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Lost And Found by Eileen Griffin

Lost And Found

by Eileen Griffin

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  NannyOgg13 | May 26, 2018 |
This is a cat shifter story set in 2014, but within an alternate reality; there is some reference to awful pogroms in the past, with shifters being hunted almost to extinction, and how history is repeating itself now. It wasn't very clear to me exactly what or why this had happened, or who was really behind the new flareup of violence, but then again, when do these things ever make sense?

The story starts of fairly bleak with one of the main characters being hunted because he is a shifter and a member of the "wrong shifter clan". His group is on the losing end of the battle between two such clans fighting for supremacy, and Tanner has to run for his life if he doesn't want to get shot on sight. He ends up n a shelter of a safe territory, run by another shifter clan, but his nightmares keep haunting him and he needs more than the shelter can offer.

In come Bram and Ryder, a loving couple who have been together for eight years. The clan's queen asks them to take care of Tanner, and over a few weeks, they do their best. Although they have never considered adding a third to their relationship, apparently Tanner is enough of a temptation for them to change their minds. Some very hot menage activities prove just the thing to help Tanner adjust to his new life.

If you're looking for an entertaining story with a sense of adventure, a touch of other-worldliness, and some shifting activity, then you will probably like this free novella. ( )
  SerenaYates | Oct 19, 2017 |
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