We’re on tour with Rabid by Ivy Asher and Raven Kennedy!
I’ve been waiting my whole life to get my wolf. But now that the time is here, I need to run.
Three years ago, a nightmare of an alpha took over my pack by force, and ever since, he’s been trying to do the same to me.
I can’t let that happen.
I need to escape him before he can lay a claim, flee from what I’ve always wanted, or risk getting a wolf that will submit to him.
But nothing goes to plan. When I’m forced to take on my wolf spirit, my alpha attacks, and the fight shatters us in ways we never knew possible.
Now we’re broken. Jagged. Rabid.
To punish me, punish us for not submitting, my new wolf and I are thrown away to a savage pack, where we come face to face with Ruin Falls and the biggest monster of them all.
But…maybe a monster is exactly what a rabid bitch like me needs.
Will my wolf and I snap, lost to our fractured savagery? Or will this ferocious alpha teach us just what our broken nature is capable of? Maybe we can get our revenge.
…That is, if we’re rabid enough to take it.
This is a STAND-ALONE book. You do not need to read anything else to enjoy this story. Other authors have also written in the Kingdom of Wolves shared world, you can check them out by clicking the series page.
Authors note: This book is a dark shifter romance. There are elements of strong language, violence, assault, and other situations that may be triggering.
About Ivy Asher
Ivy Asher is addicted to chai, swearing, and laughing a lot (but not in a creepy, laughing alone kind of way). She loves the snow, books, and her family of two humans, and three fur-babies. She has worlds and characters just floating around in her head, and she’s lucky enough to be surrounded by amazing people who support that kind of crazy.
About Raven Kennedy
Raven Kennedy lives in California with her family. She is most known for her international bestselling Heart Hassle series. She writes in a range of genres, including dark romances, romantic comedies, contemporary, and fantasy. Whether she makes you laugh or cry, she hopes to connect with readers and create characters you can root for.