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The Witch The Wolf and The Vampire The Beginning: - The Witch The Wolf and The Vampire #0 - cover

The Witch The Wolf and The Vampire The Beginning: - The Witch The Wolf and The Vampire #0

A K Michaels

Publisher: A K Michaels

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Josef, an ancient Vampire is returning from a business meeting when he senses a Wolf in trouble. The amount of blood he can scent is telling him that the Shifter will, most probably, not survive. So why does he stop? Why does he ruin one of his best suits to rescue the beast? 
He is unsure, but he does, taking the Shifter back to his home to watch over it as it slowly heals. When Gabe, the Wolf, awakens, his cheeky repartee causes something to happen that Josef didn’t think he was capable of again. He smiles, even laughs, at the cheeky wit of the young Wolf. 
What happens next? Will Josef and Gabe become friends? Will the young Wolf like the somber, ancient, Vampire? 
Read the story of The Beginning: Josef Meets Gabe, the start of The Witch, The Wolf and The Vampire saga. 
This is a standalone novella telling the story of when Josef meets the mischievous Wolf, Gabe.

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