, 1st in the eponymous paranormal erotica series by Zena Wynn, is All Romance eBooks' Earth Day countdown selection for April 9th, free courtesy of publisher Loose Id.
This has a full 5 out of 5 flames on the "Heat Index", and the category and tags say that it's an interracial shapeshifter romance with werewolves who are apparently "rebenesque" [sic], so if you happen to favour furry multicultural couples who in some way resemble Rubens' paintings*, you're in luck.
Also comes with a Publisher warning for "situations that some readers may find objectionable", which apparently include "dubious consent", which may be triggering for more sensitive readers.
You have been warned. Although it's got multiple reader reviews which say they loved it.
Anyway, linkage to the product page
, and if you missed the previous day's sci-fi erotic romance, you can still pick it up here for a limited time: The Perfect Creation
Kiesha Morgan is a plus-sized, bi-racial business woman who lives life on her own terms. Her life is all about control...her control. She owns her own business, her own condo, and conducts her relationships the same way she runs her business -- by her rules. Any man that doesn't like it is welcome to leave.
Alex Wolfe is the town of Refuge's only veterinarian. He's also a shape-shifter, and the Alpha of the Raven Pack. He's been waiting for the woman who can complete him, his one True Mate. Even though the odds of finding her are slim, he refuses to settle for second best. Once he finds her, he'll never let her go.
Their worlds collide when Kiesha is snatched out of her nice, safe world and mysteriously teleported to a clearing in the woods outside of Refuge. She's out of her element and things are out of her control.
Life just got a little bit more interesting.
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Dubious consent.
The author also offers on her website a short story as incentive for donating $2
or more to the Morning Dove Center for Teen Girls, which is "a non-profit dedicated to helping inner city girls rise about their social and economic environment. Their goal is to reduce teen pregnancy, school dropout, abuse, neglect, and teen violence" via Paypal (email her a copy of your receipt and she will send you the story).
Apparently, she's managed to raise $200 for the charity already.
* Centaurs Embracing
, perhaps. Or maybe Pan and Syrinx
though with less technical herbivore furriness.