Posts labeled Shifters

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Review - Space Fox by L.M. Brown

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Gargoyle Jude is preparing for his first mission as part of G-Force, Earth’s space fleet. He has been assigned to visit the planet Cairo, one of many that was colonized when it looked like the earth was on its last legs, yet not visited for many years. After encountering some hostile visitors shortly after his arrival, Jude crashes his ship. Faced with a long trek across a featureless desert, Jude has little choice but to accept the help of Kirby, a shifter whose Fennec Fox animal side is able to navigate the shifting sands and get Jude back to the abandoned human settlement where he hopes to find supplies to fix his ship.

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Review - Best in Show by Kelly Jensen

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Macavity – ‘Mac’ to everyone but his mother – comes from a long line of witches, who can also shift into cats. Unfortunately, Mac’s puckish sense of humor gets him in trouble with his family, who fear some of his jokes risk exposing their secrets. His latest escapade has landed him in his “cat skin” full time, and then another little indiscretion puts him in the animal shelter, up for adoption.

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Review - A Bear Walks Into a Bar by Eden Winters

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Dillon, Kevin, Jerry and Brad are all on their own before they become friends and settle in a small mountain town to open a bar. They’re all shifters; Dillon is a bear, Kevin and his cousin Jerry are wolves, and Brad is a fox; but it isn’t easy for them since they lost or were forced out of their family groups before they learned how to use and control their powers.

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Review - Naked Mailman by Dawn Flemington

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This review originally appeared at BDSM Book Reviews. Ken is rather bored with his life as a mailman but he isn’t quite prepared for the turns his life takes when he is assaulted and left bound naked in his mail truck one day on his delivery rounds. Not only does he have to deal with the public notoriety of being the “naked mailman”, he also finds himself unable to rid himself of the image of his assailant, and the submissive feelings the man has awakened in him.

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Review - Naked Tails

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In a small Georgia town, young Seth’s life is falling apart. He has just lost both his parents in a traffic accident, and now his maternal grandmother is taking him away from the only home he’s ever known, because she fears and despises the ‘deviant’ behavior of her late son-in-law’s family. Seth can’t bear to be parted from his kindly great aunt, or his best friend Dusty, a slightly older boy who is the closest thing Seth has to a brother.

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Review - Cereus: Opening

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This review originally appeared on the BDSM Book Reviews site. If, like me, you haven’t read the first collection of stories in this series, it seems to boil down to this: A dragon, a vampire and a werewolf walk into a bar… or whatever, and decide to open a resort for all the things that go bump in the night; sort of a Club Med for the fanged and furry. The first book contained stories covering the building of Cereus, and now this collection recounts three tales from the opening.

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Review - Magpie

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Everet (a raven) is the security chief for the nest of avians introduced in Duck. As this sequel opens, he has been called to collect Kane, a magpie, from the human nightclub where he’s fallen fowl (if you’ll pardon the expression) of the management. Magpies are know for their inability to resist the allure of shiny objects, and it seems that despite his talent for seducing and pleasuring men, Kane has stolen too much, too often, from the wrong people.

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Review - The Mark of an Alpha

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Bennett enjoys pleasing his master, Marsdon, although he doesn’t know that’s his name. He doesn’t even know what the man looks like. They’ve been playing together, exclusively, in the BDSM club for months, and the one thing Bennett won’t do is reveal his full face. He has always been blindfolded or hooded before meeting Marsdon. He also wears cologne to mask his wolf scent. “The Mark of an Alpha” opens on their last night together in the club.

Review - Three Men and a Bounty

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This review originally appeared on BDSM Book Reviews. Well, partner, what ya got here is a tale of the old west, about three men who find they have a right powerful hankering for each other. As if a menage wasn’t complicated enough, one of the men is a US Marshall, and a former slave. In the post civil war period, that’s a big complication. But wait, the author apparently thought, let’s make it even more complicated.