About The Author

Katie Salidas is a USA Today bestselling author and RONE award winner known for her unique genre-blending style.

Since 2010 she's penned five bestselling book series: the Immortalis, Olde Town Pack, Little Werewolf, Chronicles of the Uprising, and the all-new Agents of A.S.S.E.T. series. As her not-so-secret alter ego, Rozlyn Sparks, she is a USA Today bestselling author of romance with a naughty side.

In her spare time Katie also produces and hosts a YouTube talk show; Spilling Ink. She also has a regular column on First Comics News where she explores writing from a nerdy perspective.

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A child of the system, Giselle had only ever wanted one thing... a family. But the price for her dreams might be more than she bargained for.

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“I’m Ash, though I have a feeling you already know. I saw you sitting with Diana Hernandez.”
“You say that like it’s a bad thing.” The pack animosity was definitely there, though he made a fair attempt at playing it down with a casual shrug of his shoulders.
“You’re with them, right? Part of the pack?”
“Not yet.”
His eyebrows arched as he cocked his head sideways, a confused look that make him that much more attractive. Seriously… was he a model or something? Every move, every facial expression was GQ-worthy. “You are a wolf. I can smell it on you.”
“Lone wolf.” Giselle raised her hand as if answering a question in class. “I’m staying with them, but I haven’t committed myself.”
She wasn’t sure of which part of what she said turned him off, but the coldness returned to his eyes and he set his jaw with that stony expression of cold indifference. “If you have a choice… Don’t.” Asher turned away and walked back to the driver door of his truck.
She should sue for whiplash as fast as he’d blown her off. They’d almost had a moment there, and he’d done a complete 180 back to being an asshole in the time it took for her to blink “That’s what you’re leaving with?” she mocked his masculine tone. “‘Don’t’?”
“If you have a choice. Don’t join the Hernandez pack. They’re not good people. But I think you’ve already made your mind up, so there’s no point in continuing the conversation, lone wolf.”
“You say ‘lone wolf like’ it’s a bad thing.”
“Just as bad as being part of the Hernandez pack.”
Wow. Just wow. Nothing about her was right for this guy. What a jerk. She shouldn’t defend herself to him, but the words flew from her mouth before she could stop them. “Not all of us are blessed with good parents. Or a family at all, for that matter. I don’t have a choice on what I am. Hello… foster kid. Not exactly in charge of where I go until I’m eighteen.”
Her revelation should have evoked some emotional response from him. You’d have to be one stone-cold jerk to not sympathize with the plight of a kid stuck in the system. But maybe he was beyond comprehending how hard of a life that was, because his reaction just cemented the title of Asshole of the Year for him.
“If you’re one of us, and been in the system any length of time, I’m sure you know your situation is not permanent. You can find a way out.”

Though his words had some truth, the delivery of them made her want to punch him. Sure, she’d been kicked out of many a good home for being… well, herself. But that didn’t make her situation better any time it happened. If anything, each new family, until the Hernandez group, had been worse than the one before. “I am not going to jeopardize my home on the word of a stranger. Especially a jerk like you.”

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