Werecat: The Rearing

Rated 3.00/5 based on 1 review
For Jacks Dowd, a college senior who feels ungrounded from his family and life in general, an alcohol and sex-infused weekend in Montréal sounds like a pretty good escape. His Spring Break binge takes a detour when he meets Benoit, an admiring drifter with startling green eyes. A hook-up turns into a day, two days, and then a full week in Benoit's hostel, making love. More
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About Andrew J. Peters

Andrew J. Peters is an author of fantasy, contemporary and young adult fiction. He is currently an administrator at Adelphi University's School of Social Work. Prior to that, he spent eighteen years as a social worker and an advocate for LGBT youth. His work has appeared in Diverse Voices Quarterly, Wilde Oats, La Bloga, and Ganymede. His novel, The Seventh Pleiade will be released by Bold Strokes Books in November 2013.

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Bookwatcher reviewed on March 11, 2014

hummm... I don't know what I should do... I liked it and wish I could give 5 stars (because cat shifters are a HOT theme!) but also I'm not 100% happy about how things happened in the story... so well, better give something between, and so it's a 3 stars

The theme is perfect...
It's a shifter story, with two feline shifters... I loved it! I really loved the description of a human can shift to a feline, how both characters interact as felines (ATTENTION, maybe I should say it immediately... sex scene with feline characters. Maybe it can be a problem to someone... well, both were in the feline form, and I saw it as needed to the plot, not just there to be there, so in my opinion it was a good scene).

My problem, and the only reason it's not a 5 stars is how quickly everything was told. The flashbacks or present time of the narration were both sooooooo quick! It was info and more info without much time to develop the ideas. It's a short story, and I know there is already a sequel (The Glaring) but this book have delicate information (near the end, and what happened just before the last page) that in my modest opinion should have more pages... too quick, I was lost.
(reviewed 7 days after purchase)
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