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Were the Hell

2.85  ·  Rating Details  ·  27 Ratings  ·  6 Reviews
Septimus travels as an envoy across the land, seeking answers as to why his pack has had almost no female births in thirty years. The long, frustrating search pays off in a totally unexpected way when Septimus walks into a meeting with another pack and smells his mate.

Dai has given up on finding another gay shifter to be his life partner. The fierce lust and unexpected joy
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ebook, 43 pages
Published June 28th 2011 by Torquere Press
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Serena Yates
Jun 06, 2011 Serena Yates rated it it was ok
Shelves: gay
This is one of those short stories that should be at least a novella. The riddle of why no girls are born into Septimus's pack is solved almost too easily, there isn't really enough time to explore the relationship between the two new mates, but I thought the idea behind what had happened and how they solved it was good. Unfortunately, the story didn't grip me, and I wasn't as involved in it as in many other books of this length.
Rachel
Jul 18, 2011 Rachel rated it it was ok
OK short story about werewolves...I thought that the length of the book hurt the overall read as there was barely any time for the relationship to be established.
Charlie Richards
Oct 12, 2011 Charlie Richards rated it really liked it
This is a short, quick read, filled with spicy... well, you know. ;) Yes, the plot is thin, the characters aren't real developed, but look at the number of pages. These are things to expect from a short, short story. It was fun and steamy. A great fast read to enjoy on a rainy afternoon with a glass of wine.
Isha
Dec 02, 2012 Isha rated it it was ok
They meet, boink, solve a mystery...

Overall nice idea, but this story needs to be rewritten into something with better character and plot development.
Lucy
Jul 21, 2011 Lucy rated it liked it
2.5 Had a good story potential but way too much sex for the length of the story and the whole "no females born" plot was sort of pushed to the side.
Gwengwel
That's take them more or less 60 years to see that no female were born.
Unbelievable, stupid plot, no character development.
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