BIRTHRIGHT by Marie Johnston is the first book in her newest series, Pale Moonlight. Shifter Porter Declan doesn’t know why the world around him is falling to pieces, but he knows one female whose birthright can make things right again. Maggie Miller was raised as a human but always knew she was “different.” When sexy Porter comes into her life, claiming he’s finally found the one who can help him, she doesn’t know what to believe. Unfortunately, Declan wasn’t the only one searching for her. If you’re a fan of thrilling, sexy supernatural romance, you’ll want to add this book to your collection.
Join Marie Johnston and the Killion Group as we celebrate the release of Birthright with this 16 stop Release Day Blast on June 28th. Included in this celebration is exclusive content, a spotlight of the book, reviews, and a giveaway. One GRAND PRIZE WINNER will receive a SIGNED copy of Fever Claim!
Pale Moonlight #1
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Length: 189 pages
Release Date: June 28th, 2016
Publisher: Indie Published
Porter Denlan’s home is in turmoil, his pack lives in fear of their cruel leader, but he knows one female whose birthright can govern them without question. Unfortunately, his nemesis is also searching for her—and it isn’t to bring her back to the home she was taken from.
Raised as a human, Maggie Miller wishes she could connect with her species. But when a sexy carpenter comes into her work making outrageous claims about her destiny, she blows him off—despite her intense attraction toward the rugged male. Hours after she watched his admirable backside walk out, three brutes attack her. Unable to stay away from her, Porter’s jumps to her aid; they barely escape.
On the run, they learn what Maggie’s birthright truly is—and how it could tear them apart.
Great. So she was crazy—or this guy was.
“Lobo Springs needs your help.”
Now Lobo Springs rang a bell; a faint one. She remembered her mother and Jace arguing about the place. The only reason she remembered was because when she’d later asked her mom where “Loco Springs” was, her mom’s face lost color and she demanded Maggie never speak of the town again.
“Lobo Springs,” the hot shifter prompted, “your home.”
“I’ve lived in Freemont as long as I can remember. I’m not the girl you’re looking for.”
His hooded eyes drifted down her body suggesting she was a girl, and he was definitely okay with finding her.
Marie Johnston lives in the upper-Midwest with her husband, four kids, and an old cat. Deciding to trade in her lab coat for a laptop, she’s writing down all the tales she’s been making up in her head for years. An avid reader of paranormal romance, these are the stories hanging out and waiting to be told between the demands of work, home, and the endless chauffeuring that comes with children.