What would it be like to live in a world where you are considered abnormal to those who are above the norm?Jenna O’ Conner has been taught her whole life to hide from everyone. Never to let anyone to close enough to know that she would prefer a shotgun for her birthday over of a bouquet of roses. She’s been smothered by her over protective family so that no one learns what she truly is. Which is not human. Nor, is she considered the norm for the supernatural Other community that is benevolent enough to share this world with the humans.In a desperate attempt to live her own life away from the small town she was raised in, Jenna obtains her dream job as the newest member on the Wilmington Police Department’s SWAT Team. What she didn’t predict was that she would run into trouble her first day on the job, in the form of a deadly, mouthwatering man named Adam McPhee. Who is also not human, but more like a wolf walking around in human skin. He’s determined to figure out exactly what Jenna is, which unbeknownst to him, could very well put her life in danger. He’s also determined to have her all to himself.As if that wasn’t enough for Jenna to deal with, bad news blows into town. A group of extremist Shifters who think humans are cattle and factions of Others worldwide should stay within their own species - never to intermingle. Chaos ensues. Jenna has to find a way to shut them down, but in the process of trying to do that, discovers things about herself that even she never thought was possible.Who said the wolf was what you had to worry about?Welcome to the real world.
Straight up, from the authors:
“We're excited to announce that Big Bad Bite had a makeover! Inside and out! We have a sexy new cover featuring our favorite Wolf, Adam, AND Big Bad Bite was sent off and edited by the amazing girls at C&D Editing.
Some might wonder, "Has the story changed?"
The answer to that would be yes and no. No, because the story line is still the same. Yes, because it no longer has those pesky grammatical errors, info dumps were cut down, inconsistencies were caught, and best of all, a tiny scene was added! Overall, it's a better story, but still has a kick ass, snarky heroine Jenna, and the snarly, but lovable, Adam who wants her.
So, if you haven't picked up your copy of Big Bad Bite yet, then go get it today!”
Big Bad Bite Info:
The house seemed so much bigger to her before she parked two shifters and a demon in the living room. Now, with the three large-bodied men huddled in the room, she feels damn near claustrophobic. Her uncle and brother are smashed next to each other on her small, dove grey loveseat, while Kent occupies her only other sitting option in the room, a vibrant purple, suede, tufted armchair. The look of barely suppressed disgust on his face at having to sit in what he has announced is “a girly monstrosity that no man should ever have to suffer, in the house of his newest partner, who he expected to have better taste, no less.” At least that’s the reason he will give his therapist for the nightmares he’s sure to endure.
Jenna just thinks the whole damn thing is hysterical. In the chair that her mama gifted her, sits a five-foot eleven-inch, two hundred pound, leanly muscled, smooth talking, lady killer with an easy confidence that lands him firmly in the egotistical category, but at the moment, a lady killer that would probably rather abstain from sex for an entire month than sit in Jenna’s girly chair. She can tell that the only thing that equals Kent’s repulsion for her chair is his surprise that she would even own it.
Sure, she likes being a cop and generally does mental happy dances whenever she’s able to outperform her testosterone-laden coworkers who presume she is going to be more of a hindrance than a help because of her carrying reproductive organs. She also likes to play with guns and can shoot almost any gun she can get her hands on at an expert level when most women would rather get a pedicure than pick up a handgun. However, all of that doesn’t mean that she can’t enjoy some of the feminine ideals of life. Such as pretty furniture that’s also super comfortable. You’ll never catch her with anything pink in her house, but that purple chair with its lush, velvet fabric is her favorite piece of furniture to curl up in after a long day at work. The fact that it makes her partner uncomfortable to sit in, as if the level of girliness would rub off on him, is a bonus. He’s acting like it is only a matter of time before someone will walk into the living room and demand his man card back.
I am all over this new cover! I can't wait to read it. What do you think?? Is Big Bad Bite on your TBR?