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Faewolf
     

Faewolf

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by D. M. Atkins
 

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Faewolves, like werewolves, can walk among men. What happens when Kiya White Cloud, a young gay college student in Santa Cruz, wants one of these men enough to risk his heart--and his life? A paranormal m/m erotic romance from Circlet Press, Inc. [Warning: explicit sex, dubious consent, and rough scenes.]

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Faewolves, like werewolves, can walk among men. What happens when Kiya White Cloud, a young gay college student in Santa Cruz, wants one of these men enough to risk his heart--and his life? A paranormal m/m erotic romance from Circlet Press, Inc. [Warning: explicit sex, dubious consent, and rough scenes.]

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Erotica Readers Association - Lisabet Sarai
If you enjoy M/M paranormal romance, but you're tired of alternative worlds in which every character is the scion of some different magical or cursed race, you'll find Faewolf a welcome breath of fresh air. I did.
Book Wenches - Anonymous Reviewer
In their novel Faewolf, D.M. Atkins and Chris Taylor give readers a story that focuses a spotlight on the plight of wolves in North America while at the same time telling us a story of magic and danger and love. This is a very readable tale that mixes Lakota spirituality with paranormal elements to give us a unique and entertaining whole... The authors handle the paranormal element in such a way as to make it feel slightly more realistic than your usual werewolf fare ?. an interesting touch that

Product Details

BN ID:
2940000171585
Publisher:
Circlet Press, Incorporated
Publication date:
05/14/2009
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,137,807
File size:
676 KB

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Faewolf 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A cute male/male romance. I could wish that the shapeshifter background and Kiya's own experiences with nature's magic had been expanded upon, but the reader needs to keep in mind that if they buy this, it is primarily a ROMANCE: reasonably good character development, heavy on the sex, easy on the plot - though there IS an actual plot, and not just random misfortunes that cause the characters to have sex. At 200+ pages, I would say it's worth it if you buy it at a discount.
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