PAWS, CLAWS, AND THEIR TRIPLE-F by Ellen Cross

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PAWS, CLAWS, AND THEIR TRIPLE-F by Ellen CrossPaw, Claws, and Their Triple-F by Ellen Cross
Published by eXtasy Books Genres: MM, Paranormal
Reviewed by Lisa

Playboy, naughty boy dingo shifter Farron got into hot water with Fate herself because of his less than exemplary behavior.  As penance Farron is charged with matching up mates and goes by the ignoble name of Fairy Fuck Father.

 

Ben grew up in the foster system with a group of boys who became his best friends.  A rare Caracal or desert lynx shifter, Ben is lucky that his human friends couldn’t care less what he is.  If only loneliness wasn’t such a close friend as well.

 

Tasmanian devil shifters are known for their dominant, territorial way.  Unfortunately for Mason he is a born submissive and lives through years of abusive behavior before he is able to flee home in the trunk of a car.  Somehow along the way he briefly came in contact with his mate though they never actually met.  Mason didn’t bond with his mate, doesn’t know who he is, and he’s dying because of it.

 

Popping in to do his job Farron’s latest match isn’t going so well.  Frustration, problems, no co-operation at all.  He’d rather another hole in his head than call on Fate, but it looks like he doesn’t have a choice with this pair of shifters.

 

Charm, humor, and a twist of sadness for balance, Paws, Claws and their Triple F covers all the bases.  Shed a tear for laughter and another little one for sorrow with Farron, Mason, and Ben as they try to make love their priority in this fast paced story.  A truly wild and wacky adventure.

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