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Out There In The Night

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What's the most pleasurable way to be made into a werewolf? By having sex with one ... and surviving.

Something Dr. Connor Jacy is about to find out after spending a long, lust-filled night of wild, animalistic and sensual lovemaking with the mysterious Native American trapper who rescued him from a snowmobile accident site in the Alaskan wilderness. It's only a few days until the full moon and once back at home, Dr. Jacy is sure it was all a dream compounded by his head injury....

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Overview

What's the most pleasurable way to be made into a werewolf? By having sex with one ... and surviving.

Something Dr. Connor Jacy is about to find out after spending a long, lust-filled night of wild, animalistic and sensual lovemaking with the mysterious Native American trapper who rescued him from a snowmobile accident site in the Alaskan wilderness. It's only a few days until the full moon and once back at home, Dr. Jacy is sure it was all a dream compounded by his head injury. Unfortunately for Connor, the powerful spiritwalkers of an ancient Indian tribe have already decided to mate a modern man of medical science with a mythical creature and guardian of the night.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780979311000
  • Publisher: MLR Press
  • Publication date: 3/29/2007
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 236
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.54 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 10, 2007

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    Legend foretold of a wolf's mate that was of twin spirits. Dr. Conner Jacy doesn't know about this legend, but he dreams of a tall, dark, seductively handsome man who is the half that makes him whole. As an Alaskan Peninsula traveling health care physician, Conner thought he was happy. A fellow physician, Greg, has been his lover for five months, but something is missing. Something that Conner just can't stop thinking about. When Greg's selfishness becomes too much to bear, Conner volunteers to go through the Alaskan wilderness on a snowmobile to help a young Eskimo girl deliver a baby. On the way back to base, his snowmobile is attacked by a huge, black wolf and Conner is injured. Waking up in a strange cabin, Conner comes face to face with the man of his dreams and falls instantly in love.***** Adam has been waiting over 100 years for his mate. As the Alpha of a pack of Native American werewolf skinwalkers, Adam had almost given up until Fate decided differently now he is at peace. Carrying an injured Conner into his cabin, Adam sets out to heal his mate. He cleans him, bandages his cuts and bruises, and then shares his body warmth with him. Adam knows that Conner is his destiny. Now, all he has to do is convince Conner of it. In order for the mating to be complete, Conner and Adam must mark each other three times. Plus, there is the added consequence of mating a werewolf...***** I had not read any previous teasers or summaries about Out There in the Night, so I began reading it without any hint of plot or content. For that, I am grateful because this story held me riveted from the moment I began to read. I am usually not a big fan of m/m or f/ f books. However, Out There in the Night kept me enthralled until I read the last word. I could only wish for a mate who cared for me as much as Adam cared for Conner. As for Conner, he has to be the luckiest guy I have ever read about. Not only did he get an Alpha as a mate, but he is actually the one in control of the relationship because his mate lives to please him. All in all, a dream come true!***** Out There in the Night may be the first Laura Baumbach book I have read, but it won't be the last. I hope to read more from her soon! And for anyone wanting a great love story, this book is that and more. Congratulations Ms. Baumbach on a truly, mind-opening, wonderful read!*****Reviewed by Talia Ricci for Joyfully Reviewed

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  • Posted April 12, 2013

    Hilariously awful!

    Are you a bad movie fan? If so, this book is for you! It's an extremely generic shifter novel with your generic Noble Savage Indian hero tacked on beside it. Despite being a gay romance it is very heteoronormative, the tiny delicate looking guy is the bottom and the big burly Noble Savage is the top--basically indistinguishable from the most formulaic of bodice-rippers. If you're looking for something GOOD, don't read this, but if you're looking for something so terrible it's hilarious, give this a try! I think I laughed the whole way through!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 16, 2006

    Deliciously Hot & Erotic with a marvelous twist to werewolf mythology

    Compelling characters, facinating setting in Alaska and a blending of Native American skin walker traditions with werewolves mythology to give them substance and purpose (brilliant). Did I mention HOT Erotica? A fast and very enjoyable read. My only complaint - More, I wanted more.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 20, 2012

    Hot and Romantic

    This book is not only chocked full of hot werewolf sex, but also happy everafter romance. This is one to read again and again.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 17, 2012

    Good read

    It pulled me in and kept me on edge the whole time i just wish tnere were more!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 21, 2012

    I really liked what I read. I loved reading about Adam finally f

    I really liked what I read. I loved reading about Adam finally finding his true love, and Im just glad he and Greg are done.

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    Posted April 18, 2006

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    What's the most pleasurable way to be made into a werewolf? By having sex with one ... and surviving. Something Dr. Connor Jacy is about to find out after spending a long, lust-filled night of wild, animalistic and sensual lovemaking with the mysterious Native American trapper who rescued him from a snowmobile accident site in the Alaskan wilderness. It's only a few days until the full moon and once back at home, Dr. Jacy is sure it was all a dream compounded by his head injury. Unfortunately for Connor, the powerful spiritwalkers of an ancient Indian tribe have already decided to mate a modern man of medical science with a mythical creature and guardian of the night.

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