Dawg Town: Bad Dawg by Lena Austin

Dawg Town: Bad Dawg by Lena Austin
Publisher: Changeling Press, LLC
Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal
Length: Short(26 pages)
Other: M/M
Rating: 4 cherries
Review by: Tiger Lily

One OTR trucker. One leather-clad biker. One very special town…

Finding himself stranded in the middle of Nowhere, Kansas, Loren comes face to face with his favorite fantasy. Hard to say which turns him on more, the ’69 Shovelhead, or Bad Dawg — the bronze god of a biker in the seat.

But can there be any future for men whose livelihoods pull them in opposite directions? And what’s with all the Prairie Dawgs all over the place?

Sometimes the truth isn’t what you want to believe, but it’s what’s in your heart. What happens when you realize that truth with the one person you never thought existed? You just might lose your heart.

Intrigued? Then you need to read Dawg Town: Bad Dawg.

This is a unique series of stories. Ms. Austin’s Dawg Town, even in the short stories, feels like a real place. You see different stories by different characters, but it’s all a family. In this edition, we get the story of Bad Dawg aka BD, the leader of the Prairie Dog Biker Gang. He’s shown up in other stories, but here he gets his say.

I like this story because even though it moves fast, you can feel a building passion between BD and Loren. And though Loren comes across as a bit weak at first, you can’t help but want to see him find BD and make the relationship work. I liked the unconventionality of the relationship, both had their own lives leading in opposite directions, but the love blossoming between them seemed to be enough.

When they made love, you felt the passion and the desire as if you were a part of the coupling. Even when they weren’t making love, the repartee was still charged with strong feelings.

If you want to read a fun short story about renegade Prairie Dog shifters, then you need to read Dawg Town: Bad Dawg. I give this short story 4 cherries.


  1. Thank you, Tiger Lily! I’m so glad you enjoyed the book.

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