Alaska’s beauty is beyond compare. The mountains with their rugged raw peaks jetting into the sky, our rivers with their pure unfiltered water racing down-stream, the flowers that grow wild in my backyard: Forget-me-knot’s, Fireweed, Blue bells and even the wild roses that dance in the wind around the tree’s I’ve refused to prune.
I live in a beautiful place that is also rugged, fierce, unforgiving. It’s often said by locals that if you can survive a winter here you’ll never be happy anywhere else.
All of this is awe-inspiring, but you asked what I’m inspired by and the answer would be the people. Alaskan’s have a fierce independence, a willingness to help, to succeed.
I’ve lived away from Alaska. Most Alaskans have. I endured my time in another state but it was this place I was homesick for, this place I yearned to return to. Here I can spend hours of my off time spinning out on my four-wheeler, racing up and down hills. I can collect cranberries in the fall and mix them with rosehips and honey and make jam to be proud of. I love living in this state, because this is where I belong.
Thanks, Sheryl. Now lets take a look at what she’s been up to:
Release Date: June 23, 2014
Keywords: Paranormal, Romance, Shifters
On their wedding night, at the stroke of midnight, Wulfar changes into his shifted wolf form and cannot shift back. Not even to communicate with the woman he loves.
Fhina, upon waking the day after their mating, no longer recognizes her mate. Pregnant and confused, she’s convinced herself her mate has run away and left her to live alone. With his dog.
Can the cursed pair find a counter charm before Fhina gives birth? Will Wulfar be able to curb his inclination to run?
Or will their mutual curses break up their love affair before it’s really even started.
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