Keith Winston has come home to Montana to find peace. Instead, the veteran warrior finds himself fighting pressure to become the alpha’s right hand. His attraction to a new wolf on the run sucks him into yet another battle between his instincts and his heart.
Abigail Adler knew nothing about werewolves–until she became one. Red Rock is her only refuge, but she chafes under its rigid rules. Except when it comes to submitting to the passion Keith stirs in her body. With her sister in danger, though, they will both have to risk breaking all the rules.
Brynn Adler hates feeling helpless and vulnerable. But that’s right where she is…in a world of werewolves. Worse, her sister Abigail is one of them. The pack wants to send her packing, yet she’s unwilling to leave–her sister, or the one man who makes her forget her life is falling apart.
Joe Mitchell knew getting involved with Brynn was a bad idea. A supernatural war is no place for a human, and he’s not about to let her make a decision that will bring pain and regret. Now all he has to do is let her go.
Keith, thank you so much for allowing us to visit. Can you tell us a little about Red Rock?
Keith: Sure. It’s a nice enough little town, if you’re not too hot on the modern conveniences. Magic keeps most people out, but that keeps out other things like high-speed internet, outlet malls and movie theaters. We live pretty far off the grid…but if you’re a werewolf on the run, that’s pretty much where you have to live.
Lillie: What is your job within the pack?
Keith: I’m an enforcer. Which means I do what my alpha tells me to…unless I forget to ask permission first. That always tends to come back and bite me in the ass though.
Lillie: What was your first impression of Abby? Was it love at first sight?
Keith: Well that’s a pretty personal question, but I wasn’t thinking much about love that first time. She was tough and brave, but she was in trouble, and she’d been through a lot of shit. Plus, my alpha would have kicked my ass if I’d taken advantage of someone in a tough spot like that.
Abby: I think he almost did anyway.
Keith: Thinking is not doing.
Lillie: Abby? What did you think of Keith?
Abby: He’s hot, and he showed up to rescue me from certain death. I think I just thought, “Oh yes, one of those, please.”
Keith: This is kind of embarrassing. Which means we’ve got about five seconds before Joe shows up to listen.
Lillie: What’s the best and worst thing about living with a group of werewolves?
Joe: No privacy. Everyone knows everyone else’s business.
Keith: See? I knew he’d be here any minute to mock my pain. Which I suppose is the upside of living with a group of werewolves–they may show up to mock your pain, but if the bad guys come to town, they show up just as quick to help you fight them off.
Lillie: I’m sure everyone has heard the Hollywood myths about werewolves. Did they get anything right?
Abby: Howling at the moon, that’s not a myth.
Brynn: Getting furry with the full moon isn’t either. Though it’s more wolf than wolfman.
Joe: Carnivorous tendencies. Don’t forget those. But we reserve it for steak, not people.
Keith: Most of us, anyways.
Lillie: Brynn, as the newest member of this group, what has been the most difficult transition?
Brynn: The lack of privacy. Wolves have killer hearing and pretty good senses of smell, and sometimes they don’t realize that it’d be polite to pretend they’re not using them.
Lillie: Joe, do you have any advice for those wanting to come to Red Rock?
Joe: For a visit or to stay? First off, no one could ever find us. And if you want to stay… Well, let’s just say I’m a big fan of knowing what you’re getting yourself into.
Brynn: He’s not kidding. He’s a little pigheaded about it, in fact.
Lillie: What do you all hope the future holds for Red Rock Pass?
Abby: A little peace and quiet would be nice.
Keith: Or a lot of peace and quiet.
Lillie: One last question. I keep hearing whispers of “Vampire Lumberjack.” Can anyone shed some light on this?
Keith: I hear he’s an old friend of our alpha’s. Some hermit who lives in the woods of Maine whittling furniture in a depressive funk. Vampires are some damn whiny bitches.
Abby: I still don’t know why everyone waited so long to tell me they even existed.
Brynn: Rampant insecurity?
Keith: More like because it doesn’t matter. Vampires stick to themselves…usually. We’re not likely to see any around these parts. And if we do–well, that’s a lot of mess and a whole lot more trouble than I want to think about. Which probably means it’s about to happen.
Lillie: Thanks again to everyone for joining us today. Sanctuary will be available in April and is up for pre-order at Amazon. Also, Cry Sanctuary and Sanctuary Lost are available now as individual purchases in digital format.
But you don’t necessarily have to wait until April to get your hands on this book. Moira Rogers has offered to give away a signed ARC of Sanctuary to one lucky person! All you have to do to be entered is to leave a comment on this post. Good luck!