Wolf Unleashed

by Jessica Meats

Wolf Unleashed - Jessica Meats
Editions:Paperback: £ 9.99
ISBN: 1911486241
Size: 14.80 x 21.00 cm
Pages: 434
Kindle: £ 2.99
Pages: 405

Werewolves are kept as slaves. Exploited to perform dangerous labour, or kept as exotic pets by rich sadists who want a status symbol, werewolves have no rights.

When Crystal’s brother is bitten by a rogue werewolf, her family is advised to think of him as dead. But she refuses to forget him.

Looking for news from within the werewolf community leads her to purchase Thomas, a rebellious werewolf with a string of abusive former owners. Crystal and Thomas must learn to trust each other enough to help solve each other’s problems. Together, they can work to build a movement aimed at bringing rights and justice to all.

This is an urban fantasy, paranormal romance with a difference. It teems with intersectional issues of race, gender, and sexual identity. This is a story of injustice and anger, of love and compassion, of rebellion and hope.

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Pairings: M-F
Heat Level: 3
Romantic Content: 3
Ending: Click here to reveal
Character Identities: Bisexual
Protagonist 1 Age: 18-25
Protagonist 2 Age: 18-25
Word Count: 140000
Setting: English suburb
Languages Available: English

About the Author

Jessica Meats published her first novel, Child of the Hive, in 2009 and since then has written a selection of science fiction and fantasy novels and novellas. Some are light-hearted fun, like the ridiculously silly superhero parody The Adventures of Technicality Man, while others take a more serious tone, like Wolf Unleashed which explores themes of abuse, discrimination, and racism in a world where werewolves are fighting to be seen as people.

Working in the IT industry, Jessica uses her love of technology to inspire some of her creations, while letting her imagination run free with the rest. Alongside her works of fiction, she has also written some technical material, including a book on creating electronic forms for SharePoint.

As a bi-romantic, asexual author, she is keen to help drive the improve the representation of queer characters and to support other queer writers, especially in the SF&F space. This includes listing SF&F queer book recommendations on her website http://plot-twister.co.uk.

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