Hi, Wyatt! I’m so pleased you agreed to do this interview. The people here are Literary Lagniappe are super nice and I’m sure they can’t wait to meet you.
Why don’t you start off by introducing yourself?
I’m Wyatt Powell. My family and pack mates call me Hotah. I’m a Park Ranger in the Black Hills National Park and, since you probably already know, I am member of the Los Lobos wolf pack.
Being a Park Ranger has to be exciting. Tell us about the scariest moment of your life.
Actually, it had nothing to do with my job. It was the day my father was killed. I realized some years later that if my mother had not insisted I help her in the garden that day, I might have been killed also. Those were dark days. Our previous pack leader was mad and more than one pack member suffered under his abuse.
How traumatic. Okay, let’s change the subject. What are you passionate about these days?
Other than, Izzy? [chuckles] I am quite passionate about the preservation of our land and the animals that make their home here in the Black Hills. I think it’s important that we respect and preserve not only the natural resources available to us but also the history of this area.
What do you do to unwind and relax?
It depends. If the moon is full moon, I like to run with my pack mates. But otherwise, I’ll light the fire pit on my back patio and have a quiet evening just listening to music or maybe just wind in the trees. Izzy seems to be developing an appreciation for those nights.
What songs are most played on your iPod?
I like classic rock. You’ll find a lot of Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath, Queen and Rolling Stones. There are also a few country artists I’ll listen to like Blake Sheldon or .Jason Aldean. But it’s hard to beat Bohemian Rhapsody.
Now for the nitty gritty, what would we find if we looked under your bed?
Other than Izzy’s suitcase, hopefully not much more than a few dust bunnies or maybe a missing sock. I used to keep my dad’s old rifle under there but I finally installed a gun safe so now it’s locked up.
Tell us about your favorite restaurant.
Hands down, it’s Ruby’s Diner. Everything is home cooking. Their pot roast will make you lick your plate clean. And they have the best home cobbler in the state. Ask Izzy – she made me take her back four times just so she could get more of their mashed potatoes and gravy.
That does sound good!
Okay – they’re giving me the nod that we’re out of time. Thanks again, Wyatt, for joining me for this interview. I hope we hear more from you and Isabelle in the future!
Wildlife biologist, Isabelle Acker, meets sexy park ranger, Wyatt Powell. His Wolf sits up and takes notice of her, but when he learns why she came to the park, he becomes wary of her intentions. After all, as far as the general population knows, there are no wolves in the Black Hills.
Ordered by his Alpha to keep an eye on the smoking-hot biologist, Wyatt finds it difficult to keep his hands to himself. He wants to possess her, to share everything about his life, but that might endanger the Tao Pack. But the attraction proves too great and, unable to deny his Wolf, he takes her with a passion he didn’t know he possessed.
However, their sexual bliss is short-lived, and on the night of the full moon, more than one secret is revealed. When all is said and done, they must each decide—is what they have between them true love or just hot sex?
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Dena Garson is a Process Redesign Specialist by day and a writer and jewelry designer by night. She is raising two rowdy boys who play lots of sports which forces her to spend way too much time on the practice field and/or sidelines. Thankfully she has a loyal and loving Labrador Retriever to listen when she complains and a spoiled cat who reminds her daily she is merely a servant.
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