White Wolf: Books 1-3 by K. Matthew

First 3 installments in a gay werewolf erotica series

White wolf: books 1-3

As one wolf falls, another must rise to take his place.

Alpha Jackson is on the hunt for a new recruit to replace one of his fallen packmates, and he has his eyes set on a farmboy. Getting him to agree to leave his human life behind and become a werewolf won't be easy, though, especially when he discovers that he'll have to sleep with the entire pack.

White Wolf: Books 1-3 is the first three parts in the White Wolf series.

Genre: FICTION / Gay

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Erotica / General

Language: English


Word Count: 13200

Sample text:

“Is he not of a form?” Orion whispered as he stared through the foliage at the shirtless backside of a young man chopping wood several yards away.

The older man grunted in reply, soaking in every detail of the dark-haired Adonis as he lifted the axe high above his head, sweat glistening from his toned muscles as he swung the weapon down with purpose.

Orion had been looking for weeks for a new addition to the pack, a replacement for one of their fallen comrades. He had searched as far as their territory would allow and had almost given up hope when he stumbled upon the boy buying produce in the marketplace with an older woman. Stealthily, Orion followed them back to their cottage in the woods a few miles away from town. The seclusion of it would make a perfect set up for the boy's capture.

“You will make a great alpha one day,” the older man said, and a hand slipped between his legs to stroke the bulge that was beginning to form against his jeans.

Orion looked down and licked his lips hungrily, feeling the need to taste the older man's come. It was primal and came on almost as quickly as the man's erection, this sudden need to mate.

“Did I please you, Jackson?” Orion asked with eager anticipation of the answer.

“Very much so. We will come back tonight and take him. For now, we should go prepare.”

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Already translated. Translated by Nelson Leonel De Benedetti
Author review:
Quick and precise, as always.
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