Snowfire: Foxy Lady by Marteeka Karland

Snowfire: Foxy Lady by Marteeka Karland
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Length: Short Story (14 pgs)
Other: M/F
Rating: 3 Cherries
Review by Wisteria

It’s mating season in the Magical Forest, and the Faery Prince is on the hunt for a special Snow Fox. If all goes well, he’ll capture the heart of his chosen mate.

Dalla won’t make it easy for him. Gualin will have to be master of the hunt if he hopes to catch his Foxy Lady.

Dalla is a Snow Fox who has always lusted after the handsome faery prince, Gualin. When she wakes one snowy winter morning to find him just out side her den, she sneaks out to get a closer look at him. When she realizes he knows she is there and he tells her he is looking for a mate, could it be her dreams come true?

A whimsical, fantasy story with a highly erotic spin which includes a wonderful description of both characters and the surrounding woods. The erotic side of the story was well written and colored a vivid picture complete with touch, sound and smell. A sensory delight.

As long as you don’t mind a heroine who retains fox like characteristics while engaging in sex (fur and tail), which felt a little bestial, you will find the story as interesting as I did. I thoroughly enjoy reading a story where the author really pushes the envelope with fiction and fantasy. I have to say that Ms Karland certainly has done that very well with this story.

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