Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Claiming the She Wolf: Review and Interview

Black Hills Wolves
Claiming the She-Wolf by Louisa Bacio
When her older brother leaves the Black Hills to go to college, Tala Graystone stays behind, determined to restore their dilapidated home into a B&B for the pack. As more people return to the area, the need for temporary housing increases. Now, if only she can find someone to help with the heavy lifting.
Yas Collins fled Los Lobos as a child with his mother. As he struggles with his wolf and overpowering shifts, a desire for nature and the forest strikes hard. Black Hills, South Dakota, beckons him. With a background in construction, he easily finds work at Tala’s dilapidated B&B, but not everyone in town greets him with open arms.
As the remodel gets underway, Tala and Yas fight their growing attraction. Yas doesn’t trust his wolf urges around beautiful B&B owner. The she-wolf, however, has other plans.

Excerpt from Claiming the She-Wolf:

A growl from low in his throat threatened to escape. The rumble started in his chest, and he fought to keep it down.
She turned, looking down at him. “Did you say something?”
“Umm, no. Just clearing my throat.”
He needed to get his base instincts under control. Recent research showed that wolves in the wild killed in order to protect their domains and to get more space. He didn’t want to be ruled by his wolf. He’d grown up in the city, with humans, not out in the forest. His mom had tried to talk to him about shifting, but as a woman, she didn’t have the same experience.
He couldn’t go to a shifters anonymous group for help with his sexual urges. Maybe he needed to start his own support group. He snorted at the idea. At the top of the landing, Tala turned to the right, and he followed.
They entered what had to be the master bedroom suite. It was painted a vibrant lavender color, and the bed had a green floral comforter with an abundance of fluffy throw pillows. White dollies rested on the two nightstands, and a vase of wildflowers called for attention. The feminine room seemed in sharp contrast to his host. She didn’t look frilly.
“This will be your quarters.” Her lips pursed, and she blinked a few times.
The idea shocked him. “What? I’m sorry, but it looks like your room.”
“Well, it has been. But it’s the nicest room in the house, and as a guest, figure you should have it to be comfortable. I’ll move my things into another one.”
He waved his hands in front of him, as if shooing away something physically bad. “No way. No can do. Give me the second best, then. My first job can be fixing it up.”
She smiled. “Well, second best would be my brother’s room, and even though he’s on a trip right now, I don’t feel comfortable moving his stuff. So third best, and we work today to make it more, um, livable?”
Her choice of words made him pause. “Deal.”

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Author Interview:

Why did you start writing erotic romance?
I grew up with both of my grandmothers reading romance. One of my first books was Danielle Steele. On the other side, my grandmother taught high school English for 30 years, retired and then poured through two Harlequins a day.
I don’t exactly see it as writing “erotic romance,” but more about love and real relationships. In most courtships, they do have sex!
Name three things on your desk right now.
Pixy Stix, a cowgirl bottle opener and the Beast bobblehead (from X-Men).
Heels, flats or nothing at all?
Thongs or anything open-toed. I hate being confined.
Favorite dessert?
Vanilla ice cream with chocolate syrup. Love Farrell’s since it has lactose-free.
Burger or sushi?
Hmmmm. Pasta? I’m a total carbs gal.
What do you enjoy most about writing for the Black Hills Wolves series?
The sense of community is amazing. I like being able to step into this alternate world with so many other talented authors.
Tell us something about your main character that people will find interesting.
Yas has problems controlling his Wolf urges. Those desires fight to control him.
What is next up for you on the writerly horizon?

I recently got the rights back to the first book I ever sold – Sex University: Physical Education, and a new publisher, Riverdale Avenue Press, will be releasing it, along with a new short and full-length, The Master Class. It’s amazing to reflect back upon the work I’ve done and have the chance to make it better.


I love the Black Hills Wolves series and this book is right up there with the rest of them. Great book and I enjoyed the interplay between Tala and Yas. Good characters, spicy sex scenes and all the goodness that comes from reading a Louisa Bacio book. You can't go wrong. 


About the Author:
A Southern California native, Louisa Bacio can’t imagine living far away from the ocean. The multi-published author of erotic romance enjoys writing within all realms – from short stories to full-length novels.
Bacio shares her household with a supportive husband, two daughters growing “too fast,” and a multitude pet craziness: Two dogs, five fish tanks, an aviary, hamsters, rabbits and hermit crabs. In her other life, she teaches college classes in English, journalism and popular culture.
Contact Details:
Website http://www.louisabacio.com
Email: louisabacio@yahoo.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/louisabacio
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/louisabacio

“Claiming the She-Wolf” Blog Tour

(1) Heart Moon Necklace (either turquoise or black heart)
Black Hills Wolves Swag Pack (includes a Black Hills Wolves T-shirt and keychain).

(2) Black Hills Wolves Swag Pack (includes a Black Hills Wolves T-shirt and keychain).

(3) $5 eBook gift card

(4) Electronic copy of a backlist book

The giveaway ends at the end of the book tour on Aug. 5, 2015. Winners will be chosen randomly from the entries. Mailed entries open to U.S. entrants, and gift cards are open internationally. Not valid in areas where such contests are not legal. No purchase necessary in order to win.


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