D.E. Wesley’s new book “Alaska’s Rain” is an interesting fiction about a country girl who crossed paths with a shapeshifter

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Recent release “Alaska’s Rain” from Page Publishing author D.E. Wesley is a riveting narrative that follows a woman who fled from her city life and a mysterious man who holds a surprising secret.

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D.E. Wesley, a registered massage practitioner who enjoys the outdoors, has completed her new book “Alaska’s Rain”: a gripping and potent novel about Rain as she goes to Alaska to escape her life in New York and finds herself catching the eyes of a shifter without her knowledge.

Wesley writes, “Rain was a country girl who moved to New York for a job. She met a man who almost killed her. He went to jail. She needed to get away from New York, so she went to Alaska to help her sister on the homestead. Little did she know, her life was about to change forever.

Marc, a black wolf shifter, was checking on his neighbor’s homestead. He caught the scent of a female—one he didn’t know and one he was going to get to know. But how was he supposed to tell her that he was a man who could shift into a wolf whenever he felt like it and not scare her away?”

Published by Page Publishing, D.E. Wesley’s thrilling tale goes beyond the natural and introduces the life-changing meeting of a country girl and a wolf shifter. Will this connection lead them to something or will this go downhill?

In this novel, readers will find a captivating story full of unexpected twists they won’t want to miss.

Readers who wish to experience this amazing work can purchase “Alaska’s Rain” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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