- Less Than Three Press
- Release Date
- February 2015
- Book 2 of Lost Shifters
GLBT, Vamps & Shifters Romance
Sidney has quietly loved twin brothers Brook and Colby for years, watching and pining as they came to his house for the summer every year. Painfully aware that they have each other, have no reason to notice the unremarkable duck they grew up babysitting.
Then the twins and their mother are attacked days before an important meeting that will change the shifter world forever. When the twins come to stay with Sidney's family until the attackers are caught, Sidney learns that all things have their season, and even violent protests will not keep two rabbits from the man for whom they've been patiently waiting...
Note: Story contains twincest and threesome
Apr 11, 2015 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
143 people found the following review helpful
When it comes to sex, rabbits define the concept of having a good time, except for twin brothers Brook and Colby. Much to Sidney's dismay, they seem to be perfectly content to keep their own company. What's a slightly smitten duck to do?
You would think that life on a pond would be peaceful, but that's not the case in Sidney's flock. It seems that someone's feathers are getting ruffled every time he turns around. His Dads do what they can to give him a normal life, but when you are heir to the pond, there are certain expectations you can't avoid. Unfortunately for Sidney, lusting after rabbits is one of the many things that are frowned upon by the flock.
Watching Brook and Colby from afar, Sidney can't help but wish that there was a place for him to nest between the two sexy brothers. Even though he's all grown up, the rabbits haven't stopped looking at him like the kid they once whiled away the summer with.
When disaster strikes Brook and Colby's lives, Sidney discovers that there is much more to his rabbits than meets they eye. Maybe asking for more isn't the daydream he once thought it was?
Lighthearted and entertaining, RABBIT SEASON is a fast and funny novella that kept me smiling all the way to the end. I loved the variety of duck, rabbit, snake, wolf and raccoon shifters. At first I was a bit cautious because of the incest warning, but the relationship between the twins is written in such a way that I couldn't help but fall in love with the them right along with Sidney. Second in the Lost Shifters series, I had no trouble reading RABBIT SEASON as a stand alone title. I highly encourage readers who are looking for a unique story to check out the view from Sidney's side of the pond!
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