Moses lived from moment to moment. He had no past and his future was always in doubt. Living in the moment was his only means of survival. Until a biker with a sense of 'other' walks into the bar where he works and changes his world forever.
Moses, no last name because a slave didn't deserve one, moved through one moment to the next in full survival mode. His owner, Conrad, called him Frog and even shaved his head so he'd look like one. Moses spent his day serving at the bar, making chicken wings and burgers, and then cleaning every night when Conrad locked him in once the bar was closed. Dwelling on his past brought Moses no joy, and Conrad had already told him he had no future. All Moses could do was appreciate flashes of joy while trying to avoid the fists that often came his way.
Tucker, no last name because he was an alpha wolf and didn't need one, was getting tired of his restless animal half dragging him across state boundaries in an endless quest to find his fated mate. Striding into a bar in a place called Dusty Dew of all things, all Tucker hoped for was a cold beer and hot wings. What he got was so much more. He just didn't realize he was going to have to rescue the prize he'd been looking for.
Torn between avenging the injustices Moses had suffered and keeping his mate safe, Tucker did what he had to do. But the journey home wasn't without problems and Tucker was determined Moses would be safe before he was claimed.
Saving Moses is a Quirk of Fates short book. It's where I have two men in their head that want to be together, but they don't want to go through a long story arc to get there either. As Tucker said, "we're fated mates. The rest should be easy." So here you go - Tucker and Moses story, in short form. Enjoy.
As with all of my books, Saving Moses is about two men who will come to love each other. There is some on page violence, coarse language, and an intimate scene (Just the one because this is a short). There is also a taciturn alpha, a wonderful omega who lives in the moment, and a few friends to help make things happen. Oh, and a trip to Las Vegas. This story is completely standalone and is roughly 27,000 words.Author:
9.00h x 6.00w x 0.41dISBN:
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