Ty has lived without love. Now he’s ready to protect the purest love of all—his son.
I'm so happy to be here to talk to you about Love Aggression today, on release day!
Cindy Sutherland has given us a wonderful story, full of suspense and wonder and romance. It's a shifter story, a werewolf story, a story about family and the struggle to find romance when you're afraid and on the run. Ty's little son, Jesse, will steal your heart and run with it at times and you'll wonder if you're supposed to be paying more attention to him or to the romance. But that's part of what makes it great, because Ty can't have a romance without acknowledging Jesse, and the central truth that keeping Jesse safe is the most important thing to him right now—even over his own heart.
There's a lot that's gone into this story. It's hard for me, sometimes, as an editor, because I read the early drafts and I remember things that aren't part of the story for the reader anymore. But I've also read the final cover-to-cover three times since the final edit. As an editor, I'm terrified because you always miss things, and I know they're in there, waiting for me to find and chastise myself over.
But for me, getting the input from proofs, hearing about what readers wanted more of, hearing that they liked it, just affirmed for me that I'd made the right choice. I've been told in no uncertain terms that we need a sequel for Woof, and I have to tell you, I hope Cindy is up for that, because I'd love to see it.
Enjoy the story.