Wordsmith Enterprises

Release Date: July 2011

ISBN 10: 0615528988

ISBN 13: 978-0615528984

Available Formats: EBOOK and TRADE PAPERBACK

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Taming The Wolf

Where it all began…the Wolf Pack

Samara Layton needs a pot of gold. Her community outreach organization in Washington, D.C. is in dire financial straits. As executive director, it’s up to Samara to rescue the non-profit organization from bankruptcy, and time is running out. As a last-ditch resort, she seeks help from her estranged mother, world-renowned fashion designer Asha Dubois. In exchange for her mother’s financial assistance, Samara agrees to model in Asha’s spring fashion show in New York City. She gets more than she bargained for when she steps onto the runway and into the smoldering gaze of the sexiest man she’s ever seen. Life has taught Samara to be skeptical of all men, so she’s convinced Marcus Wolf is up to no good when he asks her out after the fashion show. When she turns down his dinner invitation, she has no idea that she will soon need his help to rescue her business. And little does she know that Marcus is the man who will take her body to heights of ecstasy, and ultimately claim her heart and soul…

Prominent attorney Marcus Wolf is in town on an important business trip. Attending a fashion show isn’t on his itinerary until a friend talks him into it. From the moment Samara Layton steps onto the runway in a breathtakingly sheer gown, Marcus is captivated. When their eyes meet, the electricity between them is enough to light up all of Manhattan. But while Marcus would like nothing more than to seduce the exotic beauty, he has no interest in pursuing a serious relationship with her. But when Samara comes to him for help, she makes him an offer he can’t possibly refuse.


Emma Award Nominee for Favorite Steamy Romance


Marcus and Samara’s reunion at the end of the book was inspired by my own wicked fantasies about making love in places where there’s a high risk of getting caught. I used to work at the Air and Space Museum (near the Lincoln Memorial), and I always thought the monument would be a great place for a romantic moonlight rendezvous—as long as you don’t get caught by the police!