Mystic U: Final Exams
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by Julia Talbot
Category: Erotica/Paranormal Erotica/Science Fiction
Description: Book Summary Danny, Lee and Heather are still trying to make sense of their relationship, and of the problems brewing in the pack. Add in the end of the semester and decisions about what to do once school is over, and Danny figures his life is pretty much in the weeds. Pack alpha Logan thinks Danny has no idea what trouble looks like. He knows it comes in the form of a prissy anthropology professor from Mystic U who thinks it's her job to tell Logan how to run his pack. Allie thinks Logan is all wrong in the way he's dealing with the man who's causing all the problems, and she thinks Logan needs to listen before it's too late. Will she get her way, or will the Wolf Creek pack end up with a failing grade?
eBook Publisher: Changeling Press LLC, 2010 2010
eBookwise Release Date: December 2010
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Available eBook Formats: OEBFF Format (IMP) [55 KB]
Reading time: 31-44 min.
Logan surveyed the assembled men, noting the age and disposition of each one. He knew each of them well, knew their idiosyncrasies and their loyalties. He knew their scents, too. None of them were the werewolf who was causing trouble within the pack. None of them were a potential assassin. Which made them perfect for what he wanted to do.
"Thanks for coming tonight, guys," he said in his best pack alpha voice. "I need your help."
A murmur went through the group, but no one really spoke up yet. It was an honor for the pack alpha to ask for a man's help and they all knew it, even if it made them nervous enough that the scent of unease was sharp and acrid.
"Someone is attacking members of our pack. I'm sure you all know that Gage got shot last moon." That had made him so angry that he'd torn up the clearing himself, looking for any clue about who might have been there.
"Yeah, but that was a human, right?" That came from one of the younger men, a strong black wolf who Logan hadn't gotten to know very well yet.
"It was, yes. The problem is that whoever put him up to it is one of us."
Another, louder murmur went up, but Logan forestalled it with one raised hand. He had the proof from Danny's dorm room. Maybe one of these men would recognize the scent. "I can prove it, which is why I need your help. Someone has to know who this guy is. Someone has to recognize the scent. Once we know, I need your help to hunt his ass down." He could see skepticism out there, but more than one of the pack men nodded. They had to protect their own.
"Just tell us what we need to do," the young one said, speaking up again, which was surprising and impressive.
"Well, first I need you to come smell this..."