Hope(less)

      Melissa Haag
Hope(less)

In a world filled with people, Gabby is uniquely alone. The tiny sparks she sees in her mind represent the people around her, but she doesn't know why she sees them. A chance encounter leads her closer to answers, and into a hidden society where fur is optional. There she meets Clay. He is everything she doesn't want, but might be everything she needs to discover the answers she's searching for.Gabby's brain is like a human fish finder. It comes in handy when she wants to avoid people. Mostly men. They seem to like her a bit too much. It's lonely being different, but she's adapted to it. Really. She just wishes she knew why she is different, though.In her search for answers, she discovers a hidden community of werewolves. She immerses herself in their culture, learning about their world until she meets Clay. He's unkempt, prone to mood swings, intense without saying a word, and he thinks Gabby is his.It's going to take every trick she knows to convince Clay to go away, and every bit of willpower not to fall for him when she discovers the man beneath the rough exterior.Judgement has begun...~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ “I could not put this book down for a second, it was simply wonderful!” - Vanessa Vendrasco-Aere author of https://yabookbutterfly.blogspot.ca

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    Clay's Hope

      Melissa Haag
Clay's Hope

Clay is a man of few human talents. As a wolf, he has survived on his own. Then he meets Gabby, a human girl. She hates him at first sight, yet he can’t let her go. Through her eyes, he discovers surviving isn't the same as living...Clay is a man of few human talents. As a wolf, he hunts well and can fight off a grizzly twice his size, but has no aspirations. The idea of a Mate isn’t something he has ever seriously entertained. Dreamed about, maybe, but he knows the chances are nearly non-existent. Then he meets Gabby, a human girl. She hates him at first sight, yet he can’t let her go. Who he was is no longer important. Now, who he needs to become to win her over is the only thing that matters.

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