In the more northern reaches of the States, my friends have been buried under snow. And they’re tired of it. They sent me pictures, and feeling for them, while I’m planting my new plants and it’s 70 degrees out, I sent my wolves to warm them up.
What else could I do??? That’s what werewolf friends are supposed to do, right? Send in the pack to help?
So here’s what happened when they arrived. It was time for a photo op.
The first is in Minnesota. The second is in Chicago area.
And now I’m back to edits on A Highland Wolf Christmas.
Which means, I’m back to hibernating…
But not sleeping!
But I’ve been tossing around the idea of working on a shorter book for Bella’s wolf pack in Heart of the Wolf, and one for the lost Arctic wolf pack that is currently homeless. 🙂
Are you interested?
Cougar’s Mate, the first in the series will be coming out soon also!
“Giving new meaning to the term alpha male!”
Yes! I would love to see that Arctic wolf pack again!!! And Bella’s pack too! Actually I would love to see any of the packs again!
Ahh, thanks so much, Samantha! Okay, then it’s a go. 🙂 I’m still working on other stories, but when I have the chance… 🙂 I’m going to Minnesota on a research trip, and as much snow as they have up there, I’m thinking it might be the perfect place for the Arctic wolves. But I have to check it out. I know there are gray wolves up there. I just have to make sure there aren’t any lupus garou packs. 🙂