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On the Run - Wayward Wolves #2 - cover

On the Run - Wayward Wolves #2

Bethany Shaw

Publisher: Bethany Shaw

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Summary

Marcia fled her pack years ago. After moving from place to place she is now happily settled in the Big Apple until she is disturbed by the scent of a male wolf. Is he there to return her to the pack?  
Declan lived his life serving his alpha until the day his sister was disgraced.  On the run with his siblings, he discovers the beautiful white wolf. Marcia. Now, to prove he’s not a threat... 
On the Run is a standalone 14k word story. 

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