The Great Pick Up Line
Welcome P.J. MacLayne as they share their Great Pick Up Line from Wolves’ Knight.
Take it away P.J.!
She’d let him think he’d distracted her on purpose. Time to move in for the kill. “Do you want children?” she asked innocently.
He snorted. “Me? At my age?”
“Is that the problem? You think you’re too old for me?”
“Tasha, I don’t know what game you’re playing, but it’s time to stop.”
“This isn’t a game, Mark.” She moved and stood toe-to-toe with him before he had a chance to back away. “It’s a chance for us to find a future. Or fail miserably but knowing at least we tried.”
“What do you want?”
“This.” She put her arms around his neck. “We try this once, and if you can truthfully say it means nothing, I’ll write it off to battle fatigue.”
She didn’t give him a chance to finish. She’d always wondered how his lips would taste, and this was her chance to find out. The first touch was hesitant, barely there, but even that sent a tingle down her spine. She withdrew and tried again, this time with more confidence.
Wolves’ Knight by P.J. MacLayne
Tasha Roeper knows what it means to protect your own. So when her friend, Dot Lapahie, CEO of Lapahie Enterprises, suspects that the Free Wolves are under attack, Tasha immediately signs on to lead the investigation and guard Dot.
But Tasha’s not convinced it’s the Free Wolves that are the target. She fears that her own pack—the Fairwood Pack—are the actual quarry and Dot is only a decoy.
The deeper Tasha digs, the more puzzles she uncovers.
Torn between tradition and a changing world, will Tasha risk everything to save a friend—including her own life—when old enemies arise?
About P.J. MacLayne
Author Bio: Born and raised among the rolling hills of western Pennsylvania, P.J. MacLayne still finds inspiration for her books in that landscapes. She is a computer geek by day and a writer by night who currently lives in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains. When she’s not in front of a computer screen, she might be found exploring the back roads of the nearby national forests and parks. In addition to the Free Wolves’ stories, she is also the author of the Oak Grove series.