Published: Jan. 21, 2012
Words: 78,489 (approximate)
On post "Gene Wars" Earth, the foxtaurs were bred to be the caretakers of the unspoiled lands remaining. They were an imperfect species though and evolved traditions and social practices to cope with their problems, many differing vastly from human ones. One day a lonely and hurting man crosses paths with an equally lonely foxtaur vixen. Their world would never be the same.
On post "Gene Wars" Earth, many anthropomorphic species share the ravaged world with humans. Amongst the species created to help rebuild their world were the foxtaurs - vulpine based centauroids bred to be the caretakers of the unspoiled lands remaining. They were an imperfect species though and evolved traditions and social practices to cope with their problems, many differing vastly from human ones. One day a lonely and hurting man strays into foxtaur territory and crosses paths with an equally lonely foxtaur vixen. Their world would never be the same.
Find out what it is like for a human to cope with a species whose social practices are so often at odds with our own, especially with interpersonal relationships. Strong adult themes.
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, furry slice of life
, anthropomorphic slice of life
, furry sex
, furry drama
, furry romance
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on March 18, 2012 :
Excellent story that is a part of Bernard Doove's Chakat Universe. This time though chakats aren't the primary characters, but rather one of foxtaur villages and a human that becomes a part of the village
(reviewed long after purchase)