Werewolves and Wranglers

Witch of the Wild West

Book Two

It’s the sheriff’s job to protect the town. The town, however, doesn’t intend to make it easy for her.

It was a normal day when Tobias arrived back to Redstone, paperwork and petty disputes between the various residents of town, until it wasn’t because humans were trying to attack the werewolf pack. Adalyn finds herself in the middle of a range war, and her duty as sheriff to protect Redstone becomes very literal as silver bullets start flying. She needs to make a mark and establish her authority, or the werewolves will never let her help.

It’s not the only war she finds herself in, either. She’s in the middle of the cross fire between two factions she never thought would go to battle. Her oldest friends and her new lovers. Tensions rise and tempers snap as each man tries to defend what he thinks is his while Adalyn tries to broker peace in an attempt to stay on task and do her job. They keep looking at her to declare a winner. There’s only one problem.

She can’t.
Adalyn won’t be won. She won’t be fought for and claimed.
And if that means she has to give them all up, she will.