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Tempestuous Paperback – April 5, 2006
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I hope Morgan Hawke writes a sequel to this!
I thought the writer was being really creative when playing with Kitsune myths and making them integral part of the love story, however I wished everything in the story would have had more depth. Plot is definitely interesting and even a little mysterious at first when we learn that Rusty is trying to remember for years what had happened to him during that accident and dreams that he has.
However since the moment Shiro shows up and especially since he reveals himself, the story could not have been more predictable in my opinion. And when I do not know much more about characters when I am finished with the story in comparison to what I knew about them, what makes them tick at the end of the story, to me it is not a good sign. I wished characters had more depth too. Yes, we learned they are in love with each other and that Rusty is feisty and Shiro is dominate and politician, to me it was not nearly enough.
So when he meets Shiro he is confused: why he feels attraction for this guy? He has never before felt sexual attraction for a guy. Sure Shiro his very handsome, blonde and broad shoulder and pretty pushing, but he has no intention to have sexual intercourse with a man.
But then he discovers that Shiro is not a normal man, he is a fox spirit, a really fox-human kind of being, with flurry ears and beautiful long tail... a bautiful white fox where he himself his a cute red fox. Cause Shiro many years ago has made him into his consort and now that he has found him again, he has no intention to let him go away.
A really interesting story who mixed paranormal romance with oriental myth. Rusty is not the usual uke, he is strong willed and heat tempered, like a true red-head. Shiro is somewhat more cold, white and distant, but very passionate. He is, I think, more young in age than Rusty, but he has an aura of power around him that easily identify him has a leader.
The story is not too short, but sometimes I have the feeling that the author has cut it to stay under a certain lenght... I'd like to read a little more about this two, and maybe have some hints more about the life of Shiro between Rusty's turn and the present time. But regardless, it's a very enjoyable story and sex is playful without being too kinky.