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Almost four years after falling victim to the cruelty of humans, Venir has nearly forgotten all about the ugly face of hate and prejudice. With the pressure to deny his true nature and the bitter scorn of homophobia left in the past, he’s finally found peace in the loving embrace of Ujop…

… and, at last, he’s found happiness.

But how long can it last?

As hunters close in on Ujop’s trail and once again bring Venir into the world of pain and self-doubt that will force him to make an unimaginable choice:

Flee from his troubles and from the loving embrace of Ujop…

… or let the violent hate finally consume him.

©2014 Nathan Squiers (P)2014 Nathan Squiers

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A gory bedtime story (short!)

I have to say this was quite underwhelming. It has a straightforward plot that commends the meeting of two weremen. It's overly and perhaps sickly full of high-praising romance; something you'd expect from a children's story. It is somewhat gory which brings some adult-ness back.

It's quite short. Almost worth a chapter. It doesn't tell us where these werewolves come from. Eg where their interesting names come from. Where it is or anything. Very simplistic.

I can't say you'll gain much from this intellectually but it might be good for a lullaby story. Worth £2.67? Probably not.