Christine would do anything to get away from it all.
After escaping an abusive marriage and heading up a group of brand new performers, she’s tired and in need of a vacation. So when her sister Sara wants her to go camping out in the mountains of Georgia with the girls, she packs her bags for some rest and relaxation. Not even meeting a gorgeous park ranger like Colton Donnelly is going to distract her.
Except Sara didn’t tell her the real reason for the trip: she’s running away from a terrible secret. One that puts all of their lives in danger.
Now the vacation that Christine so desperately needed is ruined, but that’s the least of her worries. She has to use her wits and skills to save them all. Because she soon finds out that werewolves are very real. And they’ll stop at nothing to get their claws into her sister.
Coming to Amazon on September 22nd!
I’m Not Afraid of Wolves is the fourth book in the Cotton Candy Quintet. Add it to your Goodreads TBR here: https://www.goodreads.com/series/181931
Get the other books on Amazon here:
How to be a Mermaid: https://www.amazon.com/Mermaid-Cotton-Candy-Quintet-Book-ebook/dp/B010IB0LFO
I’d Rather be a Witch: https://www.amazon.com/Rather-Witch-Cotton-Candy-Quintet-ebook/dp/B0166CO0ZG/
I Do Believe in Faeries: https://www.amazon.com/Believe-Faeries-Cotton-Candy-Quintet-ebook/dp/B01GNNCLYA/
About the Author
Sci-fi junkie, video game nerd, and wannabe manga artist Erin Hayes writes a lot of things. Sometimes she writes books.
She works as an advertising copywriter by day, and she's a New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author by night. She has lived in New Zealand, Hawaii, Texas, Alabama, and now San Francisco with her husband, cat, and a growing collection of geek paraphernalia.
You can reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org and she’ll be happy to chat. Especially if you want to debate Star Wars.
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