The Howl And The Pussycat
by Ann Cory, werewolf (2008)
Samhain Publishing, $2.50, ISBN 978-1-60504-071-4
The Howl And The Pussycat is the Little Red Riding Hood tale come true for Jacquelyn MacKenzie. She is hoping at first that attending a Halloween costume with her boyfriend Ted will help give their increasingly lukewarm relationship a much-needed heating up. Her plan is simple: she'll be Little Red Riding Hood with a basket full of sex toys and lubricants while Ted will be the Big Bad Wolf that will ravish her in a kinky all-night-long post-Halloween party shag. Alas, she is all dressed up ready to go when Ted calls and tells her that he thinks they should see other people. But she shouldn't worry. A real Big Bad Wolf is on her tail. Baldric, our werewolf hero, catches scent of her and the chase is therefore on.
You know this one, I'm sure. Mate, mate, come with me, you can't say no because you want my werewolf willy so bad, mate, mate, mate, oh baby, mate, mate, mate. Of course, with this being a short story, it's not as if Ms Cory has much space to spread her wings even if she wants to. Therefore, if you still can't get enough of that kind of werewolf stories and you need to have a quick fix right now, what are you waiting for? You know what you will get in this one.
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