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.From the moment they met, there was an undeniableattraction between Colby and Tobias.Even thoughmonths had passed since they’d seen each other, thesparks haven’t dimmed one bit.When they finally metagain, it was only natural that they end up horizontal onone of the coalition’s more popular conference tables.Just as they are sure there is no doubt they aredestined together, their older brothers intervene and tearthem apart.Not because Colby is a Lion shifter.It’s notbecause Tobias is a Wolf shifter either.The reason fortheir split can be summed down to two words—they’rerunts.And in the shifter world, runt equals weak andvulnerable.It’s only natural that their older siblings areoverprotective.The one thing that their brothers fail to see is thatColby and Tobias are determined to be together, even ifthat means defying their elders.Will everybody finallysee how perfect Colby and his little Wolf are for eachother? Or will the pair have to resort to drastic measuresto have any kind of happiness?The unauthorized reproduction or distribution ofthis copyrighted work is illegal.Criminal copyrightinfringement,includinginfringementwithoutmonetary gain, is investigated by the FBI and ispunishable by up to 5 years in federal prison and afine of $250,000.Please purchase only authorized electronic editions,and do not participate in or encourage the electronicpiracy of copyrighted materials.Your support of theauthor’s rights is appreciated.This book is a work of fiction.Names, characters,places, and incidents either are products of the author’simagination or are used fictitiously.Any resemblance toactual events or locales or persons, living or dead, isentirely coincidental.Colby and the Little WolfCopyright © 2012 Stephani HechtISBN: 978-1-77111-175-1Cover art by Martine JardinAll rights reserved.Except for use in any review, thereproduction or utilization of this work in whole or inpart in any form by any electronic, mechanical or othermeans, now known or hereafter invented, is forbiddenwithout the written permission of the publisher.Published by eXtasy BooksLook for us online at:www.eXtasybooks.comColby and the Little WolfLost Shifter 17ByStephani HechtTo Damon.You are the best friend I can everask for.You have forever been sweet,supportive and awesome.I’m so damn lucky tohave you.Chapter Oneobias was going to kill his bodyguards.ProvidedT the Ravens that were tailing them didn’t jump thegun and do the job for him first.While the latter might have seemed like a betteroption, since Tobias wouldn’t have to exert himself, orget his new jeans all bloody, it really wouldn’t work.Not since he’d be the first one the birds attacked.It wascommon knowledge that the birds always went for theweakest member of the pack first.Born a runt and stillas small as ever, Tobias fit that bill and then some.Plus,as Russell’s youngest sibling, that put an additionaltarget on Tobias’s back.Face it, he may as well bewearing a t-shirt that read Fresh Meat on it.Sigh…it so sucked being the younger brother of thewolf who was at the head of the most illegal activitythis side of he state.Correction, make that former headof illegal activity.Ever since Russell had found hismate, he’d cleaned up his act.Now that he had two newcubs to take care of, he was being even more of a BoyScout.In the past six months, he hadn’t so much asripped the tag off a mattress.In truth, their small pack didn’t need to do anythingfor awhile.While Russell had still been wearing theblack hat, they’d amassed a small fortune.But Tobias1Stephani Hechtwas quickly finding out that all play and no work, wasmaking for a very boring life.At the moment, he was sitting in a small Italianrestaurant with his two bodyguards, Ervin and Nico.They had been with him for years, yet they’d neverreally become close friends.Be it because they resentedhaving to always look after the runt of the pack, orbecause they thought Tobias was just a brat.Whateverthe reason, they’d never warmed up to him.Letting out another sigh, Tobias spun his fork overthe cheap plastic red and white checkered tablecloth.Atthe same time, he looked up from under his lashes at thegroup of Ravens who were sitting only two tables away.Tobias sighed again.“I just wish they’d attack andget it over with.”“They probably don’t want to call attention tothemselves since we’re surrounded by humans,” Nicosaid [ Pobierz całość w formacie PDF ]