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T'was just before Christmas and all through the ship, Carols were playing and hot chocolate was sipped. A fall from above left Kiona in danger, What waited below was not from a manger. What will she find in the land of the Wolvenk? The adventure at hand is not what you think. Wounded and trying to survive the bitter cold, Kiona experiences the shock of her life when a wolf T'was just before Christmas and all through the ship, Carols were playing and hot chocolate was sipped. A fall from above left Kiona in danger, What waited below was not from a manger. What will she find in the land of the Wolvenk? The adventure at hand is not what you think. Wounded and trying to survive the bitter cold, Kiona experiences the shock of her life when a wolfy alien finds her. Thorn doesn't expect to sniff out an off-worlder--one unlike any he's ever seen--but he can't leave her to die. It's the cold season... And Thorn is the least of her worries. Warning: This story contains a non-human alien hero, mature content, graphic language, and tons of holiday cheer. Note: This takes place a couple hundred years before the start of the Women of Dor Nye series and can be read alone.


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T'was just before Christmas and all through the ship, Carols were playing and hot chocolate was sipped. A fall from above left Kiona in danger, What waited below was not from a manger. What will she find in the land of the Wolvenk? The adventure at hand is not what you think. Wounded and trying to survive the bitter cold, Kiona experiences the shock of her life when a wolf T'was just before Christmas and all through the ship, Carols were playing and hot chocolate was sipped. A fall from above left Kiona in danger, What waited below was not from a manger. What will she find in the land of the Wolvenk? The adventure at hand is not what you think. Wounded and trying to survive the bitter cold, Kiona experiences the shock of her life when a wolfy alien finds her. Thorn doesn't expect to sniff out an off-worlder--one unlike any he's ever seen--but he can't leave her to die. It's the cold season... And Thorn is the least of her worries. Warning: This story contains a non-human alien hero, mature content, graphic language, and tons of holiday cheer. Note: This takes place a couple hundred years before the start of the Women of Dor Nye series and can be read alone.

30 review for Wolvenk Holiday

  1. 4 out of 5

    Kelly

    I kinda, sorta love alien/human romances. Especially when the alien is non-humanoid as heck and the human is allllll over him. Kiona and Thorn certainly fit that bill. He's a sentient wolf alien and she's an unwitting woman dropped on the surface of his planet after a bone-headed mistake by one of her co-workers. (Seriously, the dude is a serious bonehead. Serious.) When Thorn finds Kiona, she's injured and freezing. He's not quite sure what to make of her and her hairless self, but he can't let h I kinda, sorta love alien/human romances. Especially when the alien is non-humanoid as heck and the human is allllll over him. Kiona and Thorn certainly fit that bill. He's a sentient wolf alien and she's an unwitting woman dropped on the surface of his planet after a bone-headed mistake by one of her co-workers. (Seriously, the dude is a serious bonehead. Serious.) When Thorn finds Kiona, she's injured and freezing. He's not quite sure what to make of her and her hairless self, but he can't let her die when he could easily do something about it. Throw in an unexpected kidnapping to a town ripe with holiday cheer, a lonely alien who just wants somebody to love, a run through the forest that culminates in some sexy time, and plenty of orphaned pups who need their own pack and I am one pleased reader. Seriously, I always like sexy runs through the forest that end with two VERY satisfied characters. *thumbs up* -Kelly @ Reading the Paranormal

  2. 5 out of 5

    Shyla Colt

    This was a one of a kind story with smart science minded woman,fate at play, and a battle for survival. I loved the action, quirky retelling and explanations of today's traditions. I wasn't sure what to expect with this, but I was pleasantly surprised. If you're expecting the traditional werewolf that turns from man to beast, this isn't the story for you. We're looking at a completely different species. The take on aliens on other planets was what drew me in originally. This was a one of a kind story with smart science minded woman,fate at play, and a battle for survival. I loved the action, quirky retelling and explanations of today's traditions. I wasn't sure what to expect with this, but I was pleasantly surprised. If you're expecting the traditional werewolf that turns from man to beast, this isn't the story for you. We're looking at a completely different species. The take on aliens on other planets was what drew me in originally.

