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"You're just a mouse! How do you expect to protect your cheese let alone the king?"

Jason just wanted to protect the king. But being a small were-mouse isn't easy. Not only did he get no respect from anyone in the kingdom, but he was always having to dodge out of everyone's way.

But Jason knew something; something the others didn't. He alone knew the king needed protection. And he alone would be there for him when he was betrayed.

But can a small were-mouse save the life of the king - a large were-lion? Will he be in time? Or will he be forced to watch the kingdom crumble to the greed and hate of a traitor that only he knows about?

©2017 Akita StarFire (P)2017 Akita StarFire

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Felt like the story had two distinct halves

The first half of the story felt like it was meant to facilitate the second half... Jason says he's being underestimated and under-utilized and asks for a chance to prove himself. Jason proved himself. Suddenly the Alpha Jason has been interested in is aware of him, be because of the first half of the story, and the relationship takes place.

I wish we'd been given a better understanding of how Jason proved himself. (He seemed to magically know what he needed to know, where he needed to be, what he needed to have at hand etc.). Also, it rubbed me wrong that Jason was delighted to be in a relationship with someone who had laughed at him, and lacked Faith in him. It felt like the story was too short for the Alpha to have redeemed himself from his early behavior to be worthy of Jason.

I guess the first half felt a bit like a parable, or a fairytale... but I didn't feel I got a charming Prince, or a moral of the story.

I did like Jason though... he was just so easy to cheer for.

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it is a story that is nicely

it was short but good i like it and it needs to be a little longer but good