Win a copy of SLOANE’S WOLF by Margay Leah Justice


more than a hundred and fifty years, the gray wolf has failed to roam the hills
of Massachusetts, leading to the belief that they are extinct. But with a
spattering of sightings across the Berkshires, the legend of the gray wolf
comes to fruition. The product of that legend, Micah Sloane will go to great
lengths to protect his kind from the threat of outsiders, who seek to exploit
the legend for their own interests. One thing he didn’t count on, however, was
finding his soul mate in the company of such men.
the first time she predicted a stranger’s imminent death when she was little
more than a child, Shiloh Beck knew she was different. Wishing to cultivate her
gift, her parents made the fateful decision to enroll her in a private school
for paranormally gifted children. Unbeknownst to them, the school was just a
front for a research facility simply called the Institute, whose secret board
members weaned gifted children from their families to exploit their gifts.
Shiloh has spent the better part of her life trying to escape the Institute and
reunite with the family she was told had abandoned her.
their first meeting, Micah and Shiloh share a connection that goes beyond the
normal to bond them in a way that love alone cannot. But before they can build
a life together, they must deal with the fall-out when the legend of the wolves
collides with the men behind the Institute.


Author’s Bio
Descended from the same bloodline that spawned the likes of
James Russell, Amy and Robert Lowell, Margay Leah Justice was fated to be a
writer herself from a young age. But even before she knew that there was a name
for what she was doing, she knew one thing: She had a deep and unconditional
love for the written word. A love that would challenge her in times of need,
abandon her in times of distress, and rediscover her in times of hope. Through
her writing, Margay has learned to cope with every curve ball life has thrown
her, including the challenges of single parenting, the harsh realities of
living in a shelter, coping with the diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis, and the
roller coaster ride of dealing with a child who suffers from bipolar disorder.
But along the way she has rediscovered the amazing power of words.
Margay currently lives in Massachusetts with her two
daughters, two cats, and a myriad of characters who vie for her attention and
demand that their own stories be told.

Margay Leah Justice