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Winter Howl von Evans, Aurelia T. (eBook)

  • Erscheinungsdatum: 24.12.2012
  • Verlag: Totally Bound Publishing
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Winter Howl

Book one in the Sanctuary Series Torn between shapeshifters who love her and a dangerous, seductive werewolf, will Renee choose to stay safe or run wild? Renee Chambers, a moderate-level agoraphobe, runs a no-kill dog sanctuary that doubles as a haven for canine shapeshifters. Britt, her best friend who also acts as Renee's service dog, coaxes an anxious but curious Renee into a romance that has more than a little electricity. With her organisation running smoothly and a girlfriend who loves her, life could be worse. Then Grant Heath, a rogue werewolf, shows up and turns her safe little world upside down and inside out, with a side of out of control. She knows it's a terrible idea, but when she's with him, she feels different from her tightly wound, controlled self-she almost feels normal. He never does anything she doesn't want, but he also doesn't care how far he pushes her beyond her agoraphobic limitations. Renee finds herself caught between two different lovers, two different worlds. Should she stay with the shapeshifters and her sanctuary and accept being just an eccentric human being in a supernatural world? Or should she accept Grant's offer to change her and run with him as a werewolf, violent and bloody, but also fearless? Reader Advisory: This book contains some smouldering rough sex, sex with a very partially shifted werewolf, scenes of violence and death, bloodplay, knifeplay and (if you squint) D/s, mentions of domestic violence...and that's all just around the werewolf! With the dog shifters, we have polyamory, a FF relationship, FFM mA(c)nage a trois, some light, loving bondage...


    Format: ePUB
    Kopierschutz: AdobeDRM
    Erscheinungsdatum: 24.12.2012
    Sprache: Englisch
    ISBN: 9781781841679
    Verlag: Totally Bound Publishing
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