The fact that you could be dancing with somone who changes into a wolf and not even know it is what lots of paranormals are all about, when you get right down to it. In fact, I have have my hero and heroine out on the dancefloor, albeit briefly in The Wolf's Heart.
While Lainey figures out pretty quick that Marcus is hotter than a 2-dollar pistol, she doesn't know he changes into a wolf for a long time. He's adept at hiding his true nature behind his good ole' boy Southern charm, and it doesn't hurt that they've known one another since they were kids either.
I wrote Wolf's Heart's heroine with this thought in mind: What would you do if you found out the man who lay beside you at night, made you laugh, sigh, and yes, danced you off your feet, went furry every month? When she does find out are somewhat loud with threats of violence to certain parts of Marcus' anatomy. LOL.
The best part of any story of course, is the journey from point A to point B, at least to me, getting there is half the fun. Marcus wants her, but thinks they're too different. His wolf has a different point of view..in his mind or in The Wolf's Heart, there's never been anyone but her. He'll allow his other half to make mistake after mistake, knowing this one fact: to err is human, to forgive canine.
Have a great Wednesday!