  3. 4 out of 5

    JoAnn

    I’ve always loved this authors Women of Dor Nye series and this little short was no different. It was a super sweet and hardly humanoid smutty read. Again I think Poppy’s specialty is making you fall in love with the most alien looking aliens in romance these days. Anyways this short sucks you in, I started it at like midnight thinking I would just read about half... obviously that didn’t happen and read the whole thing.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Stacie Mcelrath

    Cool take on Christmas This is my first story by this author. I loved it! What an original take on Christmas. A really cool blending of Christmas folk tales, future humans and really awesome wolf people. I really dug the dwarf yetis, too. Please read this story. I really loved everything about it, except Chad, he sucked. Oh, well, I like to think he got a whole bunch of coal in the end!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Tina

    A Wolvenk Holiday Merry Christmas! Absolutely loved this story. Kiona and Thorn were a great couple. Loved how they interacted together. The world building was outstanding and well thought out. The supporting characters were just engaging. I really enjoyed this book and I would recommend. I would love to read more about this world.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Kristy Mills

    I love Poppy Rhys. She is a one-click buy for me. But I was a little let down with this book. I knew it was a short one going in, but I was disappointed by the lack of relationship building in this. She has a great story telling ability, and she comes up with great storylines, but this one just missed the mark for me. For such a short story, there was too much other stuff going on I wanted to fall into Thorn and Kiona's story, but they almost took a backseat to the overabundance of Christmas the I love Poppy Rhys. She is a one-click buy for me. But I was a little let down with this book. I knew it was a short one going in, but I was disappointed by the lack of relationship building in this. She has a great story telling ability, and she comes up with great storylines, but this one just missed the mark for me. For such a short story, there was too much other stuff going on I wanted to fall into Thorn and Kiona's story, but they almost took a backseat to the overabundance of Christmas themed things happening around them.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Elvira Watson-ocampo

    Love love love! I have read all of this authors books and I absolutely love her I wish she had more out because I am definitely starving for more! This was such a cute warm fun loving novella and I can’t wait to see more from this author she is my absolute favorite!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Tiblu

