Doggie Style by Julia Talbot

Title: Doggie Style
Author: Julia Talbot
Publisher: Torquere Press
Pages: 17
POV: 3rd
Sub-Genre: Shifter
Kisses: 4




Blurb:

Ray might be a werewolf, but he’s never lived with a pack. He’s so civilized he doesn’t even know Doc, his new foster dog, is a shifter, too. Doc is far more in touch with his animal instincts, and he thinks Ray will make a great mate. Can they learn to live together, doggie style?

Review:

Yes reading that title had my mind going in ONE direction. Boy was it the wrong one. Just sayin’. This is a cute shifter story about Ray, a clothing designer for dogs, and Doc, a new dog he is to “dress” up to help make him more adoptable before his time is up on this earth. Well, Ray’s sister brings the dog to him and Ray instantly decides to keep the dog and then he finds out the dog is a shifter, just like he is and sparks start. We have a city dweller and a country boy, and one who never shifted and the other who does it as often as he can.

Doc “runs away” only to be caught again by Ray’s sister and finally Ray gives in and agrees to go run with Doc, as the shifters they are. Ray was adopted so he never knew how to shift and since he lived in the city, he surpressed the urges to do so, that is until he met Doc.

It’s an enjoyable read by Julia. All I can say is:Cute.

Reviewed By: Michele

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