Home  | Login | Bookshelf | Help | Reader
Advanced Search

Alternate History
Children's Fiction
Classic Literature
Dark Fantasy
Erotic Science Fiction
Gay Fiction
Gay-Lesbian Erotica
Historical Fiction
Paranormal Erotica
Science Fiction
Young Adult

Children's Nonfiction
General Nonfiction
Personal Finance
Self Improvement
True Crime

Free eBooks
New eBooks

General FAQ

Dear eBookwise Customer:

We are no longer selling eBooks through this site. You can continue to access and enjoy the eBooks in your eBookwise library. You can obtain new content for your eBookwise-1150 by purchasing MultiFormat eBooks at Fictionwise.com.

Please see the FAQ for more information.

Thank you!

The eBookwise Team

Click on image to enlarge.

The Club
by Yvette Hines

Category: Erotica/Paranormal Erotica/Romance
Description: When Trae finds his mate in the most unlikely time and place, nothing will stop him from claiming her. Trae's father, the current pack Alpha, is putting pressure on him to stop cavorting in the ménage club and find a mate. The responsibilities are weighing on him and Trae is starting to doubt whether he'll find his mate before the time has run out on the ultimatum his father has given him. Then Olivia, a human, walks into his life. Olivia has a fantasy of being with two men at the same time. When her friend drags her to The Club to have her wildest desires fulfilled, the night turns out to be more than she expects. Trae, a wolf, and Anton, a vampire, are two sexy men who want to help bring her fantasy to life. However, when the true bite of passion shifts her life in a direction she never dreamed, can she trust her heart and the wolf that claims her as his?
eBook Publisher: Total-e-bound, 2011
eBookwise Release Date: November 2011


2 Reader Ratings:
Great Good OK Poor
Available eBook Formats: OEBFF Format (IMP) [101 KB]
Words: 20664
Reading time: 59-82 min.

"Trae, it's time you mated and prepared to take your place in this pack," growled Romel Wulfene, the pack Alpha.

Leaning his shoulder against a far wall in his father's office, Trae observed his sire as the older man paced around behind his desk. This argument was an old one. They had one of his father's 'talks' every few weeks, never to any avail.

"Look, Dad, we've been over this. I'm not trying to play Beta to your Alpha."

"Damn it, Trae--" His father slammed his fist against the wooden top of the desk, cutting off his own words.

The furious anger of the Alpha wolf would have sent most of their pack members running for cover, but his father's anger, which he translated to mean his father's lack of understanding, caused Trae's teeth to gnash.

Romel's chest expanded as he inhaled. "Listen, son, I'm no fool. I know an Alpha male when I see one." Straightening his tie as he raised himself up to his full six-foot-three height, his father composed himself. "As your father, it makes me proud that I have produced an heir who will have the strength and skill to lead the pack."

Trae didn't respond, he only shifted to lean his back against the wall and crossed his arms over his chest.

"However, as your Alpha, it grieves me to see you wasting precious time at that club you frequent nightly instead of sniffing through our pack to find a bitch to stand beside you and continue our blood line."

It was no secret to Trae what his father thought of the place he and some of the other pack members frequented after work and at the weekends. It was a popular spot that many unattached paranormals visited. A place of lust and music. It was an environment where uncomplicated pleasures could be enjoyed--not an establishment for mate-finding. Trae knew this, and when he was honest with himself, he admitted it was his personal diversion tactic. Not that he wasn't ready to settle down, he just didn't want to be forced to stand second in command with a woman with whom he would have no connection besides the physical.

"It's my time to waste." Since puberty, Trae had understood the importance of finding a mate. The ability to keep the pack large and strong would ensure the safety of all who looked to them for protection. "Besides, we each have our own way of finding the right woman."

His father shook his head. "You will not find her at that club."

"Who knows?" Trae shrugged, pushed away from the wall and moved to stand behind the chair on the other side of the desk.

"We were too lenient with you. Your mother and I should have selected a mate for you from the pack, as my father did for me."

It was Trae's turn to growl as he gripped the back of the plush leather chair, his claws extending for a moment. "Yes, Dad, but don't try and make it sound as if you took one for the pack. Mother turned out to be your mate, so there was no reason for you to fight the mating order."

Romel sighed and ran a strong hand through his short, brown hair. "You're right, Trae. But I need you to stand with me. You will either choose soon, or I must make the decision for you, and to hell with your anger."

eBook Icon Explanations:
eBook Discounted eBook; added within the last 7 days.
eBook eBook was added within the last 30 days.
eBook eBook is in our best seller list.
eBook eBook is in our highest rated list.
Home | Login |  Bookshelf |  Privacy |  Terms of Use |  Help
All pages © Fictionwise, Inc. 2004- . All Rights Reserved.