Into the Unknown
Misguided, Mimics of Rune #1.5
by Jocelyn Adams, J.A. Belfield, Aimee Laine
Release Date: December 1, 2011
Target Reader: Adult
Keywords: Paranormal Romance, Romantic, Thriller/Suspense, Urban Fantasy, Fairy, Law Enforcement, Shape-shifter, Werewolf
Three men never expected love to wreak so much havoc in their lives.
In Marked, Darkness & Light’s Sean Holloway is on a mission—to find the perfect gift for the woman of his dreams. When all conventional choices turn out to be the wrong ones, each failed attempt convinces Sean his self-imposed task is impossible. But in the world of the Holloway Pack, anything is possible if it can be kept a secret.
In Misguided, Little White Lies’s Wyatt Moreland is hot on the trail of a wanted man when a rumor about his fiancée halts his progress. His desire to keep her safe wars with her need to be involved in his work and could derail their entire wedding unless he finds out the truth before she does.
In Tempted, The Glass Man’s Liam Kane made a promise to the fae he loves never to use his power to harm others. When a horrific event angers him, the energy boiling inside seduces him into walking a dark path. He has but one choice: resist his own nature or give up the one he loves.
Will the three men make the right choices? Or will their actions destroy their futures with the women they love?
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Misguided: I just loved the interplay between all the characters, and focus on the friendships in this story. — Bex Book Nook
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Wyatt Moreland walked through his office door and froze. “Why are you in my chair?” He shook his head. “Better yet, why do you have your feet on my desk?”
Stuart Vance, forgiven former best friend, and most recent ad- dition to Wyatt’s team, rose from the chair, an apple in his hand. “You weren’t here. I had to wait. Got bored.” He bit into the fruit and sprayed fresh juices into the air.
Wyatt took Stuart’s vacated spot at the mahogany desk he’d had for a decade. “You have your own office, you know.” Wyatt tugged at his tie, relaxing it from his throat after six straight hours of meetings.
Stuart, still in his suit, but tieless, moved to a visitor’s chair. “Yeah, but my space isn’t as big.” He bit again, the scent filling the space.
Wyatt rolled his eyes, opened his laptop and waited for the login screen to appear. A dull buzz started at the back of his ma- chine, adding to the irritated throb at his eyes.
Stuart hummed behind his snack.
A glare from Wyatt didn’t stop the tuneless noise. “Okay. What do you want?” His fingers tapped on the keyboard.
“Well …” Stuart leaned forward, positioning his elbows on his knees. “I was wondering when you were going to get Charley a real ring?”
The jerk of Wyatt’s head accompanied the stillness of his fingers.
A crunch rang through the small office. “I’m just sayin’ . . .” Wyatt’s slow turn should have been a warning. “. . . she might like something that wasn’t bought by an eighteen year old with his meager savings.”