When Jasmine St. Paul meets the wild, mysterious, and half-savage Sebastien deep in a Louisiana bayou, there are two things about him that she just can't believe. First, he was a stunning guy, muscular, gentle, and for some reason, he wants her so bad she can taste it. The other thing is that Sebastien is a werewolf caught up in a dangerous game of survival. After being initiated into the pack, Sebastien entrusts her with a mission to must find the secret of the wolves' curse, and free them before it's too late!
Join Jasmine as she encounters raw, passionate, savage eroticism, the awakening of her own sexuality, comes across the only things in the swamp more savage than the werewolves, and begins to unravel the secret to saving a world she never knew to exist until she walked straight inside it! Are you ready to be ravished Under a Breeding Moon?
Warning: This 17,900-word shape-shifting erotic sizzler pulls no punches in bringing you the hottest tale this side of the bayou. Jasmine experiences multiple partner sex, double penetration, rough oral sex, hard bondage, scratching, biting, internal climaxes, rough and passionate lovemaking, and a very, very strong sense of self preservation.
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WOW, this was not good at all.
If it had a writing style that sounded less like a high school girl's attempt at erotic fan-fiction and a narrator who could read/act.
Unlikely. I would listen to a preview first and decide if it was more what she was reading here then her ability to read it.
Confusion. I realize this story picks up right where I guess the first one left off (which I didn't read), but even though it only had 3 tiny chapters, I could barely get through them and ended up skipping ahead various times to make it end faster.
I like a good paranormal, erotic story as much as the next girl but this seemed so amateurish I was truly surprised it's for sale here. I know I can get my money back, but when you do that, you loose the right to review it and I would like to save the next person's credit. Sorry to the author is she's reading this, but this needs a lot more work.