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Publisher's Summary

Skylar is used to the way people think of him as frightening, mean, and dangerous. Snakes are not the most popular shifters around and the fact he grew up wild doesn't help. He knows the way he's chosen to live alone in the woods only makes things worse, but he didn't think it meant people thought him capable of killing a couple of wolf puppies.
Determined to find the real monster who left them to die, Skylar calls up the only wolf he knows, a man he always wished would see him as more than a snake....
©2010-2014 Less Than Three Press, LLC (P)2014 Less Than Three Press, LLC
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By HaloLove on 08-20-16

Love Paul Morey's accent as Skylar...

....that sweet southern twang of male strength and kindness was charming. The entire story was a bit fluffy but so dang on charming and endearing. I was left smiling, my heart all beaming in

What a great idea to create a shifter snake and werewolf romance. I wish the story had been longer because I've never come across a shifter snakes story. Skylar's history was interesting to me and I wanted more of it. I loved the inter-species romance. And, I loved when Hansel and Gretel attacked Skylar's love interest pants leg, it was adorable. They were protecting their daddy snake, too cute!

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By JC on 06-26-14

Nice, sweet short story

Would you consider the audio edition of Backwoods Asylum to be better than the print version?

I own the ebook and that was the first book by Megan Derr that I ever bought and which led to me buying all her other titles. I bought the audiobook because I liked the ebook. Is it better? I'd say it's about even.

What did you like best about this story?

I liked how the story had a fairytale-like element to it. It has a contemporary setting but the characters are shifters. The narrative is easy to listen to and follow, would probably be great to listen to when you're just settling into bed.

Which scene was your favorite?

When Skylar's protectiveness kicked-in because of the puppies being in distress.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

Some parts of it made me go 'awwwwwwwwww' just because of the sheer adorableness of the puppies and Skylar.

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2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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