Claw

Gothika Volume Three Beasts lurk in the shadows of wild and forgotten places and in the hearts and souls of men They are the stuff of dreams and nightmares, but are they feral and savage, or just misunderstood Creatures of myth and legend stalk these tales of dark desire and animal passions Three men come face to face with such creatures and find they are much thGothika Volume ThreeBeasts lurk in the shadows of wild and forgotten places and in the hearts and souls of men They are the stuff of dreams and nightmares, but are they feral and savage, or just misunderstood Creatures of myth and legend stalk these tales of dark desire and animal passions Three men come face to face with such creatures and find they are much than they seem While there is danger, there might be unexpected benefits as well, if they can accept the impossible and dare to venture into the primordial regions where nature and the beasts still reign Three acclaimed authors of gay romance explore the boundaries between man and beast and the place where their worlds overlap.Isolation by Jamie FessendenWhen Sean s marriage breaks up, he returns to his hometown, hoping to find the childhood friend who meant everything to him in his teens He finds Jack living in a cabin, surrounded by the forest he always loved, and the two begin to tentatively repair their damaged relationship But a large animal has been seen prowling around the edge of town, and soon Sean comes face to face with the beast Jack insists the creature isn t dangerous it s been coming around the cabin for years It isn t long, however, before Sean discovers a far disturbing connection between his friend and the beast.Transformation by Kim FieldingAfter being caught in bed with another male student in 1886, Orris Spencer is declared an abomination by his wealthy father Orris is promptly banished from their Fifth Avenue mansion and sent across the continent to Oregon Now Orris must try to find a place for himself on his brother s farm and figure out how to deal with life as a pioneer When he s called on to help protect the livestock from a predator, he s not at all certain he s up to the task Then he meets Henry Bonn, a strange and intriguing man who lives in a cabin in the hills Orris s attraction to Henry may not be an abomination but it may prove a greater danger than banishment.The Black Dog by Eli EastonConstable Hayden MacLairty is used to life being dull around the tiny hamlet of Laide on the north Scottish coast They get occasional tourists, monster hunters interested in the local legend of the Black Dog, but Hayden thinks that s only a myth A rash of sheep killings, a murdered hiker, huge footprints, and sightings of the Black Dog force Hayden to rethink the matter With the help of Simon Corto, a writer from New York doing research for a book about the Black Dog, Hayden tries to figure out why the enormous hound is reappearing Hayden finds himself strongly attracted to another person for the first time in his life But between the danger stalking the hills, Simon s inevitable return to New York, and Hayden s mother s illness, true love may be of a phantom than the Black Dog.
Claw Gothika Volume Three Beasts lurk in the shadows of wild and forgotten places and in the hearts and souls of men They are the stuff of dreams and nightmares but are they feral and savage or just misu

  • Title: Claw
  • Author: Eli Easton Jamie Fessenden Kim Fielding
  • ISBN: 9781634760454
  • Page: 142
  • Format: ebook
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    About the Author

    Eli Easton Jamie Fessenden Kim Fielding

    Having been, at various times and under different names, a minister s daughter, a computer programmer, the author of paranormal mysteries, a game designer, an organic farmer, an avid hiker, and a profound sleeper, Eli is happily embarking on yet another incarnation as a m m romance author As an addicted reader of such, she is tinkled pink when an author manages to combine literary merit, vast stores of humor, melting hotness and eye dabbing sweetness into one story She promises to strive to achieve most of that most of the time She currently lives on a farm in Pennsylvania with her husband, three bulldogs, three cows and six chickens All of them except for the husband are female, hence explaining the naked men that have taken up residence in her latest fiction writing.Her website in elieaston You can email her at eli elieastonCOMING SOON See what s in the pipeline here elieaston work in progress

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    • ~✡~Dαni(ela) ♥ ♂♂ love & semi-colons~✡~ said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:52 PM

      3.6 rounded up to 4Claw is the third installment in Dreamspinner's Gothika series, which includes: andStich features two incredible storiesfrom Fielding and Easton, but both of these anthologies include a weaker "throw-away" story from a fourth author. Claw is comprised of three stories by solid authors in the genre. Eli Easton's The Black Dog and Jamie Fessenden's Isolation are contemporary, while Kim Fielding's Transformation is set in the 1880s. All three involve wolf/canine shifters, have a [...]

    • Exina said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:52 PM

      * I’ve read only The Black Dog by Eli Easton. It is an excellent story by Eli Easton again. Beautiful scenery, gripping plot, likeable characters and a great mystery - the twist was really unexpected and surprising.

    • Eli Easton said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:52 PM

      I loved writing "The Black Dog", my novella in Claw. Check out my desktop post to see what inspired the story. There's also a link to an excerpt.elieaston/desktop-the-blac

    • Adam said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:52 PM

      BR with Mish!4 stars for the anthology as a whole.As usual from this anthology series, Eli Easton and Kim Fielding carried the book. Gothika #4 is in the works for release sometime in the fall, so I'll be looking forward to that!The Black Dog by Eli EastonRating: 4.25 starsDate read: May 10, 2015Eli Easton's story is quite different from the other two. Based on the Scottish myth of the Cù Sìth, 'The Black Dog' is set in the Scottish Highlands and is told from the dual POV of Scottish police co [...]

