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Love and Duty (Of Werewolves and Men #2)

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Thomas, at age 23 has just come out to his family in 17th century Britain. Now, he is traveling to Ireland to search for his missing younger brother who is also gay. His quest is successful and Thomas finds not only his brother, but a mysterious clan led by a handsome, fierce Alpha that demands Thomas's absolute obedience.
Nook, 71 pages
Published March 30th 2012 by Tadgh Faolan (first published March 9th 2012)
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Lucia
Again a great story, I had to give this book one more star than book one, because Thomas was such a fun character. I liked that you also got to see more about how it was with Michael and Sheehan living in the pack.

Warning: sex while the top is in shifted form
I felt a bit uncomfortable with reading that but I didn't mind reading it because if you fall for a shifter, I guess you should accept his shifted form also ;)
Meggie
Sep 26, 2013 rated it did not like it
Okay this is the second book in Werewolves and Men Series and I definitely disliked it all. The main story is full of idiotic spankings. This story wasn't my cup of tea. I'm not sure if I should If It's worth to read on.
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Tadgh Faolan [Tigh Fwaylon], whose name mean poetic wolf, was born and raised in Ireland. His lineage derives from a folk known throughout history as the men of wolves. They were thought of fondly in ancient Irish history, known for protecting people lost in the forest. They also served Celtic kings and were granted tracks of land for this service.
Tadgh spends the majority of his time in the woods
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