    Aaaaaaaaaaa,I’m really not sure how to feel about this .... I’m really not sure how to feel about this . “Novella “ or not ,this is really this fr a story. Almost tracing paper thin. Toilet paper at the hospital thin, but then again tracing paper was my thought at the time I was there. Novella or not doesn’t have to mean insubstantial or something overly light. From Google ( you friend and mine: no·vel·la /nəˈvelə/ noun noun: novella; plural noun: novellas a short novel or long short story. ⚠️ Might be Aaaaaaaaaaa,I’m really not sure how to feel about this .... I’m really not sure how to feel about this . “Novella “ or not ,this is really this fr a story. Almost tracing paper thin. Toilet paper at the hospital thin, but then again tracing paper was my thought at the time I was there. Novella or not doesn’t have to mean insubstantial or something overly light. From Google ( you friend and mine: no·vel·la /nəˈvelə/ noun noun: novella; plural noun: novellas a short novel or long short story. ⚠️ Might be spoilers ahead ⚠️ Yeah, this doesn’t fit that definition at all . Now don’t get me wrong I’m not looking to be be mean here. I kinda liked this but it’s such an odd little story . Kinda like sticking sticking Cheetos in your ice cream ( I haven’t) but you might like it but it leaves you confused and slightly disgusted. Confused ? Well this book starts off ok’ish, w/this bumbling Dian Fossey wanna be who treats watching and studying the Wolvenk like she’s watching favorite show on animal planet crossed w/the “Jersey Shore”. And instead of watching them w/a purely Scientific eye like we would hope Ms.Fossey did with her gorillas. Krona n the other hand is lusting over one, wishing she could date him. Mmmmmmmmmmm,yeah,now while I know that’s the point of this really short story that is my second point . I’ll get back to it. Ok, well, right now of course after some bs from her huge d nugget of a useless waste of space coworker, Kiona does Nd up in the planet w/her lusted over Wolvenk . Once on the planet Kiona is an odd mix of brave,helplessly/hopelessly goofy and bumbling and yet oddly smart at times Thankfully she is quickly saved from both herself and the wilds of the planet by Thorn . The Wolvenk she’s been a lusting over. Thorn is highly intelligent and sentient and immediately feels himself oddly drawn to her and sets about to help save her from her injuries. They are barely getting acquainted with each other when they are kidnapped and taken away . Now this is where it gets truly odd as if a grown woman ( supposedly ) acting like a lusty teen treating a show on animal planet as a dating app. wasn’t odd enough. She and Thorn have now bonded somehow and can talk telepathically. Kiona is mentally and emotionally all over the place and seems to love to express every thought and emotion and even knowing he can her hear on both level s, she runs around expressing it all like a two-year-old on a sugar rush . Poor Thorn is left fearing for her ppl if they are all like her. She goes from fearing for their safety one second when they are surrounded by creatures that seem like a cross between yetis and Ewoks and the next she’s running off to go ice skating and throwing snowballs at Thorn and running off into the woods and happily triggering his need to “mate” her. Which before she’d been wary of . Why ? Doing soo would cross a line and she’d lose her job. Her job? Yeah. That’s the problem with that. Right well she does . They do. Mate that is. And then a confusing turn our of left field happens and they’re face to face w/supposedly Santas arch nemesis. Yeah, I’ll leave it there. And while they get their HEA, it’s just kinda odd w/the twists and turns that don’t have the depth they need to be truly cohesive and makes sense the way they could or should . But as odd as all that was why really got me and made this contacting of a story,soo hard to be at ease was the line this plays soo closely w/ Now I’ve read some truly strange “love connections” in the “ Alien/Sci/if genre . Big blue barbarisms w/tails that purr on an icy ❄️ planet, a Minotaur on a galactic junk planet and a alien that’s been experimented on that’s now part man part 7ft. snake w/two cocks, books where human dna 🧬 has been mixed up to create “Kracken” . Part humanoid but with tentacles for legs. But not matter how extremely smart and sentient Thorn is ,and he’s definitely the smarter of the two,he’s still too animal like to feel right to me. When they first meet he’s scenting her all over the place just like you’d expect a dog would do. He sticks his nose everywhere . EVERYWHERE! Armpits and rears and crouch’s all have different and interesting smells an animal would want to check out and understand. Now while Shifters are my absolute favorite in the PNR universe . Thorn is too much animal ,not matter how intelligent and sentiment for me to feel comfortable with. He’s basically just a wolf who can walk up right and though he can think and feel at our level, he has the complete body of an animal. He’s like a werewolf who is always in his half turned state ,only he was NEVER a man . Ever. I loved and adored River the Wolvenk we are introduced to and this writer’s last story. Hell he was my favorite character in the whole story .and while he surely seemed The smartest one in the story at times he never felt like more than the family pet. Sure he was a heroin’s guardian and protector but he never felt on the level to be a love interest at all. Too weird

  9. 5 out of 5

    M S.

    Um Okay. What in the Christmas did I just read? I’m not saying it was garbage, just something I do not vibe with. Furries are a thing that exist so I’m not trying to kink shame. Quarantine is hard and we’re all just trying to get by, ya feel? People obviously like it, according to the reviews. Personally, I just can’t get past the weird Christmas world thing or the fact that she was copulating with a dogman. Or wolf or whatever. A humanoid body with higher intelligence, yes, but a Wolf/dog head. Um Okay. What in the Christmas did I just read? I’m not saying it was garbage, just something I do not vibe with. Furries are a thing that exist so I’m not trying to kink shame. Quarantine is hard and we’re all just trying to get by, ya feel? People obviously like it, according to the reviews. Personally, I just can’t get past the weird Christmas world thing or the fact that she was copulating with a dogman. Or wolf or whatever. A humanoid body with higher intelligence, yes, but a Wolf/dog head. A wolf face. When she kisses him, it’s a dog snout she’s kissing. When he bites, it’s a dog snout and teeth that’s biting her skin. Not like sexy people bites, but a dog. He was too much animal for me to not feel it crossed the line into bestiality. Not just by my account, but by the FMC’s inner thought process as well. “She straddled Thorn, her fingernails scratching his chest and neck after the umpteenth kiss he’d pressed for. The way he contentedly rumbled had her fighting the urge to ask, Who’s a good boy? Who’s a good boy?!” And “Giant paws and arms wrapped around her, and the errant thump of Thorn’s thick, shaggy tail gave the blanket a slight pulse.” He sniffs her all over like a dog. He howls when she sings like a dog. He licks her wounds like a dog. He growls like a dog. He wags his tail when he’s happy like a dog. His face is a literal dog face. When she looks at his dog face she is turned on by the look in his eyes—a dog’s eyes. I don’t look at my dog and think sexy thoughts, personally. Even if he grew a consciousness and someone transplanted his head on my husband’s hot ginger body. Nope. I guess it’s just too weird for me. I’ve read alien romances with furred beasty species before and it has been fine because they are more man than beast. I think there was just too much beast in this beast for me. Not my cup of rusty bog water.

