Lions and tigers and bears, oh my! Whether it's a dog, cat, or something more exotic, the animals in this collection of romantic m/m stories serve as the catalyst for bringing lovers together. No matter how the encounter begins, by the end of each story, with a little help from their finned,... show more
Lions and tigers and bears, oh my! Whether it's a dog, cat, or something more exotic, the animals in this collection of romantic m/m stories serve as the catalyst for bringing lovers together. No matter how the encounter begins, by the end of each story, with a little help from their finned, furred, or feathered friends, our heroes have discovered some animal magnetism of their own. Stories included are: A Few Too Many by Heidi Champa Having a Ball by Cari Z. Along Came Spiders by Matthew Vandrew Cuddling Up by Chris T. Kat New Tides by Avery Vanderlyle Care and Rehabilitation by Kim Fielding Butterbean and the Pretty Princess Make a Home by R. Cooper Jonno by Emily Gould On an Eagle's Wings by A.J. Marcus Why Did the Chicken Cross the Road? by Skylar Jaye Tears for a Broken Sun by Minerva Wisting Stripped Bare by Lily Velden Wild Horses by Kate Pavelle Show and Tell by Liz Makar The Conch Republic by G.S. Wiley
Publish date: August 13th 2012
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 344
Edition language: English
3.5 stars. Anthologies can be tricky, many of them have a few gems among a largely forgetable collection, but this one is an exception. Good stuff. I'm an animal lover, so I wasn't not going to read it, but I was pleasantly surprised by the overall quality. I especially liked "Butterbean and the Pre...
A nice Anthology with pets and animals of all kinds! Overall a very enjoyable read.May contain some mild spoilers! A Few To Many by Heidi Champa 3.5*Cute story about a champion Sheepdog , who celebrated his win with a few too many cups leftover from the celebration and Ted, his human, wearing a Kilt...
There were a few I found to be too short and one in particular that I found just ended too abruptly (the homeless thief and horse one). There was one in particular that was my favorite(the parrot cracked me up with some of the things it said). Overall, all the stories were very entertaining and I ki...
Mostly some very enjoyable stories, I skipped the spiders (terrified of those) and couldn't get into the pet-killing-teacher story, too repetetive