Out There in the Night
Dr. Connor Jacy is about to find out something after spending a long, lust-filled night of wild, animalistic and sensual lovemaking with the mysterious Native American trapper who rescued him from a snowmobile accident site in the Alaskan wilderness. It's only a few days until the full moon and once back at home, Dr. Jacy is sure it was all a dream compounded by his head injury. Unfortunately for Connor, the powerful spirit-walkers of an ancient Indian tribe have already decided to mate a modern man of medical science with a mythical creature and guardian of the night.
This story, while focusing mostly on getting in as many sex scenes as the story could hold, was surprisingly better than I expected.
A nice change from many gay werewolf stories is that this involved the merging of modern concepts of medicine and homosexuality are compared with those of an ancient culture.
Though the characters were not terribly complex and the story hand fairly sizable plot-holes, I recommend this for die-hard gay were fans who want a quick read.
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