  10. 4 out of 5

    OneDayI'll

    Quick little holiday read If you've made it to book 6 of the Dor Nye series, you've met a Wolvenk, River. This is set centuries before that, and weaves in some holiday themes as well. Kiona has an idiot for a lab partner. They share a small orbiting space station, studying a recently discovered sentient species called Wolvenk. Said idiot doesn't follow proper procedures and has them both abandoning the failing station. Kiona makes it to the planet's surface where things continue to go wrong. Unti Quick little holiday read If you've made it to book 6 of the Dor Nye series, you've met a Wolvenk, River. This is set centuries before that, and weaves in some holiday themes as well. Kiona has an idiot for a lab partner. They share a small orbiting space station, studying a recently discovered sentient species called Wolvenk. Said idiot doesn't follow proper procedures and has them both abandoning the failing station. Kiona makes it to the planet's surface where things continue to go wrong. Until something goes very right. Her favorite subject, 339, finds her freezing in the forest and, well, things are definitely looking a lot better. Spoilers ahead. A lot of liberties are taken in the telling of this short story. Go ahead and suspend reality now. It will make the reading more enjoyable. My biggest question is I thought the Wolvenk was what the soldiers were called? Drones were called Wolvenkin in previous book. If he's able to mate, he'd be a Wolvenkin, right? With the race called both Wolvenkin and Wolvenk at different times, and the 2 titles applying to certain castes as well, I will admit to a little confusion. I'm skipping past all the holiday tie-ins because they didn't do much for me, honestly, but it would be fun to revisit the Wolvenk/Wolvenkin planet later on. I adore River and would like a better look at his society. PS: I know they sort of had to paint Kramps in a bad light, but pup stealing? And why were some of them in bad homes? Honestly, those are the reasons for the low stars. Usually Ms Rhys earns higher from me, because I love her zany FMC and the messes they find themselves in. And she does such an amazing job of world building. This one, due to its brevity, didn't have her usual flair. But I'll always keep my eye out for the next!

  11. 5 out of 5

    JML

    What a lovely Christmas tale Who would not want to meet their very own wolf man, wake up in a fantastic Christmas village and meet a friendly Krampus !!💖 so much fun from beginning to end. Kiona is a sociologist skulking I a space station during the Christmas holiday. She stuck on board with an idiot named Chad who's a big bah humbug ! The station becomes over fun with rodents because of stupid Chad and emergency procedures take place. Kiona has to crash land on the planet she's been researching What a lovely Christmas tale Who would not want to meet their very own wolf man, wake up in a fantastic Christmas village and meet a friendly Krampus !!💖 so much fun from beginning to end. Kiona is a sociologist skulking I a space station during the Christmas holiday. She stuck on board with an idiot named Chad who's a big bah humbug ! The station becomes over fun with rodents because of stupid Chad and emergency procedures take place. Kiona has to crash land on the planet she's been researching and observing. She crashes and her adventure beings she's hurt and the Wolvenik that finds her is Thorn. He's the male she's been observing for months. he saves her and makes sure Kionas wounds stay clean and heal. They both find each other fascinating. One minute they are getting to know one another the next they are taken and when they wake up they find themselves in a village dedicated to Christmas. Kiona is thrilled and Thorn is cautious ! Here their bond is fulfilled and love blossoms between the two. 💖 They both meet the being responsible which turns out to be a Krampus of Earth 's old legends. Misunderstandings are c!dared up and Christmas brings all beings together. I loved it. And I have to be honest I love the Wolvenik this is a species is love to read more about!💖

