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Educating the Platypus
     

Educating the Platypus

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by Charlie Richards
 

Enjoying a last hoo-rah before another tough year of college begins, Kai Sudderson and his friends vacation in Kansas. He takes advantage of the secluded pond system behind his rented cabin to go swimming…in his platypus form. Living with his aunt and uncle, Kai had never met anyone else with the ability to turn into an animal. That is, until he gets himself

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Enjoying a last hoo-rah before another tough year of college begins, Kai Sudderson and his friends vacation in Kansas. He takes advantage of the secluded pond system behind his rented cabin to go swimming…in his platypus form. Living with his aunt and uncle, Kai had never met anyone else with the ability to turn into an animal. That is, until he gets himself snared in a beaver trap and a penguin shifter rescues him. Unable to pass up the opportunity for not only knowledge but medical treatment, Kai accompanies his new friend home. There, he meets Dorian Yaris, who—despite being so much older and having such a serious disposition—calls to Kai like no other. When Dorian explains about mates, will Kai consider the bonding thing with someone so obviously different or will he deny everything and return to his former life?

Product Details

BN ID:
2940045860789
Publisher:
eXtasy Books Inc
Publication date:
04/28/2014
Series:
Kontra's Menagerie , #17
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
333,202
File size:
249 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

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Educating the Platypus 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have read almost this whole series and I am giving all the last few the same review, they are good, but too short. They all have a good premise behind the story, I love shifter/mate stories, but it seems as if the author has become much more interested in churning out a large number of books as opposed to a high quality book of any sort of length.