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Moonlight Betrayal: A Reverse Harem Shifter Romance (The Witch and the Wolf Pack Book 5)

Moonlight Betrayal: A Reverse Harem Shifter Romance (The Witch and the Wolf Pack Book 5)

Author: K.R. Alexander

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Chapter 1 Moon battled cloud beyond peaks of the fells, illuminating our valley with a gliding, fluctuating light. The effect, watching long clouds scud past, brilliantly lit, then fading to darkness beyond that yellowish glow, was hypnotic. Strange, also: there was little breeze tonight in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, yet those clouds all but dashed across the sky. Soft steps sounded through the carpet of grass—cropped close by sheep. Then Zar sank against me at the boulder that I, in turn, leaned into. These great rocks—at the foot of the slope and along a beck—had startled me when I’d first caught a glimpse of them in moonlight, unsure what they were. Zar stroked my hair aside to kiss my neck. I shivered at his touch, leaning close, and Zar put his arms around me. He kissed my lips, slow, as if waking someone. I returned it, then looked again to the sky, idly brushing back hair off his face. “Could we hope for a better place in all of England?” I asked in a whisper as a strand of cloud slipped past the moon—a trail of fluff over a lightbulb—then gone. “Yet still nothing. Not that I really expected to find them. I looked for years in New Mexico and never saw so much as a faie’s whisker.” “They won’t come if you’re not expecting them,” Zar murmured into my neck, kissing across my hairline. “I know about thoughts.” I squeezed his hand when he twisted the fingers of his left into mine. “I do expect them. Sort of. Now that they asked for help. I’m just not anticipating it suddenly being ‘easy’ to have a chat with them.” “Should we try the flute? We’re far enough out from any human dens.” His tongue traced the rim of my ear. “Maybe there on the next hill?” I pointed to the dry stone wall running along the footpath to crown the next rise—not as if Zar could see, though. “We should have a three-sixty view from up there.” “Jed was over that way.” Zar closed his teeth around my throat. It wasn’t painful, but not soft either. Weirdly erotic as he shifted his grip, pressing up below ...

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