No, stop, you’re not supposed to like him.
All your life you’ve been told that you would marry Triton Amerson and that would be that. You don’t get a say on who or what you want to you. You’re the firstborn, the next in line of the throne, you’re the Alpha Princess of Wolves.
Stop thinking about how good he smells; the way his cheeks dimple when he smiles.
You resign yourself to a life of not wanting to get close to him. To give in means you’re accepting your fate. You push him into the arms of another.
The last thing you want to do is fall in love with him, but it’s happening.
Push and pull, you don’t know what to do with yourself as your feelings grow stronger. How are you supposed to cope with life when the one you’re falling for thinks you don’t want anything to do with him? There’s only one thing you can do, be the princess that you are, the Princess of Wolves.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I have endured many challenges in my life. I decided to put those experiences to good use by writing novels as an adult. In 2007, I debuted with the eye-opener," Am I A Priority in Your Life or in Option?" a novel that provides an inside look at the male perspective of juggling women. Also released in the same year was "One Last Cry", which was well-received by the reading public. Fascinated with the feedback readers were providing, I penned "Love Stories #1: One Last Cry: Confessions of the Other Man" in Spring 2008. Seeing the results of what I, a man, could bring to the literary community, I decided to delve deeper with another persona, Dark Chocolate. Dark’s mystery remained cloaked with a logo that kept my online fans wanting more. Upon the debut of the "Cougar Club" in 2009, Dark’s fans were following his voice with a successful online radio show that captivated hundreds of listeners. Sexy erotica adventures held their attention as they patiently waited for the conclusion, "Cougar Club: The Caribbean Get Away." For the next two years, I decided to work on myself. I ended the radio show and pursued higher education. In the midst of learning, I discovered the love of my life, whom I married. Then I had the idea of a series centered around powerful women who often think at times they don't matter. Women are in charge and in power, and there is time better than now to make the world remember that.