Jason's Salvation - Melissa Schroeder

Jason’s Salvation

As many of you know, I also write exclusively for Siren Publishing under the name Kiera West. The only series I have there right now is The Great Wolves of Passion, Alaska, and book 6 is due out November 5th. This is a serialized book. You MUST read the others to know what is going on.

It will be awhile before it hits distribution. But, it is up on preorder on Bookstrand. If you have a Kindle you can send it right to it and with other devices you can side load it.

Jason’s Salvation (book 6 of The Great Wolves of Passion, Alaska)

Previous Books:

Seducing their Mate

The Alpha’s Fall

Convincing Ethan

Shane’s Need

Rand’s Craving

Jason has always been the quiet Dillon, and has grown more so after recent events. In one of the attacks, he was knocked unconscious, and now he is having memory lapses. He wakes up in odd places with no memory of how he got there.

Eve knows that something is bothering Jason. The once kind and gentle man has grown more distant. Worse, he refuses to stay with her overnight. She had grown used to his dry sense of humor and even come to appreciate. It is one of the things that helped her fall so completely in love with him.

With danger closing in on them, she pushes things a little too far, and the result could change the pack forever.


NOTE! You are purchasing Siren’s newest serialized imprint, the LoveXtreme Forever Series. This is the sixth book in the Great Wolves of Passion, Alaska collection. These books are not stand alone and must be read in the numbered order. Each book may end on a cliffhanger but usually with a happy-for-now for the heroine and one or more men. The final book contains a happily forever after for the heroine and all her men.




Categories: Great Wolves Books Upcoming

2 Comments on “Jason’s Salvation

  1. This series is great. However, with all the work you’re currently doing as Melissa I was wondering when we might get the next book for Great Wolves?

    1. I have no control over this issue and that is all I can say about it. Since everything I am putting out is self published, that I have control over. And this is one reason I rarely even contemplate working with publishers now.

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