Wolfkin

Wolfkin

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by Emily Veinglory
     
 

The man Arun loves is kin to the wolf; but Arun is kin to darkness itself.

Arun is in training to be a priest of the Fire God when he is abruptly plucked from his peaceful studies, bespelled and staked out as bait to capture a monster—a wolfkin. But the wolfkin isn’t quite what Arun expected. He has a name, Trae, and he’s more man than

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The man Arun loves is kin to the wolf; but Arun is kin to darkness itself.

Arun is in training to be a priest of the Fire God when he is abruptly plucked from his peaceful studies, bespelled and staked out as bait to capture a monster—a wolfkin. But the wolfkin isn’t quite what Arun expected. He has a name, Trae, and he’s more man than beast. And from their first touch, they are far more than predator and prey to each other.

Instead of killing Arun, Trae spirits him away to the distant city of Shireen. There, on a family plot of land, they should have a good life together. But the spell that a witch cast on Arun is growing stronger, taking over—and it still wants to destroy the wolfkin.

Torn between the power of the spell and his love for Trae, Arun must face the darkness within him—or it will kill them both.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781605040660
Publisher:
Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
Publication date:
07/08/2008
Series:
Kin , #1
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
104
File size:
771 KB

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Wolfkin 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ive read lot of books and beginning to think a good read is a slow read. 4 stars because the ending is open ended would love to read sequel. Thank you...
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Mutter88 More than 1 year ago
This started out as your typical "gay werewolf" story. Meaning the opening chapters where all about how a lad was going to be using his body (sex) to entrap a werewolf so it could be captured and questioned. Eventually the book evened out to exclude sex (still had some, of course, but it wasn't the main feature) and include a plot. The book ended rather abruptly and i would like to see a sequel - many things where left hanging in the open.
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JRBaker More than 1 year ago
No length is listed for this eBook on B&N.com, so to clarify, it's a novella of ~75 pages. While at times the plot development is hasty and spotty, the characters are well developed, and the book held my attention from beginning to end with just the right amount of romance.
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