Today I am so pleased to welcome Kiki Burrelli to Joyfully Jay. Kiki has come to talk to us about her latest release, Outlaw, and the completion of her Wolves of Royal Payne series. Please join me in giving her a big welcome!
“Why do you have your shirt off?”
His naked chest had always been a thing of beauty but, like fine wine, Diesel had aged well. Coarse strands of silver mixed among the light dusting of dark hair across his pectorals and down his happy trail. Would they taste differently than the black ones?
Somehow, he was also broader, and I was pretty sure I spotted an extra pack on those abs. Maybe that wasn’t humanly possible, but Diesel wasn’t human. He was a shifter. An alpha. Such a fucking alpha. I wanted to climb him like a tree and ride him like it was windy.
“It’s hot work moving your stuff where it belongs.”
So we were both just going to ignore the obvious fact that he wasn’t sweating. Okay. Cool.
“Don’t worry, baby,” Diesel said, catching me once again ogling parts of his body. “Only one more load and then if you have anything to ask me, I’ll be here to hear it.”
Yes, Diesel was arrogant. That wasn’t the issue at hand.
My wraiths made me feel safe. They were amazing cuddlers and always knew how to soothe and relax me, but Diesel made me want to rip my clothes off, howl at the moon, and hump his face. Or he could hump mine. I’d need a whole lot of time figuring out how to get my mouth around that beast, but I’d give it my best shot.
But damn it, why did he have to be so cocky? He expected me to beg. Like he didn’t want into my pants just as badly?
Wolves of Royal Paynes, Book 4
Heartbroken. Betrayed. Alpha.
Diesel didn’t only lose his pack in the hellfire explosion that turned the people he loved into ash, he lost his future omega as well. The only human among them, Quinlan had joined their pack as a child and through the years Diesel was his constant companion, protector, and best friend. Because of the difference in their ages, Diesel insisted they waited until Quinlan was a little older, until the gap between their years didn’t matter quite so much before he claimed Quinlan truly.
He never got the chance.
Now, Diesel has watched his pack mates find their omegas knowing he’ll never have what his brothers have. He’ll never hold his omega, never kiss or tease him just to see the blush color his cheeks. He had his treasure, and failed to protect him. Quinlan was everything that was good in the world and trying to live without him is like trying to live without a heart. But Diesel is still an alpha, still partly responsible for the fragile—yet flourishing—pack that has assembled around them, despite the alpha team’s best efforts to cling to the past and care only about revenge.
When an old face becomes a new enemy, Diesel and his alpha team are once again racing to save everything they hold dear. Betrayed by someone they’d once called leader, the Royal Paynes pack has never been in more danger. Portal wants nephilim blood to open a gate to hell and there won’t be puppies and kittens waiting on the other side. Before the pack can figure out how to hold hell back, the alphas must deal with the traitor once and for all—and face the terrifying weapon he possesses. A weapon that has the power to change everything.
Good vs. evil. Heaven vs. hell. Diesel already failed to save his pack once, and now, he’s expected to save the world?
Outlaw is the fourth and final book in the Wolves of Royal Paynes series. It is an action-packed, magically-infused, swelteringly hot, mpreg romance that continues a world of angels, demons, shifters, mystery, and magic. For maximum enjoyment, this series should be read in order.
Kiki Burrelli wants to make you shiver. She writes paranormal gay romance with common mpreg themes and as much magic as she can stuff between the pages.
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