An Erie Halloween
Templeton Reed has been hiding his inner polecat since he was a child. Keeping his animal secreted is hard for a shifter, especially when one is living in a secret community of mystical beings. It`s the wolf shifters that cause Templeton the most trouble with their darned sensitive noses. ... show more
Templeton Reed has been hiding his inner polecat since he was a child. Keeping his animal secreted is hard for a shifter, especially when one is living in a secret community of mystical beings. It`s the wolf shifters that cause Templeton the most trouble with their darned sensitive noses.
Templeton has a run-in with the Lake Erie pack and their alpha, Mikel Lupei, at the Office for Transmogrification Registration (OTTER). Templeton has a desk job checking registration papers and dealing with wolf shifters is not part of his job description. After that upsetting meeting the meek and mild office worker suddenly finds himself in the center of not only civil unrest among the shifter community, but a violent plan for a coup aimed at rousting Mikel.
Templeton and Mikel, a skilled tracker of rogue shifters, are soon not only fighting for their lives, they`re also fighting the rigidly archaic rules of their kind, as well as the person responsible for trying to take over Mikel`s pack from the inside. Can this magical odd couple turn a passionate attraction into a full-fledged love affair?
Publish date: October 30th 2013
Publisher: Torquere Press
Pages no: 79
Edition language: English
First skunk shifter story for me. Templeton was an interesting character and his take on being a skunk was a bit funny and cute. The story was good although there were a few parts that seem were a bit slow. I didn't really know what to expect of Mikel, since the readers perspective is a bit skewed b...
I like the idea of Lupei Manor as LGBT Center for magical beings in Lake Erie. That alone won some points for this story.Also, odoriferous skunk Templeton might be, but he's so adorably smart when critical moments called for it.Overall this is an entertaining read for me, with various shifters menti...
4.25 I have to admit I nearly didn’t read this book. I got it before Halloween and then for some reason I kept skipping over it. After Halloween I thought, ugh, Christmas stuff is coming out, I want to read that. So this poor story sat there for a bit. Finally, finally I started it and was kic...