Friday, December 2, 2016

My Sexy Dreamer ~ @MySexySaturday #MySexySaturday #MySexyAuthors #Saturday7 #MSS169

Welcome to the 169th week of My Sexy Saturday. 

This week’s theme: My Sexy Dreamer

This week’s theme is My Sexy Dreamer. Know that guy or girl with big dreams? The ones you always ooed and ah’d over. Yeah…that one...find the one we’re talking about? If you have stories with those heroes and heroines with big dreams, big hearts and a way to put it all together, then this one’s for you! 

BLURB: It isn’t the string of crappy jobs, or people’s irrational urge to spend their money, or even his inability to ask Julie out on a date that Zach can’t get excited about Christmas. It is the fact that today is his last day he gets to spend in his preferred human form.
When jealous Tia, a wicked sorceress disguised as the pack’s alpha female, tries to force his wolf out a day early, all-consuming anger sends him into a rage against her. She punishes shape shifter Zach, by changing him to a dog. He has 48 hours to save his family and trade his life for someone else’s in order to break the spell—the only problem, Julie’s cat Miss Molly knows who he is and won’t let him near her owner. But Julie’s safety is the greatest importance and he sticks by her side.
Julie can’t resist falling in love with the stray dog she rescues. She prolongs putting a found dog ad in the local newspaper just to keep him for another day. Strange thing is, the animal reminds her of Zach.
Confronted with the woman who stole the man she secretly loves, Julie discovers the truth about Zach. When his dog form proves useless against the powerful alpha werewolf, the help comes from unforeseen allies.

Careful not to wake Julie, he got down from the bed, but caught a look from the cat.
“Molly, is there a way out of the house?” he whispered.
She yawned and laid her head back on her paws.
“Come on, Molly. I have to get out.”
The tip of Molly’s tailed twitched. A sure sign she was annoyed by his pestering. “You canines are not good at holding it. Well, when you’ve got to go, you’ve got to go. Use the pet door, if you can squeeze through.”
All right, he’d seen people put those on the back or side doors. His paws slid on the smooth tiles, stopping in front of the white panel in the laundry room. He stared at the black, narrow rectangle. Could this be the pet door? A Chihuahua couldn’t squeeze through. Let alone a large breed dog. Then again, the opening was meant for Molly. Thankfully, it was still very early, barely dawn, and few humans would be up yet. Lexa would have to come to him. He emitted a high frequency whine, calling her to his location. She hesitated in her reply. How would she go to human school if she couldn’t break her shyness of people? This was a good test for her.
“Come on, Lexa. You can do it.”  He encouraged her through their special bond.
Soon, her paws sounded on the ground in front of the door. He peeked through, eager to speak to Lexa, yet fearing Tia’s curse couldn’t be broken. “Hey, I’m guarding Julie and her cat. Have you found out anything?”
“You’re sharing the human’s house with a cat?” Lexa couldn’t hide her teasing tone, or perhaps she didn’t bother to hide it.
“Now, now, she’s a nice kitty.” His words surprised him, but in truth Molly had started to get under his skin. He couldn’t deny she was rather pleasant, at times if she wasn’t coughing up a furball. Maybe he could learn to live with her around, to remain close to Julie. “I hope you have some good news for me.”
“The old ones summoned the Wizard.” Despite her soft tone, a tremor shook her voice.  “According to him, your dog’s appearance is a very powerful sorcery. The curse could turn permanent if not reversed in twenty-four hours.”
His stomach flipped. He had no idea what would it take to break the spell, but whatever the demand, his need for Julie and her safety would beat out any fears. “What must I do?”
Lexa lowered her head, but the sorrow in her eyes deepened his worry. “One ultimate and unselfish act.”
He blew out a breath of relief. Lexa got him all worried when in truth the counter curse wasn’t bad at all. “That shouldn’t be hard. I’m a giving guy.”

Lexa’s face dropped and sadness filled her voice. “Zach, it’s not as easy as giving up your food to feed me or our mom. You’ll have to trade your life for someone else’s.” 

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