Tempted by the Wolf by Lola Glass EPUB & PDF – eBook Details
- Author: Lola Glass
- Language: English
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“THANK YOU SO MUCH,” Penny, the waitress I was covering for, said
as I stepped into the restaurant through the back door. She was holding a
plastic grocery bag in one hand in case she vomited, and her other hand was
around her bloated stomach. Still in her first trimester of pregnancy, she was
puking like a fiend.
“Any time. And hey, you’re going to pay in baby snuggles when your little
dude gets here.” I winked at her, grabbing my apron. “Go home and rest.
Hydrate. All that good stuff.” I waved her toward the door.
The gratitude in her eyes was more than enough of a thank you. I might not
have needed the money I earned from waitressing, but I sure as hell needed
the friendships. And considering that most of the shifts I worked were picked
up to help someone else, I needed the positive juju, too.
Penny slipped out of the restaurant, and I grimaced as I heard her puking
before the door shut.
A uniquely beautiful misery.
Something I’d probably never experience, given that I had yet to convince a
guy to see me as anything more than his book-obsessed friend with a vagina.
Even that wasn’t common—I definitely didn’t have many guy friends. And
I’d been attempting to find a werewolf mate for years, but that hadn’t
Not for lack of trying, though.
My phone was buzzing in my pocket as I looked over the list of scribbled
orders and table numbers that Penny had left for me.
They were not great notes.
I’d have to check to see which food orders had already been submitted, and
have to go back and re-take orders for whichever shitty ones she’d left.
My phone continued buzzing.
“Phones away,” Zed growled at me from across the kitchen. Somehow, the
bastard always managed to catch me with that one.
“It’s Dax,” I protested, pulling the phone out and glancing down at the
screen. He was wondering where I was—shocker. I’d told him to meet me
there, but one of my online besties had just lost someone close to her, and
needed to rant about books for a few minutes to get her mind off life. So, I
I ran a huge book review blog and social media pages, so my online besties
were some of the most influential people in the reader-world. They were my
friends, too, but online friendship was too weird for me to really rely on
But I was there for them when they needed me. So yeah, I was late.
Dax had gathered a handful of unmated werewolf dudes for me to meet, but
honestly, I was feeling pretty down about the whole thing. He’d helped me
meet more than fifty single werewolves already, and none of them had so
much as growled at me.
It would only take a minute to walk up to his table, look into each of their
eyes, and realize that none of them were my mate.
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