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Friday, January 23, 2009

Friday Spotlight: Jessica Coulter Smith

Moonlight Protector, the first book in the Ashton Grove Werewolves series written by Jessica Coulter Smith, is now available for sale. Released by a new e-publisher, Wild Horse Press, you can find this title in both e-book and paperback formats. E-books are sold through the Wild Horse Press website as well as Amazon Kindle. The paperbacks can be found at and websites.

Cole Andrews, biologist by trade and werewolf by blood, is tired of being alone. He and his two brothers live in the large Victorian home that had belonged to their parents. He’s always wanted to find his mate and start a family. Now that he’s in his thirties, he’s starting to give up hope. He’s already seen all of the women available in his small town of Ashton Grove and so far none of them are “the one.”

Marin Thomas is fleeing for her life. After being abducted and held hostage, she is determined to escape the maniac once and for all. Stealing his car, she travels as far and as fast as she can – until a car accident lands her in some woods near Ashton Grove, Georgia. Fighting for her very life, she finds herself begging a wolf for help.

Is Marin the mate that Cole has been waiting for? Or will she end up with one of his brothers? One sniff tells him that she belongs to his pack. The only question that remains is who will win her heart? And will it be enough? Marin is a loose end that her captor cannot afford – what will happen if he finds her in Ashton Grove?

This story has received a 5 heart rating from Satin and Lace Reviews ( and a 5 star rating on Amazon Kindle. It was also submitted recently to The Book Binge and Bitten by Books for review.

The sequel, Moonlight Hero, is a work in progress and should be ready for release by April 2009.

If you enjoy Jessica Coulter Smith’s writing, you should check out her first book, Whispering Lake, which was released in August 2008 by Hearts on Fire Books.
Visit Jessica’s website at for excerpts, free e-books, and more!

You can also email her at or check out her blog at

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