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Faewolf Paperback – May 26, 2009
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"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Pre-order today
About the Author
D.M. Atkins is an author of both non-fiction and fiction. An anthropologist, Atkins has edited several anthologies on LGBT topics, including Looking Queer, Lesbian Sex Scandals, and Bisexual Women in the 21st Century and is the former editor of both Locus and Shadows Of... magazines. In recent years, Atkins has been a popular fan fiction author, under a pseudonym, and has won awards for online erotic fiction. Atkins lives in the Bay Area with two husbands, a girlfriend, their son, Atkins' mother, three cats and a dog. Visit DMAtkins.net. Chris Taylor has been writing for years but FAEWOLF is Taylor's first original fiction novel. Taylor is a New Yorker, attending college. Along with Atkins, Taylor has been writing fan fiction and won awards for erotic fiction in online communities.
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This will not be everybody's cup of tea, but it's definitely mine. I've always wanted more fiction featuring a shifter who was *primarily* other. I also appreciate stories about "submissive" men that probe a bit, and this one is a bit naive, immature, needy, and heated, which works well for a protective faewolf.
(Check other reviews if you have non-consensual or shifted-form squick-triggers.)
Not so with Faewolf, where the gayness of the characters is at the heart of the tale. An awesome and seXy read for all lovers of fantasy, tasteful erotica, and any combination thereof. If they ever make this into a movie, I'm SO there! ~
Taylor Siluwé, Features Editor, Out IN Jersey Magazine, author of Dancing With The Devil
For those who lovee romance mixed with a bit suspense and action and drama, get this! Very steamy sex scenes and a beautiful ending!