I’m cat sitting this week. Not the most exciting of adventures because…well, the cat in question doesn’t really emerge every time I go to her owners house to see what I’m up to, but the food keeps disappearing and the poo keeps appearing in the kitty box, so I know it’s alive. It’s in the house.
Things I do when I’m cat sitting:
Check my e-mail.
Check Facebook (you evil time suck).
Write blog posts.
Notice how little cat is involved in this? I feel like I’m being a bad cat sitter. Maybe I should bring a toy or something with me tomorrow. Convince the little bugger to come out of hiding. The cat in question is actually super cute and lovey when she does decide to be social. She’s a Siamese with bright blue eyes and fur that reminds me of a chinchilla it’s so soft. It’s probably curled up somewhere warm because we’ve been having seasonably cold weather the last few days (which I love) because it meant I got to dig my hoodies out. I now also have a great excuse to drink hot beverages all day long because it’s “cold” and I need to warm up. I’ll probably get sick of that mid-January, but for now I’m excited.
Right now I’m doing de-caf Breve lattes (I know. I’m trying not to overdo it or I’ll have gained five pounds this time next week.) and Cinnamon tea.
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Captain Xavier Hobbs, a decommissioned combat engineer, was chronically lonely in the Army. But once he is back to being a civilian, with no family and nothing to ground him, he drifts. All he wants is a real home, a real life, and love—but that is easy to wish for and hard to make happen.
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Yulian Volkov is an entrepreneur and lone werewolf who hates the city. At a pack meeting, he learns the only member he’s attracted to is being expelled for crimes unspecified. Yulian strikes a deal with the pack leader to allow Rolly Witten to live on his farm and work in his Meadery. Although enjoying handsome Rolly’s company, Yulian must tread carefully, since Rolly doesn’t trust him and the pack doesn’t acknowledge homosexuality exists. Meanwhile, Yulian stealthily courts Rolly by teaching him the value of his wolf side.
Rolly, who’s known he was gay since he was a teen, has accepted a life of solitude—and a life of crime. He has no desire to relocate. Yet Yulian’s trust in his ability to do honest work builds his confidence. As life is settling well for them, Rolly learns a friend from his old pack had a crush on him, and he’s torn between returning his friend’s feelings or pursuing the budding relationship with Yulian. But that’s not their worst problem. Assassins are trying to take out both wolves, and they need to figure out who wants them dead or all the trust and happiness they’re building together won’t matter.