4 Stars for Claw (Gothika #3) by Eli Easton, Jamie Fessenden, Kim Fielding #MM #Paranormal @EliEaston @KFieldingWrites @JamieFessenden1


Title: Claw (Gothika #3)
Author Name & Publisher: Eli Easton, Jamie Fessenden, Kim Fielding (Dreamspinner Press)
Publication Date & Length: April 13, 2015 – 220 pgs


Gothika: Volume Three

Beasts lurk in the shadows of wild and forgotten places and in the hearts and souls of men. They are the stuff of dreams and nightmares, but are they feral and savage, or just misunderstood? Creatures of myth and legend stalk these tales of dark desire and animal passions. Three men come face-to-face with such creatures and find they are much more than they seem. While there is danger, there might be unexpected benefits as well, if they can accept the impossible and dare to venture into the primordial regions where nature and the beasts still reign. Three acclaimed authors of gay romance explore the boundaries between man and beast and the place where their worlds overlap.

Isolation by Jamie Fessenden
When Sean’s marriage breaks up, he returns to his hometown, hoping to find the childhood friend who meant everything to him in his teens. He finds Jack living in a cabin, surrounded by the forest he always loved, and the two begin to tentatively repair their damaged relationship. But a large animal has been seen prowling around the edge of town, and soon Sean comes face-to-face with the beast. Jack insists the creature isn’t dangerous—it’s been coming around the cabin for years. It isn’t long, however, before Sean discovers a far more disturbing connection between his friend and the beast.

Transformation by Kim Fielding
After being caught in bed with another male student in 1886, Orris Spencer is declared an abomination by his wealthy father. Orris is promptly banished from their Fifth Avenue mansion and sent across the continent to Oregon. Now Orris must try to find a place for himself on his brother’s farm and figure out how to deal with life as a pioneer. When he’s called on to help protect the livestock from a predator, he’s not at all certain he’s up to the task. Then he meets Henry Bonn, a strange and intriguing man who lives in a cabin in the hills. Orris’s attraction to Henry may not be an abomination—but it may prove a greater danger than banishment.

The Black Dog by Eli Easton
Constable Hayden MacLairty is used to life being dull around the tiny hamlet of Laide on the north Scottish coast. They get occasional tourists, “monster hunters” interested in the local legend of the Black Dog, but Hayden thinks that’s only a myth. A rash of sheep killings, a murdered hiker, huge footprints, and sightings of the Black Dog force Hayden to rethink the matter. With the help of Simon Corto, a writer from New York doing research for a book about the Black Dog, Hayden tries to figure out why the enormous hound is reappearing. Hayden finds himself strongly attracted to another person for the first time in his life. But between the danger stalking the hills, Simon’s inevitable return to New York, and Hayden’s mother’s illness, true love may be more of a phantom than the Black Dog.

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Isolation by Jamie Fessenden-  3 Stars

Something was off about this one for me… First the rainwater from a paw print.  I could not help thinking really. Then just the way they were together, they just did not mesh well at all. The way they treated each other was more like friends who are also enemies not how lovers would.  I liked were the story was going but there was just a few things that just did not feel right to me with this one.  Then you were just left with no idea what happens between the two of them.
Transformation by Kim Fielding- 5 stars
I loved this story so much!  Poor Orris was banished by his father for being gay and went to live with his brother in Oregon.  His brother’s wife does not treat him well at first.  He tries so hard to help as much as he can but he is not used to working with animals and shooting guns.  This story grabbed me from the start and /I could not stop reading till I finished it.  I knew when he first meet the two wolves what would happen and then when he meet Henry I was so happy for Orris.  There was never any doubt in my mind that was his mate and who he belonged with.  I really loved the time period that the author picked for this story also. The epilogue was beautiful and a perfect ending to this story!  If anything I wished I could have read more about these two together.
The Black Dog by Eli Easton-  4 Stars
I really liked this story!  This being in Scotland and the legend behind the Black dog was really good.  I also really liked the characters in this one too.  Hayden the constable, who was trying to find out what was going on behind all the attacks.  Then there was Simon a best selling author who came from America to find out more about the legend for a book he was writing.  This one kept me guessing through most on this story on the edge of my seat.  I would never have guessed that was were it was going.  All I can say is Wow when you find out!!! This story was really good!
All together I really liked this book! I would definitely recommend this book!


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Eli Easton

Having been, at various times and under different names, a minister’s daughter, a computer programmer, the author of paranormal mysteries, a game designer, an organic farmer, an avid hiker, and a profound sleeper, Eli is happily embarking on yet another incarnation as a m/m romance author.

As an addicted reader of such, she is tinkled pink when an author manages to combine literary merit, vast stores of humor, melting hotness and eye-dabbing sweetness into one story. She promises to strive to achieve most of that most of the time. She currently lives on a farm in Pennsylvania with her husband, three bulldogs, three cows and six chickens. All of them (except for the husband) are female, hence explaining the naked men that have taken up residence in her latest fiction writing.

Kim Fielding

Kim Fielding lives in California and travels as often as she can manage. A professor by day, at night she rushes into a phonebooth to change into her author costume (which involves comfy clothes instead of Spandex and is, sadly, lacking a cape). Her superpowers include the ability to write nearly anywhere, often while simultaneously doling out homework assistance to her children. Her favorite word to describe herself is “eclectic” and she finally got that third tattoo.

All royalties from her novels Stasis, Flux and Equipoise are donated to Doctors Without Borders.

Jamie Fessenden

Jamie Fessenden set out to be a writer in junior high school. He published a couple short pieces in his high school’s literary magazine and had another story place in the top 100 in a national contest, but it wasn’t until he met his partner, Erich, almost twenty years later, that he began writing again in earnest. With Erich alternately inspiring and goading him, Jamie wrote several screenplays and directed a few of them as micro-budget independent films. He then began writing novels and published his first novella in 2010.

After nine years together, Jamie and Erich have married and purchased a house together in the wilds of Raymond, New Hampshire, where there are no street lights, turkeys and deer wander through their yard, and coyotes serenade them on a nightly basis. Jamie recently left his “day job” as a tech support analyst to be a full-time writer.


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