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Wary Were (Strange Hollow)

3.45 of 5 stars 3.45  ·  rating details  ·  202 ratings  ·  19 reviews
Being a cat isn’t easy. Neither is being a wolf. Being both is damn near impossible, but Christian does his best. Life isn’t made any easier by the fact that his particular inner feline is a Rag Doll and goes limp at the lightest touch. Roll that into a night on the town and he finds himself on the wrong side of a sexually charged mob of men. Healing, he heads to Strange H...more
ebook, 58 pages
Published January 17th 2010 by Liquid Silver Books
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Bubbles  Hunty Honest & Direct Opinions
I liked it there was a lot of story here for it being so short. Well developed and interesting
Serena Yates
I really liked this story about Christian, a wounded, lonely werewolf/werecat mix who is hunted by an evil creature.

Christian finds sanctuary in Shady Hollow which is run by a fae named Jacinda. He meets Ethan and Jarek who make it very obvious they want him with them. But he is very wary and when the creature follows him to his new home he needs to fight it before he can start his new life.

I liked the description of Christian coming out of his shell with Ethan's and Jarek's help. There was a lo...more
So much lulwut and wtf and I have no idea what the fuck is going on now.

But still, it was amusing.

The villain actually was quite chilling at times.

This concept of mixed shifters is still rather over my head. What exactly does his transformed form look like if he's a cat-wolf? I'm really, really curious.

It was all lightness and fluff and scariness and fluff and chilling holy-shit-that-villain O_O and more fluff and I liked it.

Plus, cat-shifter (kind of).
Don Bradshaw
This was not the run of the mill shifter book but still exceeded my expectations. Christian is half wolf and half cat, a total misfit. He is attacked one night by a magical and totally evil creature called a Gagii. He flees to a magically protected place called Strange Hollow and right into the arms of his two mates. The only problem is that the Gagii follows Christian. The characters in the story were great. Ethan's antics had me laughing at times. It was a very worthwhile read.
I really enjoyed this MMM menage. Jerek is a growly wolf who is sweet to the the core and Ethan is a Labrador shifter who is all puppy who never seemed to grow up. Ethan was absolutely hilarious, with his runaway mouth and over abundance of energy. I could just see him bouncing around and it made me smile. He was just what the damaged Christian needed to heal, that and the security of a the strong and loving Jerek.

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Mar 16, 2014 Suzan rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Paranormal Romance fans
I enjoyed this one in the series although again the stories in this series are a lot shorter then in the other series' by Celia Kyle I've read. It definitely packed a lot into the story! I loved Jarek, Ethan and Christian! Jarek is a tough guy with a really good heart and very protective over Ethan and Christian. Ethan is a little ball of happy energy, perky and overexcited, just like the puppy he is!

Christian is the main in the story and he's a really sweet and good guy but damaged. He's just...more
Yet another instance when I should have paid more attention to reviews. Many of them said how annoying Ethan was, and I wholeheartedly agree. I have enjoyed similar characters in other books (there were times he totally reminded me of Rudy from Jet Mykles' Leashed series). However, Ethan went WAAAAAY past that into the realm of honestly annoying me. There was a line every now and then that cracked me up, but not often enough to make up for all the times he bothered me.

I was also confused as to h...more
Jimmy Hanson
A threesome novel from a new-to-me writer - and a wonderful beginning to what I hope will be a long list of books/novellas from Celia Kyle.

Ethan and Jarek are a loving couple somehwat typical to the m/m scene - extremely large, sometimes over-protective werewolf [Jarek:], hyper-happy-bouncy puppy [Ethan:], and the insecure man they claim as their own [Christian:].

I liked the way their relationship was handled, though sometimes it just felt a little - off. I'm not sure exactly why. Maybe because...more
I like this slightly better than the first time I read it, but I still dislike it. The author never quite manages to explain how a were can be half one species and half another; Ethan's characterization comes off as retarded more than "happy bouncy puppy" and thus makes him highly problematic in that you have to wonder why anyone would want him as a partner in an adult relationship; the plot is contrived and fairly predictable. The entire story reads like bad fanfic-- I would say Gundam Wing, if...more
Lexi Ander
Very cute concept. Christian is half wolf, half cat shifter. I like how Celia made the two work together. My absolute favorite though was Ethan, the laborador shifter (not black but golden brown). He's talking a mile a minute, no filter to what he says and I can just imagine him wiggling around like a joyful puppy. Ethan eases the story line and keeps it from being too dark and sad. Ethan was the sunshine and I will be thinking about him for days.
This was a fun story with a quirky cast of characters. Not just the central three but the entire town of supernaturals. The primay couple bringing in the third was done well. Their relationship, contrasing happy go lucky puppy with werewolf, was endearing. It had some dark, violent moments but they were not explicit and relieved by humor, comapssion and cute amounts of levity. I finished it grinning and would read it again.
I liked it very much, it was a different type of shifters, with no instant love for all the "mates" in this threesome, where dealing with the past has a lot to do with healing and forgive oneself, before beggining a relationship. Nice characters, and Ethan was adorable.
Nothing To See Here
I read this when it first came out with the Strange Hollow collection. It was cute at points but nothing memorable and not a book I'd pick up and reread. Now that it has been rereleased, and maybe tweaked? I do plan on picking up the new version and giving it a go.
Really liked the idea of opposing personalities in a mixed were and i thought it had lots of possibilities but really but development in my opinion :( A shame
Darla Arnold
This is a good short story, nice world building, I loved the pup, he had a nice energy, you could see him bouncing, I just wish it was longer.
i like this book. couldn't wait to see what the stalker will do, sorry for the 2 werepeeps who died thou.
Shawnie Nicole
Not my favorite, but it was sweet and light despite the evil..
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