Warrior and Goddess:Wolf's Penance

Adult
Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Wolf did not enjoy being the son of a slaver. The family business was not for him. When his powerful father and brother drag home a beautiful slave girl, Wolf is entranced and instantly decides to make his move, taking the beautiful slave girl with him. But leaving the family business has consequences. More

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Words: 19,890
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476329666
About Jack Shadow

I have been writing erotic stories for many years. I write contemporary erotica but also enjoy fantasy, horror or science fiction themed erotica If you are interested in custom erotica, drop me an email - jackseroticstories@gmail.com
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Review by: Carolynne Raymond on Aug. 23, 2013 :
Just finished this read. I normally don't buy erotic books, and in this genre I have only read the 50 Shades of Grey trilogy so I only have those books to relate to. The erotic scenes, I did have to chuckle a bit because unlike the previous erotic novels I read, this seems to lean more on a males fantasy. I chuckled because the other books I can relate to were told from a woman's point of view so it was neat to pick up on the differences in intimacy, but non the less Jack wrote a great story he kept me entertained and engaged and I found myself really caring for Wolf and Phi
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Christopher Duke on July 26, 2013 :
Once again Jack has surprised me. This is not your typical erotic story. Firstly it takes place in a mediaeval setting. Second it really only has two or three actual sex scenes.
That being said it was a very interesting and unique read. I enjoyed the story and Jack's detailed descriptions. While there wasn't a ton of sex as you would expect from an erotic story, what was there was pretty hot.
I don't know anything about reincarnation, but some people might find that aspect fascinating as well.
Jack isn't a New York Times best-selling author, but he is pretty good.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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