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Coyote’s Vow (Stranger Creatures book 4) by Christina Lynn Lambert is a Shake Off Winter Doldrums pick #romanticsuspense #pnr #paranormalromance #mustread #giveaway


Coyote’s Vow (Stranger Creatures book 4)



Christina Lynn Lambert



Paranormal Romance, romantic suspense, steamy


Book Blurb:


A brutal experiment left Kylie Claremont with telekinetic abilities and she wants revenge. The position she’s offered as a liaison between Shifters United and the Psy Guild will give her the chance to find the elusive research company that disappeared after experimenting on her. The only thing standing in her way is an arrogant coyote shifter who is convinced that Kylie is a threat to all shifters. She never expected to fall for the gruff, mistrusting man.


Coyote shifter Trevor Ryland will never trust the psy. Still, he knows the time has come to strengthen the tentative alliance between shifters and psy. He fully intends to ignore his attraction to the beautiful psy liaison, but he’d never forgive himself if something happened to her. His plan to protect Kylie from afar is wrecked when they’re forced to work together. She could be his mate but Trevor can’t let that happen. The struggle to deny his need for the one woman with the power to destroy him gets harder every day.


They’ll have to work fast and fight hard to stop a research company’s latest plans or shifters and psy everywhere will suffer.




Who is she? Trevor tried not to stare at the woman sitting across from Shifters United President Matt Blackwell but damn, she was beautiful. Her long, black hair had a purple, glossy tint. Intricate tattoos wound around her arms and lower legs. He wanted to run his fingers along the ink lines of every single tattoo. Her skin looked so smooth and touchable. Bitable too. Nope. Not appropriate. Not at all. He forced his descending coyote fangs to recede.


Blackwell didn’t introduce Trevor to the mystery woman, though, and that sent his curiosity into caution mode. The purple-haired beauty gave him a wary look before glancing back down at the computer tablet in her hand. Right. Business. Trevor had obviously interrupted a meeting. He’d stopped by Matt Blackwell’s hotel room to drop off a folder full of intel and surveillance photos. He needed to find an excuse to stay and talk to the woman with lovely dark brown eyes.


“Thanks for taking care of the research,” Blackwell gave him a nod. “Set the info on my desk and I’ll take a look before the meeting tonight.”


Trevor walked past the mystery woman and set the folder full of information on the small desk beside the coffee table. He stole another, longer glance at the woman. Her nails were painted indigo blue. His favorite color. The tattoos winding around her arms seemed to be in motion, encircling her in their safety. Weird trick of the light. Had to be. He rubbed his eyes. Blinked. The tattoos went still. The woman smelled amazing, like wildflowers after the rain, but she didn’t smell like a shifter. Didn’t mean she wasn’t one.


Scent blockers made it easy for shifters to mask their unique scent, to a degree. The blockers also did a fairly good job at hiding other smells shifters could detect, like fear, desire, and rage. Even so, Trevor could almost always detect hints of the slightly rancid, faint garbage aroma of the blockers, no matter what brand or what home recipe a person used. Coyote shifters could pick up on smells most other shifters couldn’t.


What is the woman with the willowy tattoos? Was she a threat to Blackwell? Maybe a rabbit shifter? Rabbit shifters were the only animal shifters who carried no animal scent, but their eyes.... Not a specific color, just a look. Plus, they usually liked to flash their double rows of horrifying sharp teeth upon meeting other shifters. Just for a flex. The rabbits could be mean when bothered unnecessarily, but mostly, they were pretty decent. The woman caught him looking again and gave him a little half smile. Her pretty eyes with long, thick lashes were definitely not the strange eyes of a rabbit shifter.


“I’ll see you later, Trevor.” Blackwell gave him a pointed stare.


“You’re alright here?”


“I’m fine. I have Nathan,” Blackwell gestured to his giant assistant and body guard who was seated in a chair in the kitchenette, reading a book.


No code phrases were used, and Trevor didn’t detect any signs of distress from the mountain lion shifter or his bear shifter assistant. Trevor nodded. Apparently, Blackwell had no intention of introducing him to the woman sitting with him. Nathan, grinned at Trevor, like he knew something. Fine, Nathan could keep his secret. But Trevor would get information, one way or another.


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What’s your favorite activity to shake off the winter doldrums?


When the temperature outside drops below sixty degrees, I start building myself a nest of sweatshirts and fuzzy blankets. Occasionally, despite the cold weather, I’m overcome with the urge to reconnect with humanity, so I exchange my pajamas for regular clothes and grab my car keys. For the ride, there must be good driving music. Some of my favorite bands and artists to hear on a drive are Rush, 311, Johnny Cash, Grateful Dead, Elton John, Alice in Chains, and most of the rock, pop, and hip hop from the 70s, 80s, and 90s.


Sometimes, I brave the cold and go on a hike at the park. Other times, I like to check out local arts and crafts fairs. The art and artists inspire me and get my brain out of the pattern of stillness winter can sometimes encase me in. Just feeling the energy of the crowd fills me with hope that the cold won’t last forever, that we won’t all be half asleep forever, waiting for spring.


Why is your featured book a cure for the winter blues?


A good book can be a light in the lingering darkness. Each book in my Stranger Creatures series features a different couple in their fight for a happily ever after. Coyote’s Vow is Trevor and Kylie’s story. The tension between Trevor and Kylie is a summer storm, gathering heat and threatening to explode. Trevor doesn’t trust anybody with psy abilities, especially not the beautiful psy who could destroy him. Kylie thinks Trevor is an arrogant jerk. When the two must work together despite their differences, they find themselves in one dangerous situation after another. Will they let the bond between them grow or will they fight it to the very end? Get swept up in the wild world of shape shifters and psy, and leave the chill of March behind.


Giveaway –


One lucky reader will win a $35 Amazon gift card



Open internationally.


Runs March 1 – 31, 2024


Drawing will be held on April 1, 2024. 


Author Biography:


Before I had the wild idea to write a book, I worked in a few different fields. I was in sales for a while, and after I finished college, I worked as a case manager. When my children were little, I was a personal trainer and running coach. During the evenings, when I was supposed to be studying for another fitness training certification, I started writing a story. Finally, I gave in and acknowledged that writing is what I’m meant to do. I love creating imperfect but determined characters who find the courage to love and the strength to survive in a world where there are no guarantees. My stories include a fair amount of sarcasm, suspense, spice, and violence. When I’m not writing, I enjoy spending time outside and finding ways to avoid cooking. I live in beautiful Virginia with my husband, two teenagers, a sweet, hairy monster of a dog, and two devious cats. 


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Lisa J Lickel
Lisa J Lickel
Mar 22



Mar 21

I read a lot of holiday romances!


N. N. Light
N. N. Light
Mar 13

Thank you, Christina, for sharing your book in our Shake Off Winter Doldrums!

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