My werewolf stories are werewolf stories, but I started asking questions, like:
According to werewolf lore, werewolves only select werewolf mates. How does that change?
According to werewolf lore, werewolf alphas are only males? How would that change?
The one question I attempt to answer is the first in Hunter’s Daughter, Alpha’s Mate.
Werewolves can only sense a mate in other werewolves, or so the law and lore says. What happened to change that? What if it was a matter of change of church (believing the Goddess Diana picked a wolf’s mate) otherwise and state (old law)? What if a hunter-a quarterblood herself-was indeed the mate of alpha whose pack still believed in the old law?
Senior year of college stretched ahead for Leilani, who was also quarter blood werewolf. All her life she thought her parents were bounty hunters until a night of danger pushes her father to tell her the truth: that her parents are not bounty hunters, but supernatural ones, and that as a quarter-blood she must steer clear of full-blooded wolves, who believe her a abomination and worthy of death…
But one has her scent, and is an alpha to boot. One is chasing her, and every time they get close, she is seized by anger, fear, and desire, causing her to run from him…or what he makes her feel…