    • Kim said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:52 PM

      I'm so excited to be included in the third Gothika book! I've always loved shifters, especially good old fashioned werewolves. And for those who have read my Bones series, here's a little secret: my story in this book, "Transformation", tells you how werewolves first arrived in Oregon. Unlike the Bones series, however, this story takes place in the 1880s, and it has a decidedly more gothic feel.

    • James Cox said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:52 PM

      Mostly new authors to me. I enjoyed this!

    • Sandra said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:52 PM

      Isolation by Jamie Fessenden (P. 8-53) - 2.75 stars This story was okay, but probably my least favorite of the three (which I hate saying, because I love Jamie Fessenden). I think the reasons were 1) I didn't like Sean all that much 2) I didn't think there was any valid change that would justify when Jack went from "no, we can't" to "sure, why not" 3) the happy ending took until the very end and 4) it's an alternative happy ending which sometimes works for me, I appreciated the twist but I guess [...]

    • Mandi said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:52 PM

      Considering how much I love me some m/m shifter stories, this was a bit of a disappointment.Isolation by Jamie Fessenden - 2 stars. I just did not like this one. I didn't like Sean and honestly never really warmed up to Jack either.Transformation by Kim Fielding - 3 stars. I usually enjoy this author's stories, and while I enjoyed this one, I didn't really like the ending. The Black Dog by Eli Easton - 5 stars. Hands down the best story in this book. Loved the characters, the setting, and the ro [...]

    • Love Bytes Reviews said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:52 PM

      5 heart review by VickiIsolation – Jamie FessendenSean Shows up at Jack’s cabin in the woods, hoping to reunite with his best friend and lover. The two grew up together, experimented sexually together, but Sean freaked out and married a woman instead of staying with Jack. Now, years later, he is hoping to get Jack back. Jack has other ideas though. There has been a significant change in his life, and he can’t see how Sean can fit in now.This is a great story! A little bittersweet feeling f [...]

    • Christy said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:52 PM

      4.5 Stars ~ fan of the 'Gothika' anthologies as I'm constantly fascinated by the weird, the unusual, the supernatural, and the paranormal. For those of you who know me, I'm sure you're not surprised in the least. Since the previous two anthologies gave me fabulous stories, I was excited to see what Eli Easton, Jamie Fessenden, and Kim Fielding had in store for me.Isolation by Jamie FessendenSean made a big mistake four years ago when he ran from Jack and what they had. He couldn't reconcile the [...]

    • Lala said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:52 PM

      Isolation by Jamie Fessenden- 3 stars.Transformation by Kim Fielding - 3 stars.The writing is good, but the author absolutely skimped on details of the world-building. And the whole leaving for the wilderness and no contact with Orris's brother left me sad, somehow.The Black Dog by Eli Easton - 3.5 stars.A nice mystery, and the setting was sufficiently gothic. Best novella of the bunch.

    • M.A. said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:52 PM

      Loved all three stories!

    • Наталья said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:52 PM

      Isolation by Jamie Fessenden - 2.5 starsПервая история понравилась мне меньше остальных, т.к. главные герои не вызвали симпатии. Что Шон, который в попытке быть нормальным уехал от своего лучшего друга - любовника, женился и вообще прекратил всякие контакты на 4 года. Что Джек, который просто [...]

    • Sylvie said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:52 PM

      This third book is as good as the first two. All three stories were very good. I loved them

    • Sara said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:52 PM

      Only three stories this time, when in the two previous Gothika Anthologies there have been four, but at least it is three of my favorite authors that remain. Theme as expected from the title - were creatures- and the settings are all far away from modern cities and densely populated areas. In Fessenden's and Fielding's stories we are in the woods, though the authors have chosen different time periods for their stories. As a lover of historically set romance I must say Fielding's little novella h [...]

    • MorganSkye said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:52 PM

      All three of these stories are very dark but strive to leave us with a happy ending.In Isoloation two former lovers are reunited but things have changed and the question remains as to what secrets can be told and how will they be handled. I didn’t care for this story as much as the others – I wanted a more concrete ending to satisfy the romantic in me.2 of 5 starsTransformation is an historical tale in Oregon (yay!) of farmers and hunters living in the wildneress. I loved the historical aspe [...]

    • Jamie Fessenden said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:52 PM

      I love all the stories in this anthology, but I'll just say a bit about my story "Isolation." It's a classic werewolf story about a man (Sean) who has made some bad choices in his life, and is now seeking out the only person he's ever truly loved in the hopes he can rekindle what they had together. He finds Jack living in a cabin in the woods, and at first it seems there's hope. But Jack is different now, broodier, and more distant.Read an excerpt from the story on my blog: jamiefessenden/2015/0 [...]

