Fox and Wolf

Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Ami Tokudaiji is a kitsune (a Japanese werefox) from an aristocratic family whose fortunes are threatened by a financial scandal. Yuki Yamakawa is a werewolf from the wrong side of the tracks. When they end up in the same homeroom class at Osaka's most exclusive girl's school, Yuki is determined to make Ami her new best friend--if they don't kill each other first. More

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Published by Peaks Island Press
Words: 43,470
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301776658
About Eugene Woodbury

Eugene Woodbury graduated from Brigham Young University with degrees in Japanese and TESOL. He has twice been a Utah Original Writing Competition finalist and is a recipient of the Sunstone Foundation Moonstone Award for short fiction. He lives in Orem, Utah, where he works as a free-lance writer and translator.

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Review by: Kat Waters on Oct. 12, 2013 :
Adorable. Yuki is a cheerful, friendly, vaguely-feral joy, and Ami -- speaking as the research-oriented teenage girl I once was -- is an absolute delight. The plot isn't forced, and the conflicts are present from the beginning, so when they escalate, it's not out of nowhere. Neither girl gets a romantic interest, which made me happy, and the bullying is a thoroughly realistic several moments that aren't hugely traumatic. I would really enjoy a sequel, especially if Yuki and Ami continued not to have male romantic interests.

The prose is a little young, but lends itself to an easy, swift, thoroughly enjoyable read. The book is available free, but I liked it enough to want to buy a copy as well.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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