Detective Doggedly, a pair of cows, and a sheep who looks very familiar are all nearby each time three pigs get in trouble, but the big bad wolf is conspicuously absent.
Missy Roper's fantasies have revolved around Graham Winters since the moment they met. But the imposing leader of the Silverback werewolf clan always seemed oblivious to Missy's existence. At least he was, until Missy collides with him at a party and then abruptly runs away—arousing Graham's interest...and wild desires. Lupine law decrees that every Alpha must have a mate, and all Graham's instincts tell him that the sensual, beguiling Missy is his. Trouble is, Missy is human—every delectable inch of her. Convincing his clan that she's his destined mate, and keeping her safe from his enemies, will be the biggest challenge Graham has ever faced. And now that he is determined to have her—as his lover and as his mate—Missy's world is changing in ways she never imagined...
Do you know the story about Little Red Riding Hood? The Big Bad Wolf wanted to eat the food in her basket! Poor Grandma had to hide from him. The wolf tried to trick Little Red Riding Hood. Someone brave came to help her. Who was it?
Big Bad Wolf realises that if he changes into a Big Good Wolf, his lonely days will be over. But it isn't an easy life suddenly being the good guy, and Big Bad Wold decides to go back to the old, nasty ways he knows best. He's stamping through the woods in a very bad temper, when he hears a small, sad voice peeping 'QUACK!'. It's decision time for Wolf...
Why Is It That I’m Not Willing to Settle for a Sheep Like the Rest of My Friends? Sheep sex aside, what’s wrong with a man who puts family first, who maintains a steady job, has college funds set up for his kids and builds that nest egg for his retirement? Member of the herd, never straying. Solid, dependable Sheep Guy. Why can’t I love Sheep Guy? For me, it’s all those wolves. They distract me from the sheep. Wolf Guy. Always on the prowl. Totally alpha. Not interested in being domesticated. So what is it about these men that makes my heart speed up in a way no sheep ever has or ever will? Tanzy Harrington is the Bay Area’s most-read romance columnist and self-proclaimed love-’em-and-leave-’em artist--and she’s not quite ready to tie herself down to one man. That is, until Riley Parrish lands on the scene. When Tanzy agrees to house-sit for her eccentric great-aunt, she finds herself sharing close quarters with Riley. At first he seems a bit too much like the “sheep” Tanzy derides in her column--too polite, the classic boring good provider. But when she catches a glimpse of the “wolf” lurking in his eyes, the ultimate alpha female is about to take a fall.
The Big Bad Wolf is hungry, but he just can't get near the three Little Pigs. One night he has a wicked planto build his very own robot pig and trick the Pigs into walking right into his house, just in time for lunch!
Agent Cooper Dayton gets paired with his enemy, werewolf Oliver Park in Charlie Adhara’s Big Bad Wolf series. WOLF AT THE DOOR Hunting for big bad wolves was never part of Agent Cooper Dayton’s plan, but a werewolf attack lands him in the carefully guarded Bureau of Special Investigations. A new case comes with a new partner: ruggedly sexy werewolf Oliver Park. As they investigate a series of mysterious deaths, every bone in Cooper’s body is suspicious of his new partner—even when Park proves himself as competent as he is utterly captivating. When more people vanish, pressure to solve the case skyrockets, and Cooper’s friction with Park soon erupts…into a physical need that can’t be contained or controlled. But with a body count that’s rising by the day, werewolves and humans are in equal danger. If Cooper and Park don’t catch the killer soon, one—or both—of them could be the next to go. THE WOLF AT BAY Going home digs up bad memories, so it’s something Bureau of Special Investigations agent Cooper Dayton tries to avoid. When he’s guilted into a visit, Cooper brings along Oliver Park, his hot new werewolf partner, in the hopes the trip will help clarify their status as a couple…or not. When Park’s keen shifter nose uncovers a body in the yard and Cooper’s father is the prime suspect, they need to go rogue and solve the mystery quietly, or risk seeing Cooper’s dad put behind bars. The case may be cold, but Park and Cooper’s relationship heats up as they work. Cooper knows one thing for sure: he’s not ready to say goodbye, though with the real killer inching ever closer…he may not have a choice. THROWN TO THE WOLVES When Agent Cooper Dayton agreed to attend the funeral for Oliver Park’s grandfather, he didn’t know what he was getting into. Turns out, the deceased was the alpha of the most powerful werewolf pack on the eastern seaboard. And his death is highly suspicious. Regardless, Cooper is determined to love and support Park the way Park has been there for him. But Park left him woefully unprepared for the wolf pack politics and etiquette. There are plenty of pack members eager to open up about Park and why Cooper is wrong for him. Their stories make Cooper wonder if he’s holding Park back. But there’s no time to get into it…as lethal tranquilizer darts start to fly, Cooper needs to solve the mystery of the alpha’s death and fight for the man he loves—all before someone else dies.
Three little pigs are encouraged by their mummy to leave home. They soon find out they have to learn some strategies to survive. A big bad wolf threatens their independence. The oldest brother thinks of an idea to keep the wolf away for good. He wants the big bad wolf to know they will not be threatened nor intimidated by him. The big brother doesn't want to kill him. He just wants to teach "that wolf" a lesson.
A suspenseful story that enables children to face their fears shows that the wolf is not so bad after all and is instead a lovable daddy who showers his pups with hugs and kisses.
When Bernard, the Big Bad Wolf, joins Louis and his grandfather on their annual trip to the beach, getting there is half the fun.
An original take on the Red Riding Hood story. Lucy Jones is walking through the forest wearing her red anorak, when a wolf leaps out and tells her: "I am your destiny and you are my dinner". Lucy assures him that she is not Red Riding Hood, but the wolf doesn't believe her. He follows her all the way to London, where her granny and granddad live in a tower block. The wolf decides to stay and pretend to be a dog and causes chaos on the estate in his desire to make sure everyone he meets 'lives happily ever after'. A hilarious modern day fairy tale from the author of Vlad the Drac.