Guest Post – “To Mate a Werewolf” by Kryssie Fortune

Guest Post – “To Mate a Werewolf” by Kryssie Fortune

I’m turning over the blog to a fellow author for a little bit – please say hello to Kryssie Fortune, author of “To Mate a Werewolf”…



The heroine in my latest novel spent two years as a cook in the Lykae army. To celebrate the release of TO MATE A WEREWOLF she’s given me a collection of her favorite recipes to share on my friends blogs.

Excerpt from To Mate a Werewolf

Today Ellie’s given me a recipe for  this fruit filled gateau that oozes with fresh cream. Sheplans to sell these in her cake shop.

Cake with Cream and Fresh Fruit


Cake ingredients:

225g Stork Tub (Or Stork Packet)

225g self-raising flour

2 teaspoons baking powder

Filling and topping ingredients:

85g flaked almonds

400ml double light Elmlea

250g seasonal fruit (e.g. grapes, mandarins, peaches, strawberries and blueberries)

Sweets and candles to decorate


Baking tin and equipment:

2 round 22cm cake tins (greased and floured and base lined with baking paper); piping bag with star nozzle


1 Preheat the oven 180°C, 160°C fan oven, Gas mark 4.


2 Place cake ingredients in a mixing bowl and beat together until smooth. 

3 Spoon the batter into the prepared cake tins and bake the cakes in the preheated oven for 35-45 minutes until cooked and golden brown. Leave the baked cakes in the tins for 5 minutes before tipping them out on a wire rack. Allow to cool.

4 Toast the almonds in a dry frying pan over medium heat, stirring well until golden brown. Cool on a plate. Whip the cream with the sugar until stiff. Clean the fruit and chop or slice, if necessary.

5 Cover a cake with 1/3 of the cream and half of the fruit.


6 Place the other cake on top and press down a little.

7 Brush the sides of the cake with a thin layer of whipped cream.


8 Take the cake between two hands and roll in the toasted almonds.


9 Spread the top of the cake with a thin layer of whipped cream. Spoon the rest of the whipped cream into the piping bag and pipe swirls of whipped cream along the edge of the cake.

10 Decorate with the rest of the fruit and sweets.


To Mate a Werewolf



The scars on Ellie Padget’s cheek are a constant reminder of the times she tried to escape from sexual slavery. Two years ago, Joel—alpha in waiting of the Tundra-Tough pack—led the rescue party that freed her. She’s loved him ever since.

Their relationship finally explodes into steaming sex, but he offers to pay her off. She walks away with her head high and her heart shattered. When she learns of a plot to destroy Joel and his pack, her only option is return to his side and warn him.

Joel has to fight to retain the pack that should be his by right, and no one can leave until the pack has a new alpha. He’s horrified when Ellie turns up on the night he’s to meet the woman he’s agreed to marry but never met. She’s stuck there until he claims his birthright. Finally, he realizes Ellie’s his true mate. Now he has to choose between his arranged marriage, and the one woman he truly loves. Will he choose with his head or his heart?

To Mate a Werewolf is a stand alone story within the Scattered Siblings series.


Buy Link

Amazon US

Amazon UK


Social Media


Twitter @KryssieFortune

Thanks to Facebook book group for letting me raid their site for recipes.


#recipe  #cheesecake #Lykae  #am reading  #kindle

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