Fears Moon Woman (Scryer's Gulch)
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Fears Moon Woman (Scryer's Gulch)

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1874: Deputy Robert "Rabbit" Runnels escapes to the woods every full moon to avoid detection as a were-creature; if his condition is ever discovered, his brother the sheriff will be forced to put him down. But when the widow of the were-creature who bit him tracks him down to kill him, she and Rabbit find themselves helplessly drawn together in loneliness, need--and desire...more
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Published September 1st 2011 by Sans Culotte Press
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A sheriff's deputy with a curse he is trying to hide from his family and community finds love and heart break during a full moon. The stand alone story with characters from a serial, Scryer's Gulch, was a quick read. But don't let that fool you, it was a well written story and held my attention the whole time.
MeiLin Miranda
Sep 02, 2011 MeiLin Miranda added it  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
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I wrote this. It's a short story that originally appeared in the Circlet Press anthology "Like a Moonrise."
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Sep 04, 2011 MeiLin Miranda rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
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MeiLin Miranda writes literary fantasy and science fiction set in Victorian worlds. Her love of all things 19th century (except for the pesky parts like cholera, child labor, slavery and no rights for women) has consumed her since childhood, when she fell in a stack of Louisa May Alcott and never got up.

MeiLin wrote nonfiction for thirty years, in radio, television, print and the web. She always w...more
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