Promo: Grizzly Survival by Becca Jameson

BLURB

Hiding one’s true self might be possible in the human world, but grizzly shifters

aren’t easily fooled.

Gavin Wright is human. He is also not out. He has no intention of ever coming

out. He’s unwilling to face the condemnation. Lucky for him, he’s had the

privilege of hiding his true self inside a fake relationship with his best friend,

Paige, for ten years.

Dale Gerben is a grizzly shifter. As such, he has the ability to sense things

humans cannot. Therefore, it comes as a surprise to him that Gavin thinks he’s

so well hidden from the world. He isn’t hidden from Dale. And Dale is up for the

challenge.

It’s a summer fling. No one in the human world will find out. Dale needs someone

to help him heal old wounds, and Gavin needs someone to show him what he’s

capable of if he’d just trust himself.

No one needs to get hurt. Until they do…

The odds are not in their favor. It’s forbidden to change a human into a shifter.

It’s challenging to maintain a life-long mixed relationship. Gavin has doubts. Dale

has secrets.

Two young girls are missing. There’s an accident. A race against the clock.

Neither man will ever be the same.

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EXCERPT

Time stood still while Gavin took him in. It was only a fraction of a second, but it seemed

like longer, and Gavin knew it was a moment he would never forget.

When the man lifted his face, Gavin silently gasped.

Oh, yeah. God’s gift to men. Or women. Please let him be gay… What were the chances?

Wait. What the hell am I thinking? I can’t hook up with anyone in this small town. I’m only here

for the summer. There’d be no way to keep it private.

The man’s expression was hard, startled. His eyes were as dark as his hair, his face sun-

kissed a deep brown with a tinge of red from working outside. Tiny wrinkles spread from the

corners of his eyes as he scrunched them to stare at Gavin.

The hammer he held slid through his right hand as if he’d forgotten he was holding it, but he

gripped it tighter at the last second, keeping it from dropping onto the deck. After a moment, his

face softened, and he cocked his head to one side, lifting a hand to block the sun’s morning rays

from his vision. “Are you lost, pretty boy?”

Ordinarily, if anyone spoke to Gavin that way, he would lose his shit, partially because the

terminology was nearly always meant as an insult and partially because Gavin’s spine was

accustomed to stiffening anytime anyone accused him of being gay. He’d spent his entire

twenty-four years denouncing that truth and defending himself against homophobic insults.

But this man, this perfect example that God was alive and well in the universe, he could call

Gavin anything he wanted. Somehow the words he’d spoken didn’t come out as an insult at all.

In fact, from his lips, they were an endearment.

AUTHOR BIO

Becca Jameson is the best-selling author of the Wolf Masters series and The Fight Club series. She lives in Atlanta, Georgia, with her husband and two kids. With over 50 books written, she has dabbled in a variety of genres, ranging from paranormal to BDSM. When she isn’t writing, she can be found jogging with her dog, scrapbooking, or cooking. She doesn’t sleep much, and she loves to talk to fans, so feel free to contact her through e-mail, Facebook, or her website.

…where Alphas dominate…

 

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website: http://beccajameson.com/

twitter: @beccajameson or: https://twitter.com/beccajameson

 

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