Worth the Wait by Fiona McGier #paranormalromance

Why did I write Worth the Wait?

For the same reason I have so many series’ to my name. I never set out to write a series. I only want to tell a good story of an exciting romance–with naughty bits. Then I get so darned fond of the supporting characters, that I decide that they need to have their HEA also. In this book I tell the story of four romances, so my editor calls it a saga.

When a Wolf Howls came out in February, with two romances–one WW/HM romance, and one BM/BM romance. In my newest book, Worth the Wait, that came out on September 4, the original two romances continue, and there are two new ones–both are BW/WM. I prefer interracial romances.

You don’t have to have read the first book in order to enjoy the second book.  But you might want to read it afterward, to learn how the existing two romances began. In my world, werewolves exist because some people are born with a second being living in their bodies. It takes until adolescence before the second being, the wolf, is strong enough to start talking in the mind of the person whose body it shares.  When the wolf is finally strong enough, it forces the first change on the person–who will now have to learn how to cooperate with their wolf–so that both will be satisfied with how often they get to control the body genetics has forced them to share.

The Northwest Maine Pack is settling down since Diego, the new pack leader, is almost done healing after challenges to his leadership. His wife, Saoirse, presents him with a welcome surprise. John, son of the late pack leader, has headed out to Boston, to live with Freddie, Saoirse’s bestie, whom he met at her wedding to Diego. This leaves a gap in pack security, so Diego asks if anyone from the family of Canadian hunters is willing to fill in for him.

Grant volunteers.  He’s been haunted by the memory of the black she-wolf he saw on the pack grounds. His wolf tells him she is their mate, but he doesn’t even know what she looks like as a human.

Nathan has been without any real love in his life, since his family disowned him years ago, for telling them of his secret duality. But when his wolf senses an unfamiliar she-wolf, and they mate, the next morning, the woman has no memory of anything they did the night before.

Everyone has been waiting a long time for what they want the most. But the path to true love is rarely an easy one. Especially when you are a werewolf.

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About the Author

I sub in high schools during the school year.  Otherwise I’m writing and blogging about my books–and reading.  Not only do I write erotic romance, I love to read it too.

I often read while camping with my long-time HEA.  Our four adult kids sometimes join us. Shinrin-yoku is forest bathing in Japanese, and as long as there’s no snow on the ground, that’s where I’ll be and what I’ll be doing–as often as possible.

I also enjoy sewing–mostly masks these days– crocheting afghans to keep my loved ones warm, and baking–cookies, muffins, and especially pies. I’m known for my never-fail pie crust, so I put the recipe on my website under the pies tab, along with some of my family’s favorites, that I featured in one of my books that had a heroine who baked lots of pies.

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1 thought on “Worth the Wait by Fiona McGier #paranormalromance

  1. fionamcgier – I've always had stories in my head. I used to think everyone did. When my 4 kids were young they learned that when mom's eyes were unfocused, she's not really "here". Instead I was "listening" to the characters telling me about their lives. Writing my first book back in 2008 was eye-opening. Those characters stopped yelling in my ear! But new ones started. It's a noisy place in my head, but I like it that way. BTW, the picture shows me wearing Toronzo Cannon's hat. He's a blues-guitar-shredder, who tossed it into the audience at 2019's Chicago Blues-fest. Did he throw it at me, close to the front of the audience, because he'd met me the year before at the Blues on the Fox show out in Aurora, and signed my CD? He has a song called "Fine, Seasoned Woman," and he told me that's what I am! Woot!
    fionamcgier on said:

    Jessica, thanks for letting me be a guest-blogger on your site! I have a scientific mind, so when I write paranormals, I have to come up with a logical way for them to exist. My shifters find out they’re “different” when the wolf starts talking in their minds–and certainly, when it forces the first change. Being pack animals, they prefer to live in groups–for safety, as well as for acceptance of who they are. And just like in real life, some are good people and wolves–some aren’t.

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