Man Vs Wild

Survival show star Foxxe Wylder thinks his season ending show in Yellowstone may be as stale as his career, and he s ready for a break prowling the urban jungles back home He didn t plan to hit a coyote on the road, nor that the charming little canine would turn his world upside down.Reno never wanted pack life, and the idea of finding a mate and raising a litter of pupsSurvival show star Foxxe Wylder thinks his season ending show in Yellowstone may be as stale as his career, and he s ready for a break prowling the urban jungles back home He didn t plan to hit a coyote on the road, nor that the charming little canine would turn his world upside down.Reno never wanted pack life, and the idea of finding a mate and raising a litter of pups isn t on his wish list Neither is being hit by Foxxe s SUV Then, Foxxe s producer gets an idea Foxxe will release the cutest coyote on TV back into the wild, now that the vet has taken care of him However, one stubborn coyote has ideas of his own.
Man Vs Wild Survival show star Foxxe Wylder thinks his season ending show in Yellowstone may be as stale as his career and he s ready for a break prowling the urban jungles back home He didn t plan to hit a coyo

  • Title: Man Vs Wild
  • Author: Lena Austin
  • ISBN: 9781605211183
  • Page: 494
  • Format: ebook
  • 1 thought on “Man Vs Wild”

    1. My only complaint about this book and the others in the series is that they're all short. There just seems like there should be more story to tell about all 3 sets of characters. All the books end on a good note, but I'd love to read more.

    2. The third story of this series set in Yellowstone focuses on a survival show star who loves the city life, but makes a living by surviving the wilderness in front of a camera, and a coyote shifter who leaves his pack because he is desperate to find out how to be a human, and what all these creatures get up to.Foxxe fears that his career as a “survivalist” on TV may come to an end, at the very least he feels bored. Once he runs into Reno, everything changes and he finds himself far more attra [...]

    3. Not the best short I've read. A lot of names pop up that were probably used in previous shorts by Lena Austin, but which just distract the reader for no reason. Foxxe is a character I could really learn to like, and Reno as well, but once Reno shifted to human and all of a sudden had issues talking in a stilted language - though it didn't stop him from saying paragraphs on paragraphs of convo at a time - it annoyed me. If I was a shifter who rarely turned human I might have trouble speaking, yes [...]

    4. For me it's the best book of this series and I give 5 stars till the last 4 pages, I don't like the "fairytale" end.

    5. Reviewed by: DonPublisher: Changeling PressGenre: Shape Shifter (Male/Male)Check out the review on heartsonfirereviews/

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