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She Shifters [Paperback]

Delilah Devlin

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16 Aug 2012
She Shifters is an original collection of sensual short stories that dive into the dreamy otherworld of readers' darkest desires. Edited by prolific erotica author Delilah Devlin, a top line-up of contributors weave rapturous tales of myth and fable with an erotic twist. Traditional lycanthropes and feline familiars appear, as well as more obscure, lesser-known mythologies from around the world. She Shifters' expertly crafted, inventive tales celebrate feminine power, lust and erotic love.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars A few hits, a few misses 24 Dec 2013
By Nicole - Published on
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Sixteen short stories about lesbian shape-changers. The collection does a good job of being diverse - I don't think I read more than one werewolf story. Others were about ravens, seals, dragons, tigers, panthers, and even (my favorite) a quetzal. I liked that this collection wasn't Eurocentric. There's a variety of cultures and shape-changing legends from around the globe, and that was nice.

I certainly enjoyed some stories better than others. Some were really good and others were just dumb. Here's some highlights.

My two favorites by a wide mile:

"Verde" by Anna Meadows. It was original and well written. It wasn't especially erotic... more romantic I'd say. But it was vivid and had a nice tone, and I learned what a quetzal was.

"Nine Days and Seven Tears" by J.L. Merrow. I very much enjoyed this sea tale about a lesbian selkie. It was atmospheric and sexy all in one go.

Other stories that I liked:

"All the Colors of the Sun" by Victoria Oldham. A surfer finds a phoenix on the beach. That one was fun.

"Sweetwater Pass" by Angela Caperton. I've always had a soft spot for westerns. This story about a were-cougar reminded me a little of Pat Murphy's "Nadya."

"Scorched Retribution" by Christine d'Abo. A woman returns to her dragon mistress after a ten year absence. A bit on the narrative side, but interesting and sexy.

"Bound with Bronze" by Chris Kouju. Two elemental guardians fight to protect (or destroy) sacred ground. This story had the absolute best setting.... Islamic Malaysia. It was a bold choice, and fascinating. I might have liked the story better, but the ending was perplexing.

Stories I could not make sense of:

"Catnip" by Delilah Devlin. This story was definitely the most sexual. But it weirded me out. I can't really explain why, other than I kept visualizing the protagonist getting boinked by Hello Kitty, and it wasn't a nice image.

"Sneak" by Giselle Renarde. I appreciated this story because it was original - a young prostitute is transformed into a mouse. That's the best thing I can say for it - it's original and it's also well written. It's also sexually violent, and has a weird theme that I just didn't really understand. It's not a bad story... I just couldn't make sense of it.

Stories I disliked:

"The Night Crow" by Paisley Smith. A raven holds the soul of a woman murdered long ago. You know, I've enjoyed all of Smith's other stories, but this one didn't do it for me. I thought it was boring.

"She's Furry Yiffy" by Adele Dubois. Dumb. I'm not even going to describe it. Just dumb.

"Thwarting the Spirits" by Michael M. Jones. I couldn't get into this one. Jones has a good reputation as an author and editor, so I gave this story a second try, because I wondered if I was prejudiced against a male author writing lesbian stories. But no, I just didn't like it.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Awesomely Erotic Fun! 19 Aug 2012
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I seriously loved this collection. Normally in any given anthology, there are a few stories, sometimes up to half, that just don't do it for me. In this collection, there was only ONE story that made me shrug and flip the pages to get to the next one, with the rest of them being entertaining, erotic, and often quite fun. Stories range from dragons and fair maidens to liaisons with cat people to selkies and shape shifting shaman, many of which tugged at the heartstrings as well as turning me on.

This collection could have been fantastic or it could have been awful, and it was definitely the former. It combined sexy, sensual lesbians, the magic of changing forms, and the skill of talented erotica writers into something I am so glad I read. I would totally recommend these stories to anyone who loves women who love women.
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Hot Hot HOT 21 Mar 2013
By Christine Houser - Published on
I am always looking for new books to read and when I got my hands on this I was intrigued because I have never read Lesbian erotic stories. OMG it was so hot. Of course I jumped to Catnip first and I loved what the Kitty did with her tail. The rest of the book was smoking hot. I was so turned on by it that my husband got an extra surprise at night when we went to bed. I look forward to more from Delilah and she has a bright future and her books are always welcomed on my shelf.
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Enjoyed 18 April 2013
By Romancing the Book - Published on
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Reviewed by Stephanie O.
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Beautiful women . . . or so you would think at first glance. Lust filled pages, tender touches, beautiful imagery, are all things that make this anthology a steamy, leave you breathless kind of read.

*Warning* Do NOT read sitting in your car, guaranteed to fog the windows and thus encourage the attention of any passerby to inquire as to the reasoning behind said fogged windows.

In The Night Crow by Paisley Smith

Tennessee to London, what would have one woman traveling this route? Dreams . . . that's what would have this journey taking place. It hasn't been safe to sleep at home, but falling asleep on the plane should be just fine. Surely, these "dreams" won't come while on a plane full of people ...

Traveling this distance all because of dreams, SANE or INSANE? Only time will tell. Short tale of heat, lust, witchcraft, all around fight for understanding that will leave one breathless.

Nine Days & Seven Tears by J.L. Merrow

Island life - stuck in time, never changing.

What can you learn in nine days? Sometimes, a cool touch is all that is needed to help an island girl find her path in life. A short story that shows what a person can figure out in nine days and seven tears. A shapeshifting seal can be all a girl needs.

Totem by Karis Walsh

Alaska, beautiful land and home to things unknown. Even in the unknown . . . everyone wants love, right?

Thinking she has her life figured out, traveling back to Alaska seems like the perfect way to put an end to the past and move on to the future. It's not always that easy . . and in the end, will the mind or heart win out?

Just samples of what you will find in this anthology. 15 authors, 16 stories of Lesbian Paranormal Erotica. Each story packed full of lust, heat, and loving women. Stories that will leave you panting . . . and possibly looking around with wonder . . . are things really as we see them to be, or . . .

Simply put, a must read for anyone with an open mind about the love that can be shared between women, as well as open to the thoughts that things aren't always what they seem.
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Haven't put it down since it arrived! 15 Dec 2012
By S. Walker - Published on
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
Amazing stories, that touched all my senses, it was only one story that throw me to the left a bit, but i still give it 5 stars because i didnt feel it took away from the book. I recommend if you have a thirst for the wild and uninhibited. Get this book!
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