The complete White Wolf series, a racy gay werewolf erotica drenched in BDSM goodness. Follow Richard on his introduction to the rough life of forced werewolf mating. He is chosen to become a werewolf because he appears strong, but what lies inside of him is so much more.
This includes Books 1 - 10:
Content warning: Contains explicit hot werewolf M/M sexual activity, including: masturbation, group masturbation, orgies, rimming, oral, and anal sex. All persons depicted are at least 18 years of age. Themes in this book include forced mating, BDSM, domination, submission, bondage, whipping, cock and ball torture, interracial sex, and age gap.
For adults age 18+ ONLY!
Excerpt: Without warning, one of the fingers slipped inside of him, and Richard's body involuntarily clinched around it. He made a groaning noise that caught him by surprise. Something was happening that Richard hadn't expected. His own cock was beginning to stiffen.
©2013 K. Matthew (P)2013 K. Matthew
I really enjoy the world of books! Narration just add layers to that world... don't u think? :)
Wow! I never thought I would think a m/m romance would have too much smex but boy this was so over done and over the top. Some parts just didn't make sense at all.
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Here you find a great combination of a good story and a good narrator. I especially appreciate a racially diverse wolf pack. Far too many of the published fictional stories treat the world as though only one race exists and perpetuate the idea that most people prefer and intentionally carve out racially segregated work, living, etc. environments. It adds an element of fiction, of unreality, that should be avoided b/c it’s really not the real world and increasingly less so. And I would hate to think that all of these authors desire the world to be that way, the non-diverse world they create in their fiction. But a word to the author, if you give the race or penis color of one character, then you should give the same info for all characters in order to avoid the idea that one race is more “normal” & assumed—thereby needing to be unsaid—than any other. And save the cutesy name for body parts; names like “meat stick” detract from a good story. My favorite story in the collection was “Collared.” The ending sort of sucks but in a good way. Maybe there will be more. I hope.
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