So, few of you may know that I'm not really into the were thing, doesn't matter if it's leopards, tigers, cats, or even wolves, or any relate. But sometimes, whene everybody get excited with them you just need to give them a try, so I just invited Little Red's author, Trista Jaszczak, to tell me her top ten reasons why wolves are better than any others paranormal creatures.
BTW, I love her last name...
So Trista what you have to say about my lack of love for wolves...
Top Ten reason why wolves are better than others paranormal creatures
I'm going to base this off my fellas, because I am a tad partial to them ;)
1. Their eyes - I'm a sucker for those bright, silvery eyes.
2. Their strength - something about these strong boys is just hot!
3. Just how protective they are - if you're a part of their pack, they will protect you.
4. Their sense of humor - see how these guys feed off each other. I adore it.
5. Their sense of camaraderie - their blood but their bond is really deeper than that.
6. They are loyal.
7. You would be able to trust these guys with your life.
8. They're completely honest.
9. They have the ability to commit to just one woman ;)
10. They are fun as hell in the sack! - always a plus ;)
Well, I have to admit that there are really good reasons! Almost a perfect man... OMG! You put it hard for me! Thanks Trista for passing by. And you guys, why not keep reading and find out if Little Red has this amazing big, silvery eyes wolfs?
Little Red by Trista Jaszczak
Series: Believe #1
Samantha Wentworth has one mission in life; to get as far away as she possibly can from her troubled past.
When she finds herself on the Louisiana bayou she runs straight into the arms of a very sexy Big Bad Wolf that she just can’t seem to resist.
Will Samantha continue on her journey, or does the full moon have other plans in store for her?
About The Author
Trista Jaszczak is the Amazon.com bestselling author of Loverboy and the highly anticipated release Little Red, coming June 13th.
She is an Air Force spouse and mother to two mischievous and rambunctious little girls. She is creative by nature and not only writes, but is a photographer who braves the cold to chase the northern lights. She also plays guitar and sings, two things that have become a favorite past time of hers when she’s not behind the glowing screen of her computer. And, though she considers it just a hobby, loves to sketch and paint.
She is originally from Hamilton, Ohio but calls home where ever the Air Force sends her. She currently resided in Anchorage, Alaska where she finds endless inspiration in the pure Alaskan wilderness. Though the rain can seem endless in the fall, and the constant daylight is a burden in the summers, she considers it a privilege to live there.
When Trista isn’t writing, she loves to spend her time with her family in the vast Alaskan outdoors, plucking away at her old guitar, working out in the gym, or baby her two over-grown Labrador puppies. She loves the great outdoors, the moon, old movies, and music. She loves being creative, practicing her photography, and wildlife. If you need to get in touch with her, since her life is 10 ways of crazy right now, you can always.
You can find Trista at