Author Racine Lavelle’s New Debut Novel Reinvents the Werewolf Mythos

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“Embracing The Wolf” is a heady mix of drama, suspense and the supernatural

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Upcoming movies like “Breaking Dawn: Part 2” are continuing proof that werewolves have not lost their place in mainstream media. Fans of this fabled creature will not be disappointed with Racine Lavelle’s debut novel “Embracing The Wolf”. Lavelle masterfully puts an exciting spin on the werewolf mythos while taking readers on a journey fraught with danger, suspense and startling secrets.

Rachel Miller moved to Bitterroot Valley with hopes of starting a peaceful life but what she finds there is anything but peace and quiet. In the small town she meets the mysterious and charming Ian McCord who harbors a dark secret: Ian is an alpha werewolf whose pack lives right in Rachel’s backyard. Attraction becomes inevitable, passion flares up and it is not long before a relationship between the two develops- a relationship that will propel Rachel to make a startling discovery about herself and her future.

Lavelle’s passion for the supernatural is evident in the paranormal elements which she has seamlessly blended between the romantic and suspenseful themes of her work. Intriguing and sultry, Embracing The Wolf becomes an engaging parable of change and transformation and of love and loss.

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About the Author
Racine Lavelle is a native-born Texan. She has lived in Texas for fifty-five years and still resides there to this day. She spends her days writing and her nights dreaming about her next book. She has an interest for mythical and paranormal creatures.
Embracing The Wolf * by Racine Lavelle
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 166 pages; 978-1-4771-1805-4
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 166 pages; 978-1-4771-1806-1
eBook; $3.99; 978-1-4771-1807-8

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