Monday, November 19, 2012

Release Day: The Wolfe Pack

The Wolfe Pack
by Louisa Bacio

Finally, it’s here – the release day for The Vampire, The Witch & The Werewolf: The Wolfe Pack. This story has haunted my writing for so long, it’s good to finally have it come out.

Here’s a look:

The Vampire, The Witch & The Werewolf 4: The Wolfe Pack

Silver Ashe can’t let go of the desire to find her birth father and the urge to join a pack. Against the wishes of her brother, Trevor, and her vampire-lover, Nick, Silver leaves New Orleans for the woods of Louisiana.
As the guard and a dominant member of the Wolfe Pack, Viktor isn’t too sure of the city-dwelling stranger who comes trespassing. With the lack of female werewolves, Viktor soon sees Silver as a potential mate. Too bad she’s already spoken for by a bloodsucker.
             Trapped between worlds, Silver’s faced with choosing between the lover she’s known most of her life, and the budding relationship with Viktor, where her future may lay. It’ll take some sweet talking and a whole lot of loving for Silver to find her place within the pack.

Available now via Ravenous Romance, Amazon, Barnes&Noble and other eRetailers. 

As the tradition, to celebrate the release of The Wolfe Pack, I’m giving away an awesome New Orleans themed prize!

Hurricane Gift Basket
By Pat O’Briens

2 hurricane glasses and a drink mix, directly from the world famous Pat O’Briens in New Orleans. Shipping to the U.S. Value is worth $14.50 + the cost of shipping. I reserve the right to substitute the prize in case product is not available. If the winner is international, they can choose a $15 gift card to either Amazon or Barnes & Noble. 

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Hopefully, you will fall in love with Nick and Viktor as much as I did.


Louisa Bacio


  1. This sounds like a wonderful read...choosing between men when all you're looking for is a place to belong!

  2. Thanks so much for stopping by! I appreciate it!

  3. Louisa,

    Your a new author for me to read. What caught my eye is the cover and that this story is New Orleans related. I'm what you call a seasonal local to New Orleans.
    My brother lives in the quarter and I go twice a year. Sometimes three times. And yes the best place for a Hurrican is at Pat O'Briens.

    Can't wait to read the book! Thank you for the contest.

    Teresa K.

  4. Teresa -- The first few books and the prequel are all based in New Orleans. Book 4 actually goes to the woods in Louisiana. A little deviation. Thanks for coming by.