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The Dark of Twilight (Twilight Shifters Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Second, there's the matter of, well, naked men. The were-whatevers change back to human after about 12 hours, and vice versa. When the two lead male characters, Lars and Finn, change back to human form, they embrace our young and female protagonist without there ever being a mention of the fact that they're stark naked. Yup, wolves don't wear clothes, so when they change to human, their tattered clothing is left behind-- as pointed out when Lars is finally rescued from the swamp and his clothing discovered destroyed.
I know this is a teen/YA book, and so overt sexuality is avoided. That's fine-- although by such standards, books such as 'The Lord of the Rings' are teen/YA (that rumbling sound you hear is JRR Tolkien, spinning in his grave). But Tolkien didn't neglect to mention naked people-- he didn't include them. Ms. Danley does.
Whether werewolves or weredogs, twelve hours later they're nekked guys, and surely deserving of mention!