Moon, Bitten

Moon, Bitten

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Emmy Alexander By inkzerospace Completed

Ronan Morrissey is Alpha of his loup-garou pack and as Alpha the laws of Feral demand he take a mate, but a chance encounter with the beautiful and haunted Kate Channing has awakened in him a carnal hunger warranted forbidden, but he can think of nothing else than the lovely human that appealed to the beast within and his insatiable yearning to have her.


Kate Channing isn't looking for love in fact she's fleeing from it. With emotional and physical scars from a love gone terribly bad, she attempts to begin anew. After a near fatal brush with death, Kate finds herself unsuspectingly in the arms of a wickedly attractive stranger whose eyes burn with a feral hunger all there own. Ronan emits a danger that frightens Kate thoroughly to the core and having dealt with brawn to the likes of him before, flees at first chance.


Enthralled by the lovely Kate he's plucked from a jagged cliff, Ronan is incapable of ignoring the perils of chasing a human. His attraction for her borders feral and he intends to make her his mate, even if it means defying his pack to have her. But with a past that is relentless and a pack of loup-garou threatening to tear them apart, can their love thrive in the wake of havoc?

Cover done by Neeavila.

  • alpha
  • forbidden
  • love
  • wolves
- - Nov 08
I'm loving it so far ! ^^ I love the way you're so descriptive of everything, your writing style is beautiful and the dialog - I find - is fun to read.
Haha, is there a deference between swallowing desert sand vs. beach sand?
Wow. Beautiful writing. So many people don't know how to write and u r doing an amazing job. Wow. Finally someone who can write
I ask myself the same thing every day when I look in the mirror 😀😀😀😂😂😂
vamide vamide Nov 22
Awesome story line, but even more importantly, awesome delivery. I like your style 😊
- - Apr 08
I believe that this chapter is very well written. I also adore the dialect you utilize, it is quite magnificent and lovely to the eyes. Keep up the great work!