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Feral Fixation
Feral Fixation
Author: Mary Winter, Jory Strong, N. J. Walter
Witch's Choice by Delilah Devlin: Two men...a wolf...and a witch... Gisele, "The Witch of Grimoult", has ended a long vow of celibacy taken to ensure her independence from any man. However, her new lover, Tibor the sheriff, isn't any real threat. His reputation among the ladies assures her he won't be a possessive man. After a wolf threatens her...  more »
ISBN-13: 9781419957123
ISBN-10: 1419957120
Publication Date: 10/26/2007
Pages: 264
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.

3.8 stars, based on 25 ratings
Publisher: Elloras Cave Publishers
Book Type: Paperback
Members Wishing: 0
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frazerc avatar reviewed Feral Fixation on + 672 more book reviews
Five shifter stories, although the first is a fantasy 'Witch's Choice' by Delilah Devlin, which isn't about shifters although it contains one... All the other stories center on someone who IS a shifter. The second is 'Shewolf' by Myla Jackson and is a contemporary. The third is 'Familiar Pleasures' by Jory Strong, a fantasy [menage:] piece with a snow cat shifter which I loved. 'Drakon's Treasure' by N.J. Walters is a fantasy with a dragon shifter and I loved it also [dragons who turn into hunky, powerful, tender guys - what's not to love?:] And the last is 'Revealing Photos' by Mary Winter which has a hero who is a shape-shifting mustang in New Mexico. I'll be adding Mary Winter to my list of 'must have' authors...
BetsyP avatar reviewed Feral Fixation on + 566 more book reviews
Paranormal erotic anthology from Ellora's cave. Five different stories from various Ellora's Cave authors. This is a very good collection. Two contemporary, the rest fantasy. My least favorites are from Myla Jackson and Mary Winter. All stories involve shape shifters. Sex scenes are very steamy, some D/s, some menage. If you enjoy paranormal erotic romance, you should enjoy this book. Worth a credit.