Shifting Sands

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Witches, shifters and ancient curses, such is life on the Shifting Sands.

A woman's wrath is bad, but a witch's wrath is hell on earth. No one knows this better than the six men of Shifting Sands Ranch. When the owner's Chinese witch of a wife abandons him and the ranch, she takes one of the cowboys and leaves behind a curse that dooms the remaining inhabitants to a life that is anything but normal. Now, every month when the moon comes full, each man takes on the form of an ...

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Overview

Witches, shifters and ancient curses, such is life on the Shifting Sands.

A woman's wrath is bad, but a witch's wrath is hell on earth. No one knows this better than the six men of Shifting Sands Ranch. When the owner's Chinese witch of a wife abandons him and the ranch, she takes one of the cowboys and leaves behind a curse that dooms the remaining inhabitants to a life that is anything but normal. Now, every month when the moon comes full, each man takes on the form of an animal. Witches, shifters and ancient curses, such is life on the Shifting Sands.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781608200245
  • Publisher: MLR Press
  • Publication date: 9/29/2010
  • Pages: 352
  • Sales rank: 1,281,418
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.79 (d)

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  • Posted November 7, 2010

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    Since the overview on this book isn't that informative I thought I would give a bit more detailed synopsis: Don't worry this hot M/M things going on in each story!

    Daniel Long owner of the Shifting Sands married a spit fire Chinese wife: Yi. After a heated argument Yi curses the 7 men on the Shifting Sands. Once she leaves with one of the 7 men strange things begin to happen.

    Snake Charmer by Kimberly Gardner:
    Cyrus Malone wants nothing more that to be with his boyfriend Bobby Lee. However the curse of the Shifting Sands holds him back. he doesn't want to lose Bobby. Bobby's fear of snakes puts Cy on edge. After a fight about Cy's involvement with a gay basher at Bobby Lee's work things come to head.

    All the Moon Long by Ally Blue:
    Jud has been visiting Woody's shop for years. Mixed signals always seem to be apart of their interactions until one day a little kiss send sparks fly or do they? After the awkward moment at the shop Jud leaves happy but a tid smidge confused about Woody. When the full moon arrives Jud transforms into his alter self. An unexpected visit sends Jud scurrying for the safety of the house. However his injuries make it easy for Woody to snatch him up. Mistaking Jud for Jud's pet Woody takes the creature home only to find Jud the next morning. Jud is in for a surprise of his life.

    Cock of the Wall by Willa Okati:
    Michael goes to a party to have a good time but what he doesn't expect is to meet a little spit fire named Zan. After a passionate night at the party Zan follows Michael to the Shifting Sands and pursues poor Michael and begins to get under his skin. Michael tries his best to not let Zan get to him but he finds himself falling in love. When he finally admits to Zan what's been holding him back he is in for a loop when Zan tells him is own secret.

    Hare of the Bull by Brenda Bryce:
    Tristan is a skiddish new addition to the Shifting Sands. Gordy one of the big handsome hands has eyes for Tristan. When Gordy cuts his hand and asks Tristan for help Gordy sees just how skiddish Tristan really is. Can Tristan over come his past to be with Gordy, his true love and help the Shifting Sands men break the curse if the Chinese Zodiac?

    Lost and Found by J. L. Langley:
    Shay had a bit of a problem at his other ranch hand job: homophobics. After three of them throw him in a burlap bag and take into the middle of nowhere they decide to burn him because they think he is a witch and gay. Both are true but that is beside the point. shay manages an escape, Ben, the Shifting Sands foreman, guards him from his attackers. After a discussion the guys decide to offer him a job at the Shifting Sands. However they are unaware of that Shay is a witch and after Yi will Ben and the others be able to accept him after what Yi did?

    Pulling the Dragon's Tail by Jet Mykles:
    Daniel Long owner of the Shifting Sands gets a strange call from his "wife" Yi about Russell. The hand that left with her. With little debate Daniel rushes to Russell's side. Daniel and Russell finally find love with one another but will the other guys be so accepting of the man that betrayed them for a witch?

    Hopefully this is a little more inticing for all of you. On a personal note I loved the book. It has fun quick little stories by some of the best.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 30, 2012

    Highly Recommended

    I really enjoyed it

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  • Posted February 15, 2011

    Great Read!!

    I will usually buy anything with J. L. Langley's name on the title. But this was out of this world! I am always looking for new, good writers, and found quite a few in this one. Great spin on the Chinese New Year. I read this in just about two days. Did not want to put it down. Thrilled that it was finally put in ebook form.

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