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Doggie Style [MultiFormat]
eBook by Julia Talbot

eBook Category: Erotica/Gay-Lesbian Erotica/Romance
eBook Description: 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?

eBook Publisher: Torquere Press/Short Story, Published: www.torquerepress.com, 2012
Fictionwise Release Date: March 2012


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"What am I supposed to do with this?" Ray stared down at the hairy behemoth his adopted sister had just brought in on a catch leash.

"Dress it up." Allie grinned at him, holding out the nylon rope. "He's got twenty-four hours before they euthanize him. We're trying to get him a stay of execution by doing a news piece on him.

The dog was enormous. Maybe an Irish wolfhound mix. Maybe part wolf hybrid. He was an indeterminate brownish-gray color, with lots of ear and huge feet. Amazing.

"I do small dog clothes." Ray murmured, his wolf senses trying to come to life. As civilized as he thought he was, they rose up every so often.

"You do charity events."

"Yeah." This was not his usual thing at all, though. "Maybe something for St. Patrick's Day."

The dog's ears swiveled, then laid back flat, one big tooth baring itself in the dog's mouth.

Allie chuckled. "I think that's a no."

"I guess so. I'll figure it out, huh? Why don't you just leave him with me and let me sketch."

"Sure. I'm going to get a coffee." She winked at him, and he finally took the leash. "In fact, can you keep him overnight? We never have gotten to evaluate him in a home instead of the shelter."

Ray eyed the wolf, who eyed him right back. Not in that stare-down kind of way, which was good, because he wasn't going to lose a staring contest with a dog. So not. Still, it was clearly an evaluation.

"I guess I could do that."

"Awesome. Ciao." Allie flounced out the door, leaving him holding the nylon catch leash and sighing. God save him from sisters who went to Italy for months at a time to learn to cook for their Cuban husbands who didn't even like Italian food.

Ray glanced at the dog again. "Looks like it's you and me, buddy."

The dog very deliberately bent and licked its--intact--balls.


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