Reviews for Wolf Run
“Santa’s Helpers: Wolf Run is a quick sensuous Christmas read. Enjoyable and very easy to read twice!”
Beverly, Sizzling Hot Books
Read an excerpt from Wolf Run
About B.J. McCall
BJ McCall lives in sunny California, just steps away from the Pacific Ocean. She loves writing, walking and hanging out at the shore.
She is multi-published and writes in the paranormal, sci-fi, futuristic and contemporary genres. She loves hearing from readers and invites them to contact her through her website, bjmccall.com.
Also by B.J. McCall:
Demon Seduction, Changeling Press
Trick or Treat: Demon Treat, Changeling Press
Kela’s Guardian, Ellora’s Cave
Pleasure Pact, Elloras Cave
Eternity Factor, Changeling Press
Night Sins, Changeling Press
Dragonfire 4: Covenant, Changeling Press
Dragonfire 3: Covert, Changeling Press
Dragonfire 2: Chosen, Changeling Press
Dragonfire 1: Captured, Changeling Press
Moonstruck, Changeling Press
Moonlust, Changeling Press
Hellhound Detective Agency: Relentless, Changeling Press
Mirror Mirror: Nightwing, Changeling Press
Claiming Moon, Changeling Press
Mating Moon, Changeling Press
Bad Medicine: Wishing Moon, Changeling Press
Nightflyer, Changeling Press
Bedtime Stories: Kiss of Fire, Changeling Press
Embrace Forever, Ellora’s Cave
Warrior of the Light, Ellora’s Cave
Mark of the Moon, Changeling
Lunar Eclipse, Changeling
Heartfire, Changeling Press
Hunting Evil, Changeling Press
Sinful Urges, Changeling Press
Fire Angel, eRedsage
Knight’s Emerald, Elloras Cave
Snowbound: Snow Angel, Changeling Press
Escape: Sex in the Sand, Changeling Press
FUTURISTIC / SCI-FI
Scarlet Tear, Ellora’s Cave
Wildlander, Cobblestone Press
Icy Hot, Ellora's Cave
Deep Heat, Ellora Cave
Cosmic Cops: Collection, Changeling Press
Snowfire: Experiment, Changeling Press
Spaceport: Scavenger, Changeling Press
Spaceport: Beguiled, Changeling Press
Heat Stroke: Summer Passion, Changeling Press
Something Blue, Cobblestone Press
Slumber Party Inc. Ellora's Cave
Short, Tight and Sexy Ellora's Cave
Scarlet Tear, Pirate’s Prize, Ellora’s Cave (print)
Lunar Eclipse Collection, Changeling Press
Night Sighs, Ellora’s Cave (print)
With Sword and Salt, Flavors of Ecstasy II, Ellora’s Cave
Knight's Emerald, Erotic Emerald, Ellora's Cave
Earthly Pleasure, Jewels of the Nile I, Ellora's Cave
Silk, Seasons of Seduction IV, Ellora's Cave
Genesis, Dreams of the Oasis II Ellora's Cave
Breaking the Rules, Legendary Tails I, Ellora's Cave
Embrace Forever, Things That Go Bump In The Night V, Ellora's Cave
Alias Smith and Jones, Secrets, Volume 5, Red Sage
Love Undercover Secrets, Volume 3, Red Sage
Aktarian Chronicles, Ellora's Cave (print)
Sex in the Sand, Escape Anthology, Changeling Press
Wolf Style, Firestorm, Changeling Press (All proceeds to charity)
Sweet Haunting, Aftershock, Changeling Press (All proceeds to charity)
Red Velvet: Merry Mate, Changeling Press
Santa’s Helpers: Wolf Run, Changeling Press
White Hot Christmas: Holiday Moon, Changeling Press
Holiday Rush, Ellora’s Cave
Sugarplums: Canine Christmas, Changeling Press
Holiday Howlz: Canine Call, Changeling Press
Gingersnaps: Canine Cop, Changeling Press
Christmas Cookies, Santa Six, Changeling Press
An Interview with B.J. McCall
By Holly Hewson for The Romance Studio
HH: BJ, thank you so much for talking with us at TRS BLUE. Your featured book is Santa’s Helpers: Wolf Run. What can you tell us about this sexy holiday story?
BJ: The book begins with a bearded man wearing a Santa Hat pulling into the pack ranger office. His red pick up truck is loaded with presents for the orphans at the Iverson School in Ridgetop. He asks Cade, a pack ranger, for permission to drive through pack land because the main road to Ridgetop is closed due to a recent storm. The back road to the summit is also closed, but Cade has an idea.
Cade knows how to get the presents to Ridgetop and he has an extra incentive to help the man in the Santa hat. Last week he’d changed a tire for Stella Summers, the office manager of Iverson School. Stella may be human, but she’s unforgettable.
Acting as Santa’s Helpers, Cade and his friend, Oliver, make a Wolf Run. They load the toys onto rescue sleds and pull them behind their snowmobiles and deliver them on Christmas Eve.
Iverson School employees, Stella and Charlotte are waiting for the gifts to arrive. The sisters have agreed to house the werewolves in their homes overnight. Stella and Charlotte are about to have the most memorable Christmas of their lives.
HH: What will readers like about Hekka and why will they empathize with her?
BJ: Sisters and best friends, Stella and Charlotte support and look out for one another. Neither one expected to fall for a werewolf, but the sisters follow their hearts.
HH: What do you like best about Cade and Oliver and why will readers love them?
BJ: Cade and Oliver are best friends. Employed by their wolf pack, Cade is a ranger and Oliver is a fireman. Both are also part of an emergency rescue unit, answering calls for help when people are lost or injured in the mountains. Cade and Oliver are brave, dependable guys. The kind of guys you would want to respond to your emergency.
HH: What did you enjoy most about writing this story?
BJ: The best part of writing this book was the love story that develops between Stella and Cade. She’s never been with a werewolf, but Stella discovers she likes fur. There’s nothing that warms the heart more than a tough guy with a sensitive side.
HH: What do you think will most appeal to readers about this story this holiday season?
BJ: I like to incorporate the spirit of the holiday into my Christmas stories. My hunky werewolves act as Santa’s helpers. They give up their holiday to help human children have a wonderful Christmas. Cade and Oliver are great guys and Stella and Charlotte find them as irresistible as Santa.
HH: How do you feel your own personal experiences influence your writing?
BJ: I’ve written over fifty books, mostly paranormal. I want my characters to find the love of their life, as I have. My characters live a more exciting life than I do, but I hope they personify my values.
HH: What else do you have in store for lucky readers?
BJ: My latest Christmas release is Merry Mate, available from Changeling Press. 2014 will bring more stories in my Dragonfire and Moonlust series.
HH: What are you reading at the moment?
BJ: I’m currently enjoying Inferno by Dan Brown.
HH: What do you like best about this time of year?
BJ: Christmas lights. I love strolling around my neighborhood and looking at the lights strung along roofs and fences, colorfully lit trees in the windows and decorations on the lawns.
HH: Where can readers find you online?
BJ: My website is www.bjmccall.com and my Yahoo group in RedHotRomance.
HH: Thank you!