Loxahatchee, FL — Publisher L & L Dreamspell announced today the release of their paranormal romance, The Amazing Wolf Boy by Roxanne Smolen (ISBN 978-1-60318-413-7, Trade Paper, 318 pages, $16.95.) Since then, this small town has been overrun with werewolf sightings. “It’s huge,” one reader exclaimed. “Grabs onto you and won’t let go.”
According to fans, Cody Forester is a nerdy teenager originally from Massachusetts. When he turned into a werewolf during Christmas Eve supper, his parents shipped him off to Loxahatchee, Florida, to live with his uncle. He has since been involved in several altercations and labeled a troublemaker. “I wasn’t trying to be obnoxious or anything,” Forester laments. It was during one of these altercations that his burgeoning superpowers emerged.
Cody Forester is often seen in the company of Brittany Meyer, also an outcast. The teenagers are rumored to be attempting to cure Forester using crystals, candles, and magic potions. “Young love can be sweet, tragic, or comical,” says author Roxanne Smolen. “In this case, it’s all three.”
Smolen, who already penned eight novels before she met Forester, lives in South Florida not far from Loxahatchee where the book takes place. “I’m excited to see what these two will do next,” she says. “You know. For the sequel.”
Smolen may not get that chance. Forester’s presence has been a magnet for other werewolves, more cinematically correct werewolves, and has placed the couple in dire peril. Therefore, it is recommended that you pick up your copy of The Amazing Wolf Boy sooner rather than later.
The Amazing Wolf Boy is available worldwide in print or ebook. An excerpt can be found at the author’s website, www.roxannesmolen.com.