Fascinated by the wolves unique eye color and their beauty Janie snaps a picture with the camera she’d brought with her to take sunset pictures. The minute the flash goes off though the wolves leap from the hood of the SUV and disappear into the woods. She’d hoped to get more than one pictures but that isn’t going to happen. Janie looks through the window at the surrounding area but she doesn’t see the wolves again – instead she notices a light coming from a cabin and makes the decision to seek shelter there.
Despite the ‘lived in’ appearance of the cabin nobody’s home when she arrives. She starts a fire and makes herself comfortable while she waits for the cabin’s owner to return. The last thing she expects is for the magnificent wolves to let themselves in through the ‘doggie door.’ The wolves make themselves comfortable on either side of her on the rug and seem to enjoy any attention she pays them. Surprisingly both animals are wearing chains with their names engraved on heart-shaped tags.
The wolves’ names are Cavan and Dall. Names that Janie’s never heard of before. The stress of the day finally catches up with her and Janie decides to lie down in the cabin’s one bed - fully clothed since the cabin’s owner could return at any time. The wolves snuggle up on either side of her and that’s the last thing she remembers – until she wakes up naked with two gorgeous men.
HER FERAL MATES fulfilled my every expectation and then some. I love how well this story flows and how quickly I became immersed in the characters unique relationship. Janie, Cavin and Dall seem to ‘fit’ together perfectly and I really wanted to know all about them. Ruth D. Kerce ends this story so that readers will be left with plenty of reasons to go in search of more of her storylines. HER FERAL MATES is one story that will stick out in your mind long after you’ve finished reading.
HER FERAL MATES is one of the short stories that make up the SNOWBOUND line. This line is well worth checking out if you love paranormal stories that are a little out of the norm. I know I’ve certainly had a wonderful time reading each of the stories and discovered several authors I hadn’t read before.