The Arasani and Chanta wolf packs fought a bloody war over a claim to a sacred mountain. To end the war, a treaty was signed -- the Pleasure Pact. Unfriendly neighbors, the packs have honored the treaty for two hundred years. Then fate takes an untraditional turn. The Chanta have a female pack leader and to fulfill the terms of the pact the Arasani must provide a were for two nights of pleasure.
Fawn Rivers wants Nash Blackthunder, but falling for an Arasani will destroy her dreams of keeping her job. Being the Arasani’s sacrificial were isn’t a duty Nash Blackthunder expected to perform, but serving the Chanta pack leader is a true pleasure.
Two nights will never be enough, but Fawn and Nash will have to resist the natural forces drawing them together as true mates, while confronting old hatreds and traditions pulling them apart.
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About BJ McCall
B.J. McCall recently enjoyed her tenth anniversary as an Ellora's Cave author. She's published in the Ebook and print. Her genres include contemporary, sci-fi and paranormal.
B.J. makes her home in sunny California and invites you to visit her website www.bjmccall.com.
Also by BJ McCall
Eternity Factor, Changeling Press
Dragonfire 3: Covert, Changeling Press
Dragonfire 2: Chosen, Changeling Press
Dragonfire 1: Captured, Changeling Press
Moonstruck, Changeling Press
Moonlust, Changeling Press
Hellhound Detective Agency: Relentless, Changeling Press
Mirror Mirror: Nightwing, Changeling Press
Claiming Moon, Changeling Press
Mating Moon, Changeling Press
Bad Medicine: Wishing Moon, Changeling Press
Nightflyer, Changeling Press
Bedtime Stories: Kiss of Fire, Changeling Press
Embrace Forever, Ellora’s Cave
Warrior of the Light, Ellora’s Cave
Mark of the Moon, Changeling
Lunar Eclipse, Changeling
Heartfire, Changeling Press
Hunting Evil, Changeling Press
Sinful Urges, Changeling Press
Fire Angel, eRedsage
Knight’s Emerald, Elloras Cave
Snowbound: Snow Angel, Changeling Press
Escape: Sex in the Sand, Changeling Press
FUTURISTIC / SCI-FI
Scarlet Tear, Ellora’s Cave
Wildlander, Cobblestone Press
Icy Hot, Ellora's Cave
Deep Heat, Ellora Cave
Cosmic Cops: Collection, Changeling Press
Snowfire: Experiment, Changeling Press
Spaceport: Scavenger, Changeling Press
Spaceport: Beguiled, Changeling Press
Heat Stroke: Summer Passion, Changeling Press
Something Blue, Cobblestone Press
Slumber Party Inc Ellora's Cave
Short, Tight and Sexy Ellora's Cave
Scarlet Tear, Pirate’s Prize, Ellora’s Cave (print)
Lunar Eclipse Collection, Changeling Press
Night Sighs, Ellora’s Cave (print)
With Sword and Salt, Flavors of Ecstasy II, Ellora’s Cave
Knight's Emerald, Erotic Emerald, Ellora's Cave
Earthly Pleasure, Jewels of the Nile I, Ellora's Cave
Silk, Seasons of Seduction IV, Ellora's Cave
Genesis, Dreams of the Oasis II Ellora's Cave
Breaking the Rules, Legendary Tails I, Ellora's Cave
Embrace Forever, Things That Go Bump In The Night V, Ellora's Cave
Alias Smith and Jones, Secrets, Volume 5, Red Sage
Love Undercover Secrets, Volume 3, Red Sage
Aktarian Chronicles, Ellora's Cave (print)
Sex in the Sand, Escape Anthology, Changeling Press
Wolf Style, Firestorm, Changeling Press (All proceeds to charity)
Sweet Haunting, Aftershock, Changeling Press (All proceeds to charity)
Santa’s Helpers: Wolf Run, Changeling Press
White Hot Christmas: Holiday Moon, Changeling Press
Holiday Rush, Ellora’s Cave
Sugarplums: Canine Christmas, Changeling Press
Holiday Howlz: Canine Call, Changeling Press
Gingersnaps: Canine Cop, Changeling Press
Christmas Cookies, Santa Six, Changeling Press
By Holly Hewson for The Romance Studio
BJ: The idea for Pleasure Pact came from an old song. The song tells a story about a young man and woman who are in love, but separated by two factors: their tribes are at war and a raging river divides their tribal lands.
In my story the Arasani and Chanta packs fought a war over a sacred mountain. A peace treaty, the Pleasure Pact, ended the war, but the wolf packs remain enemies and a river borders their pack lands.
The song ends tragically, but my heroine and hero defy tradition and bring the packs together.
HH: What do you like best about Fawn and why will readers empathize with her?
BJ: Fawn is a female striving for equality in a male dominated wolf pack. Unfortunate circumstances have given Fawn the opportunity to step into the role of pack leader, breaking with tradition. She’s fully qualified and ready to take on the responsibility, but the elders of the pack, all males, aren’t convince a she-wolf can or should handle the job. Fawn is determined to succeed and part of the job is fulfilling the pleasure pact.
Fawn’s toughest challenge is falling in love. Nash is the right wolf from the wrong pack and the timing couldn’t be worse.
HH: What do you like best about Nash and why will readers love him?
BJ: He loves his job, his family and his pack, but his love for Fawn trumps it all. She’s his mate, the one for him and he’s willing leave it all for her.
HH: What did you enjoy most about writing this story and what do you think readers will take away from it?
BJ: When I write a werewolf book, I approach the story with the idea that the werewolves live among us. The shapeshifters have rules, problems and fall in love. The paranormal story takes on a real quality.
I hope readers will be able to look at a mountain range and imagine that it’s pack land and wolves living there are shapeshifters.
HH: What else do you have in store for lucky readers?
BJ: My latest release is Covenant, the fourth book in my Dragonfire series from Changeling Press. In April, look for Night Sins, my second book about the Cemetery Vampires introduced in Eternity Factor. Night Sins is a Changeling Press release.
HH: How does 2013 promise to be different from 2012 for you?
BJ: I’m taking a two-month respite from writing during the summer to enjoy an extended hiking vacation. I won’t have a computer and internet connection will be limited. I’ve never taken so much time away from writing. It’s going to be interesting.
HH: Where do you find inspiration for your stories?
BJ: Ideas come from news stories, conversations, or songs. Sometimes I brainstorm with my friend and fellow author Emily Brightwell.
HH: What's your writing schedule like?
BJ: I like to write early in the morning and I write almost everyday. It’s an ongoing process. When one book is finished I always have another WIP.
HH: What's your favorite way to interact with readers?
BJ: I like to do events like the TRS parties. I really enjoy the comments.
HH: What are you most looking forward to in 2013?
BJ: I’m really looking forward to a visit with a sister that lives in West Virginia. It’s been a few years since we’ve gotten together so that makes 2013 exciting.
HH: Thank you!
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