Local author Linda Thomas-Sundstrom joins us for an afternoon of paranormal romance and hirsute urban fantasy with her latest, Desert Wolf. Linda’s website describes her writing as, “gothic, dark, atmospheric, sophisticated, spell-binding, delicious and even yummy, Linda’s writing might just incite your passion for the paranormal.” Linda, a teacher by day and writer by night, is the author of nearly two dozen books, and a regular speaker on writing. She’ll talk all things paranormal world-building, urban fantasy, and secrets of that resident muse Linda swears is singing to her 24/7.
WEREWOLVES OF THE WILD WEST
Grant Wade is a former Texas Ranger. He's also a Lycan Alpha and, in the ghost town of Desperado, he's found a perfect refuge for his desert pack and a place to shelter other werewolves in need of a safe place.
Determined to reclaim her full birthright, Paxton Hall goes home for the first time in decades. Her plan to strike a deal with Desperado's new owner doesn't work any better than her attempts to resist this sexy cowboy. Even as she falls for him, Paxton has no idea what he's trying to protect her from—his animal desire, her own true nature and a rogue predator on the prowl…
Linda Thomas-Sundstrom is the author of paranormal romance and urban fantasy novels and novellas, both dark and light, for HarperCollins/Harlequin Nocturne and GothicScapes, with more than 30 stories that trespass into the supernatural realm. Linda is the author of contemporary, paranormal romance, and urban fantasy books for Kensington, Amazon Montlake, GothicScapes, Harlequin Nocturne, and Harlequin Desire. She currently has 30 stories that trespass into the supernatural realm, with ton of ideas for more. Jillian Stone is a national award-winning, multi-published author who has written four Gentlemen of Scotland Yard novels published by Pocket Books, Simon & Schuster, as well as the Phaeton Black, Paranormal Detective series published by Brava, Kensington. Currently, she is writing Contemporary Romance, including Wolf, Interrupted, a novella in the anthology release Urban Wolf.