Tuesday, 9 December 2014
Book Spotlight: Wolf's Salvation by Cam Cassidy and Ruelle Channing
Title: Wolf’s Salvation
Author: Cam Cassidy and Ruelle Channing
Genre: Paranormal Military Romance
JT Howard’s heart had hardened over the years as he struggled with the demons of his past. Once he became the Alpha of Wolfpack Delta, he gave it up for a life of quiet solitude. JT’s solitude is shattered as he finds his pack embroiled in a war. When he dives into active duty, he will do whatever it takes to protect what is his.
Lou Piacella life has been filled with struggles, each one overcome, but leaving behind a scar that she’s hid behind a smart mouth and cocky attitude. A tech at MedVision Genetics lab, she finds herself an unwilling ally to the Wolfpack Delta. Finally released, she thought her life could return to normal. How could she have been so wrong?
Thrown together by circumstances beyond their control, JT and Lou will be forced to face the demons of their pasts as they struggle to stay one step ahead of MedVision. Can two people broken over time come together and find salvation one another?
The air was colder and damp under the cloak of the trees as she began walking through the woods. Stepping up over branches and tripping over ivy made the walk seem more like an obstacle course. She pondered whether JT set it up this way so that no one could get near his house; he seemed the type.
Just getting through a thicket, she spun around at the sound of leaves rustling, something coming quickly in her direction. The growl she heard made her heart nearly stop. It was like nothing she had ever heard before, nothing that she wanted to hear again. Turning away from the sound, she started to run but slid to a stop, falling on her ass as a large black wolf appeared in front of her.
Crawling backwards to get away, she said, “Nice dog…go find a bone. Wait, not a bone. I have skinny bones, no meat.”
The wolf’s eyes seemed to glow as he stalked towards her. This was not how she planned to spend her morning; being eaten by a wild animal. With every inch she backed away, the wolf took another step closer. It moved with her like a predator, each step placed carefully, slowly. It was as if it was enjoying making her squirm.
“I’m not afraid of you!”
It was a lie of course and she wondered if the wolf could smell her fear. She glanced quickly behind her and saw the fallen tree. She would be stopped soon, trapped. As her hand landed on a stick she wrapped her fingers around the rough cold bark, and when she went to scoot back, she quickly swung the stick at its head. Carlee squealed and she scooted back again as large jaws opened and snatched the stick from her hand before she could land the blow. She knew she was in serious trouble.
About the Authors:
Cam Cassidy grew up in a small Ohio farming community. The lack of neighbors and companionship of mostly cows, dogs and horses left plenty of time for her passion of reading to flourish. It wasn't long before her imagination ran away and she was creating her own stories.
As an adult, Cam is married and the mother of three who loved keeping her on her toes. The ever present cup of coffee in her hand and notebook in her purse has become a trademark. While she works full time in the medical field, her spare time is filled reading and writing. Watching her daughter ride horses, the boys dirt bikes, four wheelers, running around from one sports field to the next, she never missed jotting down that all important plot twist.
Her love romantic suspense and paranormal creatures, werewolves in particular, are showcased in her recent works. Stay on the look out vampires, some alpha military men and cowboys that are all screaming in her head to get their stories done.
Somewhere between running kids and catching up on laundry, her hard work paid off with her first publication of Wolf's Heart, co-authored with Ruelle Channing, by Fated Desires Publishing. The second book in the series, Wolf's Salvation November 2014.
Her solo career begins with A Wolf Awakens, published by Decadent Publishing coming in 2015
Ruelle Channing’s Bio