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Ethan's Wolves (Spell of the Shifters, Book 2)

Ethan's Wolves (Spell of the Shifters, Book 2)

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by Trinity Lee
     
 
Journalist Ethan is enjoying his new job in Paris - and he's especially enjoying his relationship with sexy deputy editor Guillaume. But there's only one problem: Guillaume is a shifter. And when he invites Ethan to hang out with his pack for the evening, both of them are unaware of the dangers. Warning: This 8000-word erotic romance story contains graphic

Overview

Journalist Ethan is enjoying his new job in Paris - and he's especially enjoying his relationship with sexy deputy editor Guillaume. But there's only one problem: Guillaume is a shifter. And when he invites Ethan to hang out with his pack for the evening, both of them are unaware of the dangers. Warning: This 8000-word erotic romance story contains graphic sexual content

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940045060943
Publisher:
Trinity Lee
Publication date:
10/27/2012
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
151 KB

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Meet the Author

Former nightclub hostess Trinity Lee started writing erotica after she developed an addiction to reading it. She's got a thing for alien sex, but most of all she likes reading and writing stories about hot guys in bands, tattoo parlours, on surf beaches and anywhere else they can get down and dirty together.She is now on a mission to bring pleasure to as many people as possible with her scorching hot selection of sensual short stories.

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Ethan's Wolves (Spell of the Shifters, Book 2) 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a really good short story. Moves very fast but still the characters were fairly well developed. This is book 1 of 5. I write this because I'd like people to know what to expect. The five books would have flowed a lot better if they had been one book only. Author seems to forget some details that have been written in other books. In two books the length of the books were shown to 250+ pages, as you read, for example, it will go from pg 13 to 20, etc, therefore making the books extremely shorter than you think you're paying for. Again I loved the books, would have been better as one, but feel cheated by the staed length of the stories for what I paid. Will write same review on all these books.