    • Seventhdevil said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:52 PM

      Isolation- DNF Transformation3 stars The Black Dog4 starsMy favourite short was without any doubt Eli Easton's The Black Dog. I enjoyed it thoroughly and really got to like the characters and their story. Besides it had the major bonus of being set in Scotland ♥

    • Lonestar Mama said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:52 PM

      Read this last night, and an overall 4 stars for the book. Eli Easton's was my favorite, as it felt the most complete, I guess? Hated the non-ending in Jamie Fessenden's story, and the POV character drove me nuts. I enjoyed Kim Fielding's historical, I only wish there was more to it!

    • John The Cosmic Wanderer said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:52 PM

      The Black Dog by Eli Easton - 4.5 stars - Best Story!Transformation by Kim Fielding - 3.5 starsIsolation by Jamie Fessenden - 3 stars - supposed to be 4 stars but the ending was so abrupt. Needs to be longer!

    • Justin Nova said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:52 PM

      Isolation: 3.5Transformation: 3.5Black Dog: 4

    • Hearts On Fire Reviews said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:52 PM

      Reviewer: SandraGenre: M/M Paranormal3.5 HeartsReview:Overall rating would be 3.5 starsIsolation by Jamie Fessenden (P. 8-53) - 2.75 stars This story was okay, but probably my least favorite of the three (which I hate saying, because I love Jamie Fessenden). I think the reasons were 1) I didn't like Sean all that much 2) I didn't think there was any valid change that would justify when Jack went from "no, we can't" to "sure, why not" 3) the happy ending took until the very end and 4) it's an alt [...]

    • Kara said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:52 PM

      Isolation by Jamie Fessenden- 3 Stars Something was off about this one for me First the rainwater from a paw print. I could not help thinking really. Then just the way they were together, they just did not mesh well at all. The way they treated each other was more like friends who are also enemies not how lovers would. I liked were the story was going but there was just a few things that just did not feel right to me with this one. Then you were just left with no idea what happens between the tw [...]

    • Achim said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:52 PM

      Gothica is still my favorite anthology series and it seems it's getting better with each installment. This time it's about werewolfes and not about wolf-shifter with mating issues (only Eli Easton is working in the grey area between both) and that's what I expect for Gothic stories.Don't know why so many reviews don't appreciate Jamie Fessenden's story. It's the perfect opener and sets the temper quite right. He even dares to stop with a happy but open ending and that fits his story and the topi [...]

    • Izzy said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:52 PM

      I adore this story of loveable police officer Hayden MacLairty, and the village, in the Scottish Highlands, of Laide. The writing is really good, and I congratulate an American author getting the idea of a Scottish brogue so accurately…I have to mention that it did remind me very strongly of the pairing Tyack and Frayne, and Once Upon a Haunted Moor by Harper Fox, but that being said I really became invested in the lives of the good policeman and the author Simon Corto who turns the village an [...]

    • Sammy Goode said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:52 PM

      Three wonderful authors bring us suspense filled stories that make the hair on the back of our necks slowly rise. Gothika #3, Claw, shines a light on the dark and hidden wolf-like creatures that our nightmares are made of and our hearts seek to love. Each story gives us a unique perspective on a tried and true paranormal trope. This collection was exciting and one not to be missed. Overall Rating: 5 starsIsolation by Jamie FessendenJaime Fessenden explores the power of nature and our desire to b [...]

    • Keara said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:52 PM

      Very different take on the shifter realm and how secretive men had to be in the 1800's. He is caught in bed at university with another man and is banished across the country to live in the wilds on his brothers farm. He is very citified and book smart so all of a sudden finding himself having to do manual labor and find his fit on the farm is challenging but very rewarding for him. Enter The Bonn Brothers who live up the hill and very rarely are seen except in wolf form. It was well thought out [...]

    • Misty said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:52 PM

      (3.5 Stars)~ Isolation by Jamie Fessenden(4.5 Stars)~ Transformation by Kim Fielding (4.5 Stars)~ The Black Dog by Eli Easton

    • Nova said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:52 PM

      Isolation by Jamie Fessenden: 3 starsTransformation by Kim Fielding: 2.75 - 3 starsThe Black Dog by Eli Easton: 4.5 - 5 stars

    • Deeze said:
      Sep 22, 2018 - 14:52 PM

      Overall only a 3 from me. Just didn't like these as much as Stitch.Isolation by Jamie Fessenden As werewolf stories go this was slightly different. I enjoyed the fact there was no instant mating and sex fest. But I also found I wasn't won over by Sean. I liked Jack and I liked the idea that the wolf had been inside him all along I assume. But sadly this lost points in the way Sean turned. I just don’t buy it. I prefer Jacks over time change than Seans immediate transform. <3 2.5 starsTransf [...]

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