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7/16/2014

Tuesday's Title - Wolfsbane Brew

Wolfsbane Brew by Roxanne Smolen
(Book Three in the Wolf Boy Series)

Genre: Young Adult Paranormal Romance
Publisher: moonRox, Inc.
Buy Links:  Amazon  moonRox    


Blurb:  
Cody Forester is a sixteen-year-old werewolf. He only found out six months ago and already he is showing powers that Uncle Bob, his mentor, cannot match. His closest friends begin to think he is dangerous. Even Brittany, the girl he loves, says he is scary.

Cody learns to keep his new abilities under wraps. Until another super-werewolf comes to South Florida. Vilk Bodark owns Georgia. He has a hand in a variety of illegal ventures: loan sharking, money laundering, gambling. He has police chiefs, judges, and even sorcerers in his employ.

Bodark conscripts werewolves by force—join or die and he plans to expand his operations to Florida—and he decides Brittany, a fledgling witch, would make a fine addition to his staff. Cody can’t defeat Bodark in a straight-up fight. He must take his new powers in a different direction—in ways that scare even him. If he doesn’t succeed, Brittany will be lost forever.

Will his hidden superpowers be enough to save her?

Wolfsbane Brew is book three in the Wolf Boy Series, but don't let that stop you. Each book stands alone and can be enjoyed individually.

Author Bio:
Roxanne Smolen is a leading professional in the writing industry. She is a sought-after writing instructor and editor whose tireless efforts help other authors reach their dreams of publication. She co-founded the Coral Springs Writers Workshop and has been a contributor there for over twenty years. She is a prolific writer with twelve published novels and three more expected soon. She also writes a line of children’s books with two of her granddaughters. Roxanne has been married to her high school sweetheart, Gregory, for forty plus years and has two children. You can connect with her on TwitterFacebook, and Google+. Or visit her webpage www.roxannesmolen.com.

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