest secret something no one knows about?
I like to knit. No kidding!
What are you most afraid of?
What do you want more than anything?
Before I met my mate, finding my mate was what I wanted more than anything. Now, I want kids. Lots of them. And a long, happy life with my mate.
What is your relationship status?
Mated to the most amazing wulfen, Crimson.
How would you describe your sense of fashion?
Sensible with the occasional short skirt thrown in for good measure.
How much of a rebel are you?
Not much! I rebelled in school by pushing the envelope with my clothing, but I was still a good student. And my mom was so busy dating while I was growing up that she was never around enough to notice me rebelling.
What do you considered to be your greatest achievement?
Hitting rock bottom but not letting it get the best of me. I picked myself up and started over. It’s never too late to do that.
What is your idea of happiness?
A bed, my mate, and a gallon of chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream.
What is your current state of mind?
I’m happy for the first time in I can’t even remember how long!
What is your most treasured possession?
A silver dollar my grandfather gave to me when I was a kid.
What is your most marked characteristic?
My tender heart.
What is it that you, most dislike?
Trolls, wizards, and evil fairies with bad attitudes.
Which living person do you, most despise?
For a long time I hated myself for my bad choices, but I’m over that now. Life’s too short to hate others.
What is your greatest regret?
Following in my mother’s footsteps and trying to force my way into a mating.
What is the quality you most like in a man?
Honesty. I also like a sexy bod, but honesty first.
What is the quality you most like in a woman?
Who is your favorite hero in fiction?
Mr. Rochester from Jane Eyre.
Which living person do you most admire?
Cades, my alpha.
If you could change one thing about yourself what would it be?
It might be fun to be a brunette.
What is your motto?
With my friends by my side, I can do anything.
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I always wanted to be a homebody and live in one place for my entire life, but fate had other plans. In the past twelve years of my married life, we’ve moved seven times, including from one coast to the other. Southern New Jersey is home now and I love it. I have two young children, a husband who begrudgingly pays for my ebook addiction, and two dogs that think they’re people. After college, I spent eight years as an executive assistant before “retiring” at twenty-seven to become a stay-at-home mom. I have a soft spot for self-published authors, Ghirardelli chocolate, muscle cars, and men with tattoos. Most people who know me don’t know I have a tattoo of a tiger on my hip or that I have an unhealthy obsession with The Simpsons.
I love sunsets, several cups of coffee in the morning, and I absolutely cannot live without books. When I’m not busy with my family, you’ll find me sitting at my desk working on any number of projects, including reading, reviewing, and writing.