Holiday Howlz: Hawlin’ Hawg by Lena Austin
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: Contemporary, Holiday, Paranormal
Length: Short Story (23 pgs)
Other: BDSM, M/M
Rating: 5 cherries
Reviewed by Tiger Lily
In the six months since Loren left his biker lover back in Barkus, Kansas, they've never said those three important words. Now Loren's coming back, and silent BD has plans that involve bungee cords and a motorcycle to prove his love.
Coming home never felt so darned good.
If you love the Dawg Town prairie dog shifters and their rag-tag community, then you need to read the latest, Holiday Howlz: Hawlin’ Hawg.
I loved reading about Loren and Bad Dawg before. You can’t help but feel for these two very different men. There is a ton of emotion in this little bitty story. Loren is a truck driver who just wants to get back to the one man who makes him feel whole and since he’s hard-pressed to open up to anyone—his devotion to Bad Dawg is tender to read about.
The descriptions in this story hook you from the beginning and the budding love between BD and Loren keeps you thinking long after the last page. The details and nuances of BD and Loren make this story a wonderful read—it’s like reading about a pair of your very own friends.
The love scene in this story could be portrayed many ways, but Ms. Austin writes it in a tender, beautiful way that leaves you sighing and knowing these two men care deeply for each other.
If you want a story that packs an emotional punch as well as sizzles the computer screen, you need to read Holiday Howlz: Hawlin’ Hawg. I give this story 5 cherries.