Lucas Brown is a young werewolf who just finished his first semester at Salem State University. He aced all his classes, said goodbye to his psychic best friend, and played a last successful "Human versus Zombies" game of the year. Now it's time to go home for the holidays and forget about Salem for a little while.
Except, his werewolf boyfriend just admitted to him that he plans to spend his Christmas alone on the empty school campus and has done so for the past three years.
Now Lucas is driving home with Dean Gray in the passenger seat, and his parents are more than excited to meet the alpha that he's brought home. The only problem is, Lucas never told them that he and Dean are dating, and he plans to keep it that way. Too bad it's going to be next to impossible with his horny werewolf boyfriend constantly stealing kisses.
Disclaimer: This book contains sexually explicit content that is intended for a mature audience only.
©2015 Noah Harris (P)2015 Marini Publishing
As I have not read the print version I think it would be unfair to comment on that question, but what I will say is that i'm thoroughly enjoying the audio books.
Lucas is still my favourite, but I'm kinda warming upto Dean as well. Their relationship is a bit strange at times but it works for them, I also love Sally, she's a strange one but i'm not sure if it's just the narration of her character, but she does make me smile..... a lot.
I have more than one, it's Lucas, closely followed by Sally.
Yes, but unfortunately, my kids & life gets in the way.
"Competent writing, marginal narration"
An interesting shifter/supernatural universe with an imaginative gay werewolf storyline. The stories are somewhat short and not too deep, but for the most part original and enjoyable. The narration is disappointing. Mr Liebenstein's voice is pleasing and melodic, but his presentation is choppy with regular improperly placed emphasis which is sometimes unintentionally comic and generally unpleasantly distracting. The narration noticeably detracts from the experience.
"Meet The Parents"
It was a good sequel. The books are quick but they are complete stories. But for this i enjoyed how the family interaction is something of acceptance but looking out for Lucas.
The Performance is so so. The narration has some high points but the Dean voice could be better.
I like the relationship between Dean and Luke. I thought it was funny when Luke introduced Dean to his family.
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