Naughty Netherworld Press is excited to announce that Lil DeVille's hot novelette, The Beasts of Hank's Wood, was selected for inclusion in the forthcoming Beastly Tales anthology, now available for pre-order.
Genre: Paranormal, Supernatural, Shifters
Length: Novelette (14,000 words)
Heat Level: 5 Flames (nuclear blast)
Blurb for the Anthology
Monsters deserve love too…
From werewolves, vampires, and even Bigfoot, these beasts manage to find love. Whether they are able to sink their claws into that love and keep it is another story. When it comes down to it, don’t judge a book by its cover. This anthology brings a mixture of what ifs and happily ever afters.
Featuring stories from T.C. Mill, A.K. Moss, Toni Mobley, Barend Nieuwstraten III, Ashley L. Hunt, Charles Kyffhausen, Lil Deville, Kelly Piner, Jess Monica, and Karen Bayly.
Graphic sexual content is included within this anthology.
Blurb for The Beasts of Hank's Wood
Joe Schola III is the eighteen-year-old son of Joseph Schola Junior, a fire-and-brimstone preaching Fundamentalist televangelist. While young Joe is far less homophobic than his father, he is struggling to come to terms with his own sexual orientation. Will Joe dare accept the invitation to become part of a clan of shapeshifters, and will he accept the love being offered to him by the handsome fox shifter Lovell Azarola?
When I was a senior in high school, my televangelist father provided me with a list of ten colleges he recommended. I selected Elk Grove Christian College for Men, located in Parsard, a bedroom community of Billings. Mountain Ridge Christian Women’s College was located in nearby Coboia. I knew I wanted to be involved in athletics, and EGCC had a thriving sports program. I initially considered joining the rugby team, but Dad wanted me to play football. My height and weight were just right for a quarterback at six feet one and 225 pounds.
Pre-order for $1.99
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