  12. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

    4½⭐︎ rounded up. First, if you are at all adverse to non-human aliens who lack humanoid features and thick kissable lips...just go read something else. Seriously. You can see the cover. You know what you're getting into. For everyone else? This is short, sweet, and a fun little tie-in to the Xmas holidays, complete with a Krampus. No high-stakes drama or peril, just a nice smooth read. It's very nearly a perfect story, but I wish Ms. Rhys had been more bold and taken things a little farther than 4½⭐︎ rounded up. First, if you are at all adverse to non-human aliens who lack humanoid features and thick kissable lips...just go read something else. Seriously. You can see the cover. You know what you're getting into. For everyone else? This is short, sweet, and a fun little tie-in to the Xmas holidays, complete with a Krampus. No high-stakes drama or peril, just a nice smooth read. It's very nearly a perfect story, but I wish Ms. Rhys had been more bold and taken things a little farther than she did. I would not mind visiting the Wolvenk again and finding out what happens with Thorn and Kiona—(view spoiler)[and Dolly and Kreg while we're at it—and their adopted little pack. (hide spoiler)] .

  13. 4 out of 5

    Mercy

    She has spent months looking at this male specimen, she feels curious about life on the planet. She then has to evacuate the station and falls down into a lake, swimming up a creature bits her and fights it. She ends up dragging herself into a semi-safe place but falls asleep in delirium. And surprise surprise her wolvenk finds her. He finds her infection and tries to heal her. From there on stuff become a bit fairytale-like, the sex is great, but don't think it feels anything else than sex with She has spent months looking at this male specimen, she feels curious about life on the planet. She then has to evacuate the station and falls down into a lake, swimming up a creature bits her and fights it. She ends up dragging herself into a semi-safe place but falls asleep in delirium. And surprise surprise her wolvenk finds her. He finds her infection and tries to heal her. From there on stuff become a bit fairytale-like, the sex is great, but don't think it feels anything else than sex with a vastly different species that closely resembles a wolf.

  14. 5 out of 5

    eevee

    Heroine doesn’t really act like a researcher when she drops into an alien planet. Also felt the ending was a bit weird and leaning too much into the Christmas thing, a bit too abruptly at that. And it wasn’t even erotic — I think they have sex once. The rest is just the heroine lusting after the hero. Also constant POV switches, especially during intimate scenes, are maybe not the best choice. Sometimes there are only a couple of paragraphs separating POVs. Wouldn’t keep on my shelf or reread.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Heather ANN

    Great Christmas story I loved that we finally got a book for our lovable “Wolf”. This is a Christmas love story if I ever read one. A great add on to the series we all love and crave more of! Kiona falls from the sky and lands into the arms she truly belonged in. But her and her mate are captured and taken to a Christmas world unlike any she’s ever seen. If this her greatest dream come true or does the Christmas world hold something a little different?

  16. 4 out of 5

    Colleen

    Not what I was expecting, I assumed it to be a shifter story, not so. Also, can't trust Top Shelves, one listed it as Fluff and another as Smut. I am not creating a new shelf so it's a HEA SF paranormal for me (with sex). I am pretty much done with human males (real-life) so exploring males in other forms could become my new fantasy. My first read by this Canadian author and while 4-stars is somewhat generous, I will indeed be looking to read more of Ms. Rhys creations. Cheers Not what I was expecting, I assumed it to be a shifter story, not so. Also, can't trust Top Shelves, one listed it as Fluff and another as Smut. I am not creating a new shelf so it's a HEA SF paranormal for me (with sex). I am pretty much done with human males (real-life) so exploring males in other forms could become my new fantasy. My first read by this Canadian author and while 4-stars is somewhat generous, I will indeed be looking to read more of Ms. Rhys creations. Cheers

  17. 5 out of 5

    BAK

    So so primitive Not what I was hoping for. Pretty primitive species. Only a bit of Christmas excitement at a section. So can they have babies together or not? And I disliked that this alien species could not kiss. The author did a good job twisting in lore of the holidays on Earth to explain where it could have come from.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Marlena

