Nose to Tail Inc
Three hot werewolves, sexual tension thick enough to cut with a knife, an impending Colorado winter, and a rambunctious pack of werewolf pups. Stand back and watch the fur fly.
When Kenneth Marcon loses his nanny to a bite from one of his inherited kids, he knows he needs someone strong to contain five werewolf children. What he finds isn’t a stalwart nanny, but a werewolf manny named Jack. Kenneth and his assistant, Miles, aren’t sure if Jack is what they need, but he’s what they have to work with.
Jack’s got what it takes to keep the kids busy—and attract both Miles’s and Kenneth’s attention. The two old friends have been circling each other for years, but with Jack as the final piece to the puzzle, it’s time to finally act on those urges. When Kenneth is forced to travel instead of solidifying the bond with his new mates, Jack and Miles take desperate measures to get him back, even as they save the kids from one disaster after another. Amidst the chaos, they have to learn how to become not just a pack, but a family.
My name is Julia Talbot and I’m here to talk about my newest release Wolfmanny. It’s about a family of inherited kids who end up with their uncle, a pack Alpha who needs help with five kids. Jack is the new Manny, and he’s an ex-military werewolf with a lot of experience.
He fits almost seamlessly into the Marcon pack, run by Kenneth and his personal assistant Miles.
I was convinced when I plotted the book that Jack and Kenneth would be a couple. When I began writing, however, Miles popped up and reminded me that he’d been in love with Kenneth for years and years.
Served me right for trying to control the path to true love.
Trying to write a threesome is hard. It’s important to get the balance right between all three characters, and it’s even tougher in a paranormal book, because you have not only the human interactions but the wolf ones.
Miles wanted to step back some. He wants his best friend and Alpha, Kenneth, to be happy. So trying to coax him to put his best foot forward and advance his own interests was hard. Also, he and Kenneth know each other so well that it was Jack they had to get to know as the they started the mating process.
Kenneth is such an effortless alpha, and Jack is a commanding man, so he and Kenneth butt heads sometimes, which makes for great chemistry, but Miles is the glue that holds them together, the peacemaker who teaches them all to be together.
Whew. That was some maneuvering.
All in all, what I learned from Wolfmanny is that the course of true love never runs like you expect it, and that sometimes as a writer you have to let the characters do what they want, not what you, the writer, thinks a romance should have them doing.
I hope y’all will check out the lover, and their pack, in Wolfmanny!