Sapphire Wolf

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Steampunk Wolf-Man Dog-Man Tale, and Love Story: Raylee spots the man of her dreams. Except, he's not exactly a man.
~ Which makes her even more determined to claim him for her own.
But ... why, if she smells like a wolf, doesn't she know proper wolf lore? Why was she orphaned? And why are there so many false Priestesses, yet so few good wolves and true Priestesses to deal with killer-wolves? More
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About PJ Port

~ dreamer, writer, gramma ~
I mostly write *Uncanned Romance* -- Love Story novels that don't quite fit into established Romance formula categories. They may be sappy, trashy, past, present, futuristic, or otherworldly sub-genre misfits, but they *are* Romance and they do have Happy Endings.

My short stories, on the other hand, seem to be an unrelated assortment of speculative/fantasy musings.

I like to read hybrid combinations of mystery, paranormal, romance, sci-fi/fantasy, and humor.
(But try to avoid horror, suspense, and thrillers.)

*My favorite teacher advised me to "specialize," so as not to be a "Jack of all trades and master of none (like her)." But the Jack sounded like so much more fun, and I admired 'her' versatility so much, that I didn't listen. From Algebra classrooms to Massage and Reiki tables to Writing pads, my professional interactions have been as varied as the seasons. And alas, my stories follow suit ... mixing genres and being none.*

Life circumstances have delayed my next release.
But I haven't given up!
Hope to be back in gear soon.

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debb lavoie reviewed on Aug. 1, 2013

Sapphire Wolf by PJ Port
Published December 15, 2012
Unicorn Panther Books
252 Pages/391 kb
Smash Words Edition
Four Stars !

Raylee knows very little about her people, or who she really is. She lives a nomadic life with people who love and care for her. When she sees Dauz in a near-by village, she is very attracted to him. Raylee learns from Dauz who she is and what she may become if she claims him. I had never read a wolf story before, so the lore and rituals took me a little time to get used to. Once I did, I really saw how well thought out, and how well PJ wrote this story. I don’t want to give too much away, because the reading of this Sapphire Wolf is a beautiful unfolding of wolf lore.
I was given this book for an honest review.
(reviewed 53 days after purchase)
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