First I’d like to thank the wonderful host for having me here today; thank you Amber Kell for having me on again. Plus I’d like to give a big thank you to all her fans for always making me feel so welcome.
Today, I have a short romantic excerpt for my newest Moon Compound release, Full Moon Torn. I have to honestly say it was a little tough to find a romantic post without it being open door. LOL. With Moon Compound, these boys just don’t get their privacy so I went with romantic sweet section. I hope you all don’t mind that I didn’t show the sizzling feral side to these two mates. I hope you all enjoy. And again, thank you for having me.
I’ll be giving away a PDF copy of the book to one lucky commenter.
Lukas led them to the feral wing and escorted them into a cell. It wasn’t dark and dank like you would think a cell to be. It was just completely empty and void of anything except a bathroom that could be sealed off during the shifting hours.
There was one bare mattress in the center of the room. Whitley went over and sat on it while Lukas locked them in. “I’ll be by later to bring your meals. Zeke is on shift today so if you need anything, holler for him.”
Knox nodded and turned to push his mate down and fall on him.
“Humph, too heavy,” Whitley grunted.
Knox kissed Whitley on the neck before rolling off him. “You’re no fun. We have all day in here. Why don’t we have a little play time?”
Whitley snorted. “Because we’d just get started and Zeke would come by telling us to zip up that we were breaking the rules. And no offense, but I don’t want anyone to have a look at your fine ass. With the way I’m acting today, I might hit anyone who sees what’s mine.”
“We wouldn’t even get to the point of me unzipping. Zeke would be here at the sound of a zipper dropping.” Knox rolled his eyes. Guy needed to seriously ease off a bit.
Whitley laughed. “Gods, Zeke needs to find a mate stat. Knox?”
“Hmm?” Knox lay on his back next to Whitley on the mattress and put his hands behind his back.
“Is it going to be bad tonight?” Whitley said in a small voice.
Hell, Knox pulled his hands back in front and scrubbed them over his face. He knew he couldn’t lie to Whitley, but he didn’t want to scare the hell out of him either.
“I’ll be right across from you.”
“That’s not an answer,” Whitley chastised.
“I know. I’m trying not to scare you. What do you know?” Knox asked. Maybe his mate knew and just needed the assurance.
“When I saw Peyton shift, he was in real pain. I was just hoping that when we were in the cage, it was more stress than anything that caused such a rough shift for him. My brother…” Whitley shuddered. “Yeah, he looked pretty rough.”
Knox sighed, turning to stare at his mate. Whitley’s brown puppy dog eyes held deep fear in them. “The first shift is never easy, and with the feral blood in you on a first shift, I’m not sure how it’ll be. The thing is, every shift is different. I’ve seen guys in here six months and leave, the shift pretty easy by month two. Others like me, well, I was here for three years, but I’m in this place for life. I’ll never be able to leave with how far I went. I don’t think you’ll be able to either. I had hoped to have a pack one day with some of the people I met here, but I think it’s not going to happen. I’m lucky, though. I found my mate pretty damn young, and I get to spend the rest of my days with you. I can’t be any more thankful than I am for that. I love you, Whit.”
Whitley lifted one side of his mouth in a smile. “You’re right. I’m nervous, but I can get through this. I have you Knox.”
Short, sexy and sweet— where a little love goes a long way.
That’s the best way to describe Jackie Nacht’s stories. She was introduced to M/M Romance through her sister, Stephani, and read it for years. Then, she thought it was time to put her own stories on paper. Jackie began writing short and sweet stories that ended with a happily ever after.
Thinking back to her own book addiction, where there were many nights Jackie stayed up way too late so she could read just one more chapter— yeah, right— Jackie decided to write short romances for young adults as well as adults. Hopefully, they will give high school and college students, or working men and women something they can read during their lunch hour, in between classes or just when they want to briefly get away from the daily stresses of everyday life.
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