    Reading this novella was so strange but in a good way. The idea of a Wolvenk and human pairing was not my favorite, but I really had to be open to something different. I appreciate this novella for pushing me out of my comfort zone. I definitely enjoyed having a quick read that wasn't too heavy. Just perfect! Reading this novella was so strange but in a good way. The idea of a Wolvenk and human pairing was not my favorite, but I really had to be open to something different. I appreciate this novella for pushing me out of my comfort zone. I definitely enjoyed having a quick read that wasn't too heavy. Just perfect!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    Cute as could be This is a lovely story, with lovely people who get what they wish for & deserve. Lots of holiday cheer & smiles all around. Well written, and edited, the word is unique yets fits with the rest of the series. Worth a read! Even Chad Q got what he deserved, the taint weevil.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Myia

    This book was an interesting read for sure. I do like alien / human romance books and this one was a tiny bit different to all the blue skinned alines I’ve been reading about recently. There was insta love and I would have preferred that it happened a bit slower but I did enjoy this book. One question...is there ever going to be a series with more Wolvenk?

  21. 5 out of 5

    Krista

    Cute story with some heat, hea- good for a palate cleanser between series Kind of strays more into- dare I say it- bestiality than I am comfortable with, but its fiction folks so we can all deal with it as fantasy. Not really my fantasy ( all that dog hair!) but a sweet story. I liked it best from Thorns POV. And the Christmas connection was a little convenient.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Kizi

    I love Poppy Rhys, but this book was a mess. One chapter he cant understand her the other he cant read her mind. One minute he didn't understand her anatomy (petting her like a puppy) the other she was his Alpha (mate) and they start making out.... not one of her best... Instead of focusing in learning each other she threw a weird a lot and forgot about the development. I love Poppy Rhys, but this book was a mess. One chapter he cant understand her the other he cant read her mind. One minute he didn't understand her anatomy (petting her like a puppy) the other she was his Alpha (mate) and they start making out.... not one of her best... Instead of focusing in learning each other she threw a weird a lot and forgot about the development.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Romance

    Cute novella that plays off Christmas myths. This is no shifter novel. The hero is alien but he looks like a wolf. While an intelligent being his appearance does pose a hint of beastiality. It’s a cute story and cute couple, though. I found it humorous that he’d get irritated that his tail would wag when he got happy around his mate.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Pearl

    Wonderful! Love the new Wolvenk! Thorn is such a bada$$ alpha! Kiona finds herself in the care of Thorn after her pod crashes on his planet. They soon get to know each other while celebrating the holiday in an alien way. Great read! Wish There was more!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Imee Benzon

    ***Wolvenk holiday*** It's a sweet and short romantic story. It's not bad but I would have like to have more backs Tory on Wolvenk and the kramps? Anyway it's a good beginning it became sugary sweet in the end though but it's a nice sweetness. ***Wolvenk holiday*** It's a sweet and short romantic story. It's not bad but I would have like to have more backs Tory on Wolvenk and the kramps? Anyway it's a good beginning it became sugary sweet in the end though but it's a nice sweetness.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Country Goose

    Twist Ending! Cheesy! Oh, so cheesy, but I loved every bit of it. The sex could have been better, the love between Thorn and Kiona could have been rounded out a bit more, but overall, I call this a good little story.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Debra Owen

    thank you, such a fun Christmas story absolutely fully enjoyed this novella. would love more stories with all these different species, including the mini-yeti. loved your take on the origins of Santa

  28. 4 out of 5

    shannon Stubbs

    Interesting The Wolvenik show back up again in this book in the series. This time they act more sentient and less like a dog. So instead of platonic devotion they're a little more in this story. Add in a Christmas themed planet and you get one interesting story. Interesting The Wolvenik show back up again in this book in the series. This time they act more sentient and less like a dog. So instead of platonic devotion they're a little more in this story. Add in a Christmas themed planet and you get one interesting story.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Amber

    Too cute This is officially my favorite book by Poppy, it was tooth achingly sweet, perfect pace for a shorter story, and had great world building. Out of all her characters Thorn and the Wolvenks are my favorite, I hope she posts more from this world soon.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Bubbles The Book Pimp

    Bloody fantastic seasonal read! Engrossing from the start to finish this was a brilliant and original tale. With flashes of mythology and paranormal romance all tied up in a sci fi vibe. I loved Thorn ♥️ My only grumble... that it ended and I wanted More!!!

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