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Coyote's Creed by Vaughn R. Demont
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Jul 10, 12

bookshelves: paranormal, gay
Read in November, 2011

First in a sequence that goes deep inside the denizens of The City... And that's only part of the story!

This book follows Spencer, who isn't your usual 'shapeshifter' in the world of the supernatural that Vaughn has created, but it isn't a simple story about someone discovering their supernatural heritage - oh no, nothing would be that simple. Discovering who and what he is - as well as the hidden life of The City - is only part of the world that's been crafted here.

Spinning an entire world and magical paradigm, as well as three unique brands of tricksters locked into a cycle of pranks and tricks, the story is every bit as deep and fully fleshed out as a mainstream paranormal novel, but with the added spiciness of tender-to-hot related gay erotica.

The author has the ability to make you care and feel for his characters - and make you really think about the way they react to the world around him. And when the lead character manages to use magic to the lyrics of a Tenacious D song - well, you know that things can't get much better than that!

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