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Other worlds, other planes of existence, other places where humans are not the only type of creature to walk and talk. Human-like animals populate the pages of Wild Passions! These are not shifters, but humanoid animals that experience love and lust in their sometimes wild, sometimes civilized worlds.

Meet Liam, a half-fox in a world where 'urban jungle' isn't a metaphor. W
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Paperback, 195 pages
Published June 1st 2011 by Storm Moon Press LLC
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DarienMoya
^^ANIMALISTIC PASSION!^^

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Anthologies for me are not always a great experience. I am always disappointed in a few stories, and wish others were a bit longer. This anthology had the disappointment, but with some good news. I am totally in love with the last two stories in this book; it’s as if they saved the best for last. The whole book deals with interspecies hook-ups, animal/human hybrids, and if I am not stretching too far some social
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Jenre
When K Piet got in touch and asked whether I would consider reviewing this anthology of stories containing anthropomorphic heroes, I have to say I wasn't sure I was going to enjoy it.  I get a bit squicky about non-human heroes and have in the past been put off when a hero looks too much like an animal or has features too far removed from human.  However, never let it be said that I won't try anything new, and so I decided to take her up on the offer of this anthology.  I'm glad I did because on ...more
Cole Riann
Review posted at The Armchair Reader.

3.5 stars Overall

I've had this anthology to review for a long time now, too long. I certainly shouldn't have waited so long to read it, but see, I'm anthology phobic… or I used to be. Lately I've been reading anthologies left and right, many of them by Storm Moon Press, and I knew I needed to read this one. I wasn't wary of the theme -- I've read anthropomorphic stories before and while I don't love them for their own sake and seek them out, certainly have en
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Alex
Jun 16, 2011 Alex rated it really liked it
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Lions and tigers and bears, oh my!

Even if furries aren't your thing (they aren't mine), if you're comfortable with some anthropomorphic and human-crosses, then this anthology will be worth a read. If you like furries, then this is definitely the book for you. It covers various types of crosses, including one alien, and unless you're completely grossed out by humans with animal traits having sex with humans, there is nothing particularly offensive in this set. The stories that unfold are e
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Cryselle
Jul 24, 2011 Cryselle rated it really liked it
Wild Passions provides several fine takes on what love and sex might be like for other beings, alien or animal. The worlds vary from Earth to Earth-like, to not-Earth, and humans figure as everything from enemy to owner to non-existent, which means the variety editor S.L Armstrong put into these pages is really wide.

Cornelia Grey's 'City of Foxes' features a dystopian future where animal-people live in the cracks of society. Life is harsh, trust is rare, and when it does happen, it can bring ev
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Jenre
Dec 03, 2011 Jenre rated it really liked it
When K Piet got in touch and asked whether I would consider reviewing this anthology of stories containing anthropomorphic heroes, I have to say I wasn't sure I was going to enjoy it.  I get a bit squicky about non-human heroes and have in the past been put off when a hero looks too much like an animal or has features too far removed from human.  However, never let it be said that I won't try anything new, and so I decided to take her up on the offer of this anthology.  I'm glad I did because on ...more
Elisa Rolle
“City of Foxes” by Cornelia Grey: In an post-apocalyptic world, Jake is man without roots, lonely and brooding… i.e. exactly the mourning hero type who is sure to score. And of course, to add even more fascination to his persona, he helps Kye, a one of the foxes, half-man half white fox. Helping Kye, Jake gains the protection of Liam, another white fox/man who is also the leader of a group of rebels, people living outside the border of the old city. This tale has really the feeling of an old ...more
Neyjour
City of Foxes by Cornelia Grey:
[futuristic / urban fantasy / action]

Trust Me by Elizabeth Hyder:
[science fiction]

Alpha's Pride by S.L. Armstrong & K. Piet:
[fantasy]

I Do Like To Be By the Seaside by Wayne Mansfield:
[modern fantasy]

Opening Worlds by Cari Z.:
[science fiction]
This was, by far, my favourite story in the collection. Absolutely wonderful characters, intriguing world-building (that I would love to know more about in future stories *hint-hint to the author*), and an incredibly s
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Riayl
May 05, 2012 Riayl rated it really liked it
City of Foxes - Cornelia Grey 4 stars

Trust Me - Elizabeth Hyder 3 stars

Alpha's Pride - S.L. Armstrong & K. Piet 3 stars

I Do Like To Be Beside The Seaside - Wayne Mansfield 3 stars

Opening Worlds - Cari Z. 5 stars

Songs For Guitar And French Harp - Angelia Sparrow 4 stars
kasjo_peja
I really liked "Alpha's Pride" by S.L. Armstrong & K. Piet and "Opening Worlds" by Cari Z. These were 5 stars stories for me.

The "City of Foxes" by Cornelia Grey and "Songs for Guitar and French Harp" by Angelia Sparrow were interested enough.

I didn't care for the last two stories.
Rachel
Some great and some so-so stories in this anthology. My favorite was the one by Cari Z.
Susan
Oct 04, 2012 Susan rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: mm-read, z-2012
This was an interesting mix of stories. As with most anthologies, some stories were stronger than other but each of them was enjoyable. My personal favourite was Songs for Guitar and French Harp by Angelina Sparrow. For such a short story, the world-building was incredibly detailed and I really felt as though I came to know the world that Arthur and Gordon were living in. I became really engrossed in their story and the ups and downs of their relationship. I would love to read more stories set ...more
Bkrdr
Feb 04, 2013 Bkrdr rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
My favorites were Cari Z's Opening Worlds (5 stars++), Angela Sparrow's Songs for Guitar and French Harp (5 stars++), and Cornelia Grey's City of Foxes (4.50 stars - ended too short).

The other stories were not as interesting to me.

blub
A great anthology with stories compiled by some awesome writers. All the stories in the anthology were enjoyable and intriguing and I just ended up reading it all in one sitting.
Sandra
Apr 08, 2012 Sandra marked it as to-read
$6.99 on Nook, more cost efficient assuming all the stories are good
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S.L. Armstrong has been writing for as long as she can remember. Art and reading have played a large part in her life since young childhood, but around fourteen, writing became her passion. Voraciously consuming every book in front of her opened up hundreds of worlds in her head, and she soon wanted to create worlds for other people as well. She has
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