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2016 Rainbow Awards: Softpaw (Smilodon Pride #1) by Beryll & Osiris Brackhaus (366-08-31-2016)

Softpaw (Smilodon Pride #1) by Beryll & Osiris Brackhaus
Gay Paranormal Romance
Series: Smilodon Pride
Paperback: 250 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; First Edition edition (May 23, 2016)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1522882979
ISBN-13: 978-1522882978
Amazon: Softpaw (Smilodon Pride #1)
Amazon Kindle: Softpaw (Smilodon Pride #1)

Connor’s life used to be the dream of any cultured werecat. He spent his days in Paris’ gay quarter with comfortably little real work, playing the piano, surrounded by art, fine food and good friends. Now, a feral vampire preys on the prostitutes of ‘his’ quarter, killing the boys of the Marais one by one. When Connor invites a newly arrived hooker to stay on his houseboat, the last thing he expects is Michel to be a member of the Brigade Criminelle - a troubled, hunky rookie cop sent undercover to explore Connor’s connection to the murders, picked mostly because he had been a boy of the Marais himself, not so long ago. Hiding their true natures becomes a problem for both when their inital attraction becomes much more than they ever thought possible. But in order to bring down the serial killer and maybe have a chance at making their relationship work out, one of them will have to take the first, critical leap... This standalone paranormal m/m romance about cops and rent-boys, werecats and vampires is the first book of the ‘Smilodon Pride’ collection.

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