A Wolf's Hunger
by Asa Maria Bradley
Can an alpha wolf catch a thief who bends the laws of physics?
Wolf shifter and billionaire Arek Varg runs a security company specializing in bodyguards, extraction teams, and hostage rescue. He’s also the alpha of all the Western Packs and uses his ancient Odin medallion to connect with his packs’ magic and lead his wolves as a cohesive unit. With war brewing between the four major shifter coalitions, the last thing he needs is a mysterious woman stealing his relic. He’ll use all of his resources to hunt her down.
And if he does, will she tame him?
Former museum curator Dr. Laney Marconi was the darling of the magical artifacts’ academic world until she fell from grace due to a scandal based on false accusations. She now reclaims stolen items for insurance companies, using her witch powers that manipulate parallel dimensions. When a routine case turns into a disaster of epic proportions, she needs to evade the sexy shifter she stole from long enough to figure out who set her up.
The hunt is on.
But with Arek hot on her heels, Laney is forced to decide if salvaging the few crumbs left of her good reputation is worth teaming up with the alpha wolf whose ice-blue gaze pierces her shields while he demands nothing less than her soul.
-> Fated Mates
-> Billionaire Alpha Wolf Hero
-> Headstrong Smart Witch Heroine
-> Enemies to Lovers
-> Sizzling Chemistry that Burns Up the Sheets
Author Spot Light: Asa Maria Bradley
Amazon Best-Selling Author Asa Maria Bradley writes sexy paranormal romance and action-packed urban fantasy.
1. Please introduce yourself briefly in 3-5 sentences.
I’m originally from Sweden and very interested in Norse Mythology, which is why
you see some Viking lore in almost all my books.
2. What book(s) sparked your desire to write?
I’m not sure I can pick just one. Like many authors, I am also a voracious reader
and consume books in a wide variety of genres. So, it was probably a person
rather than a specific book that sparked my interest in writing. My mom
encouraged me to read and she herself was an avid reader.
3. How long have you been writing romance?
I finished my first book in 2008—I think—but there are many half-finished books
on various hard drives that will never see the light of day.
4. What’s your favorite romance trope or theme?
I love enemies-to-lovers and friends-to-lovers stories. I’m also a sucker for fated
mates books and almost all of my own books have a theme of found family.
5. What’s your favorite book you’ve written?
This one is hard to answer because it is like picking my favorite child. I think the
book I’m currently writing is always my favorite.
6. Tell us something random about you.
I had never tasted ranch dressing before I came to the US and now it is my
favorite condiment. I know it is supposed to be a salad dressing, but I put I dip
my French fries in it (so good!), put it on sandwiches, drench my chicken in it,
7. If you had one piece of advice for someone interested in writing, what would it be?
Read widely and write often.