Just released: The first three installments of the popular Werecat series bound together for the first time in paperback!
Werecat: The Trilogy includes The Rearing, The Glaring, and the recently released The Fugitive.
Werecat: The Trilogy by Andrew J. Peters
Paperback: 256 pages
Publisher: Vagabondage Romance (November 14, 2014)
Amazon: Werecat: The Trilogy
Twenty-two-year-old Jacks Dowd is on a mission to drown his past in alcohol when he meets the handsome drifter Benoit on a lost weekend in Montréal. It's lust and possibly something more. Jacks never suspects that a drunken hook-up will plunge him into the hidden, violent world of feline shifters.
Benoit traps him in an arcane ritual to be joined as mates, from which Jacks emerges with fantastical abilities and a connection to Native traditions that were buried by his family. But his new existence pits his human instincts against his wild animal nature. When Jacks meets the young medical student Farzan, who wants to be with Jacks no matter what or who he is, Benoit's feline jealousy rages like an inferno.
Jacks must figure out how to survive with his dual nature and a boyfriend who will kill any threat to their relationship. When a secret society called The Glaring shows up with a plan to exterminate humankind, Jacks will have to work quickly to gain command of Benoit's magic before the world shatters into a war of man against beast.
To celebrate the release, the author Andrew J. Peters is hosting a giveaway contest through November 20th at The Romance Reviews. Enter for a chance to win an e-book copy of The Rearing, Werecat: Book 1 and discover the origins of the story. Or pick up a copy of the full story at Amazon or Barnes & Noble.
About the author:
Andrew J. Peters is the author of the Werecat series, the young adult novel The Seventh Pleiade, and its follow-up Banished Sons of Poseidon forthcoming in 2015. He grew up in Buffalo, New York, studied psychology at Cornell University, and has spent most of his career as a social worker and an advocate for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender youth. Andrew has written short fiction for many publications, and he has been a contributing writer at The Good Men Project, La Bloga, YA Highway, GayYA, and Layers of Thought among other media. He lives in New York City with his husband and their cat Chloë. For more about Andrew, visit: http://andrewjpeterswrites.com
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