Triskaidekaphilia Book 3
Nothing is quite so deliciously freeing as caving to your instincts. For centuries, shapeshifters have personified our impulse to bow to our animalistic nature. From lycans to skin-walkers and everything in between, shapeshifters give us a chance to connect with our inner-selves and celebrate our intriguing differences, our passions, and ultimately our humanity through their necessity of striking a balance between their human selves and supernatural selves. Featuring stories from Trece Angulo, Meg Archer, Gretchen Bassier, Jaap Boekestein, Nancy Canu, Clint Collins, Michael M. Jones, Liz McAdams and Nidhi Singh.
From Tender Meat (writing as Trece Angulo):
Xephron opened his folio again. He did in fact draw his own kind, but in a fantastic way and not as the living, breathing creatures they really were. He wondered if this fool would know the difference.
When he turned back the knight had settled into the basin. The Wyrm Ironblood had indeed hurt him sore, the scar very pink, almost red, against the creamy pallor of his torso. Xephron had seen naked villagers before, of course, when they were washing in the stream or urinating. But the knight was of different stock from them. His health and vigor gave him the appearance of having a deep, kindling glow within.
“Why do you stare so, young Zef?” Argaive said with some humor. The servant had left him a knotted rag and he took it up to wash himself.
“I had no idea you knights were so … uninhibited.”
The previous two books in this series, Legendary and Ravenous, are available on Amazon.com.