I love werewolves and enjoyed writing the books in my Moonlust series. I wanted to write another werewolf series and Thorne is the first Thunder Wolves book.
Madison Campbell is a city girl with a unique skill and a troubled past. An empath, public places torment her, and friendships and relationship are difficult. Madison’s boss understands her gift and uses her skill to his advantage. Swaying Thorne Thunder to choose her firm for a lucrative contract is an intriguing assignment. Thorne is sexy hot and Madison connects with the werewolf in an unexpected way.
Any proposed construction on pack land must have Thorne’s backing before being presented to the pack elders. Thorne doesn’t care for Madison’s boss, but the instant attraction he feels for the beautiful personal assistant is profound. One night and he’s hooked.
She’s a loner. He belongs to a wolf pack.
He wants forever. She’s just surviving day by day.
One night. One sexy werewolf. Madison’s life is about to shift.
Thorne checked the time on his phone. Hadon Strong had a reputation for keeping his business associates waiting. Thorne had arrived on time for the meeting and he’d allow Strong two more minutes. After that, he was leaving.
The Thunder pack wasn’t thrilled about the state highway that would cross their land or the bridge that would span their river. The loss of forest and the possible negative effectives on their water supply had the elders concerned. Thorne had spent more days than he liked convincing the state to give his wolf pack a voice in approving the design of the bridge. Strong Structural Design needed the elders’ approval to win this lucrative contract. Thorne’s recommendation would weigh heavily on that decision.
After two minutes, Thorne stood and tucked his phone in his pocket. A door opened across the hallway and the scent of woman and citrus floated through the air. Thorne’s nose twitched, not an unusual occurrence when being around humans. Heat and female pheromones struck him. Desire coiled and snaked through him, taking him by surprise.
He turned, wondering if the vision would compare to the olfactory sensation.
Thorne’s heart thumped and his blood rushed.
He took in the black high heels, delicate ankles, shapely calves, black skirt and jacket that displayed a good figure. Her white top revealed a single gold chain around a slender neck. Her blonde hair was pulled back. The severity of the style meant to downplay her looks only served to accentuate the delicate bone structure of her face. Her eyes were blue, her lips pink and her skin fair.
The blonde extended her slender hand in greeting. Her nails were short, manicured and polished in pale pink. “Mr. Thunder, I’m Madison Campbell, Mr. Strong’s personal assistant.”
Thorne knew Hadon Strong was single and pondered the extent of that personal relationship. He glanced at her left hand and saw no ring. “Ms. Campbell.”
“Mr. Strong is ready to see you.”
She escorted him across the waiting area to a set of double doors. Although his time in the city was coming to a close, Thorne would willingly extend his stay in order to get to know Ms. Campbell more intimately.
Thunder Wolves: Thorne by B.J. McCall