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(Calliph and Mateo #1)

2.73  ·  Rating details ·  33 ratings  ·  8 reviews
Everything changed for werewolf Calliph after the Shifter War. Now nothing more than a slave and plaything to human Prince Obyn, Calliph finds himself on the Golden Magus, sailing across the sea with his owner. But fate has something more in mind for Calliph in the form of Ship's First Mate Mateo—who just happens to be Calliph's Omarati—his soul mate... and a werecat.

Kindle Edition, 114 pages
Published March 1st 2016 by Torquere Press, LLC (first published November 1st 2010)
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Emma Sea
The plot of this was theoretically good, but it's a bit like me cooking: all the ingredients are delicious but something is sadly lacking in the finished product.

I couldn't buy into the characters. Why would someone (view spoiler)
Elisa Rolle
The first impression I had, upon finishing this novella, is that it could have been longer, not in the span of the story, but in the length of the single events. The plot is interesting and I wouldn’t have minded to spend more time with its characters.

In a fantasy world, most shifters are slaves to humans; they lost a war, centuries years ago, and the prize to the winner was for most of the warrior to become pets. Those pets are usually cherished, and so it has been for most of Calliph’s captivi
Lena Grey
Dec 14, 2010 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
If I had to describe 'Omarati' by D.C. Juris in one word it would be magical. The whole idea of Omarati, soul mates literally created for each other enthralled me. 'Omarati' was well written and both unique and unpredictable.

Each character was expertly crafted with Calliph being the most awesome one of all. Even as Obyn's slave he was strong, dignified and loyal. Along with Calliph's fortitude, he also had a soft, romantic side. It took my breath away when he first called his soul mate Mateo 'k
Natosha Wilson
May 13, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This is a short story about the impossible becoming impossible. Calliph and Mateo are soul mates but the impossible has not aloud them to have no more then passing moments in time.

Calliph is a slave and because of this he is unable to have the three things he wants the most.... Freedom to live his life, freedom to shift into his wolf form, and freedom to be with Mateo. Even though he truly wants to be with the love of his life each time something happens that allows him the opportunity to find h
Em Woods
Nov 28, 2010 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: m-m-romance
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Jan 02, 2011 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
The idea for this plot was interesting, but...there was just to much development true the whole short novella. More, years just flew by and this made the plot boring. I didn't particularly liked it. And even Calliph and Mateo, there were just bla... I couldn't get the feeling for the characters at all.
The book is really not for recommendation.
Ashley E
Feb 15, 2012 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: contest, owned
Strong emotions, great story, good writing. But the whole thing felt so rushed it was hard to take in. I really would have like this a lot more if the author had taken some more time with it. It's still one I'm going to be re-reading though.
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An out and proud bisexual transgender man, DC Juris moved to New York State in 2001 for a real-life romance. By day he is a mild-mannered office manager, by night a passionate writer of all types of romance. He lives in Upstate New York with his husband, two dogs, four cats, and a menagerie of Halloween props just creepy enough to keep people guessing about his sanity. Which is just the way he lik ...more

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