In Gateway, when you need to meet someone, there’s no-one better than sexy, flirty Hayward to get you just what you want-or at least have a good time trying. Bridges is a novella written by Kyell Gold, published by FurPlanet in , featuring front cover and interior art by Keovi. Amir wants to meet a guy outside of a bar. Kinzi wants someone who won’t cheat on him. Vico just wants a quick lay. In Gateway, when you.
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Kory was having enough trouble in high school. His kyel just dumped him, his poetry made him a target for ridicule, and college applications were looming. The very last thing he needed was to fall in love with another boy. If Sol can just survive his last year of high school, he can escape his homophobic small town and go live with his Internet boyfriend for the summer.
But when he loses his starting spot on the baseball team and kkyell to vegetarianism – a wolf, giving up meat!
His teammates, who suspect his sexuality already, won’t make it easy for him. Football season is over, and in the wake of fold tumultuous year, Lee and Dev decide to take this quiet time to think about their relationship.
But as their friends and family draw the couple into their own issues, the offseason becomes anything but quiet. Watching the failures and successes of the relationships close to them gives fox and briddges a lot to think about, but they must decide for themselves whether their love is strong enough to overcome the obstacles in their way, namely each other. When Alexei seeks the help of a ghost to bridge with a swaggering bully, he gets the strength and confidence he hopes for.
If in the process, he hurt his best friend Sol, well, he can make it up to the wolf later.
Bridges by Kyell Gold
Things get worse when the ghost, an old Siberian soldier, demands that Alexei give up his gay life, which Alexei fled his home country for. The young fox is resolved to send the ghost away–until his sister, left behind with their abusive parents, falls into mortal danger from which briidges the ghost can save her. Meg’s always thought that love and ghosts are fantasies for gullible people, but her skepticism is about to be tested. As her roommates Sol and Alexei move on with their lives, Meg remains stuck in her rut, unsure what to do about her future or about her best friend Athos.
He wants more than friendship from her, but she isn’t sure whether she’s straight or gay, let alone in love with him. Not helping are the strange trances that show her the lives of two other young girls – one who wants to be a voodoo priestess, and the other who wants to escape a Christian cult. Summerhill is a dog with a problem: He isn’t exactly sure who he is. Living kkyell in a desolate world as its only inhabitant, he has no memories of his previous life – only the tantalizing clue that the answers he seeks may lie with a mysterious woman named Katherine, the hostess on a cruise ship that sails between dimensions.
Ox was 23 when murder came to town and tore a hole in his head and heart. Brides boy chased after the monster with revenge in his blood red eyes, leaving Ox behind to pick up the pieces. It’s been three years since that fateful day and the boy is back. Except now he’s a man, and Ox can no longer ignore the song that howls between them. Once upon a time, in an alleyway in the slums of the City of Lockes, a young and somewhat lonely boy named Sam Haversford turns a group of teenage douchebags into stone completely by accident.
Of course, this catches the attention of a higher power, and Sam’s pulled from the only world he knows to become an apprentice to the king’s wizard, Morgan of Shadows. Furry fandom is a recent phenomenon, but anthropomorphism is an instinct hard-wired into the human mind: It lives on today – not just in the sports mascots and cartoon characters we see everywhere, but in stage plays, art galleries, serious literature, performance art, and among furry fans who bring their make-believe characters to life.
Among kylel scattered fringe cities bordering the Cienbal desert, the true name of the Monster of Karth is spoken only in whispers A sellsword of the utmost caliber, Raz is a killer of paramount skill and highest regard.
Towering tall even amongst the atherian, he is the only of his kind to live free in the “civilized” confines of mankind’s varied cultures. He has no need of loyalties, his sole affections pledged to the gold crowns that buy his time and skills. Regarded as the strongest wolf shifter in generations, Alpha Zev Hassick is surprised and confused by his attraction to his best friend.
His very human, very male best friend. A male shifter has to mate with a female shifter to keep his humanity, so shifters can’t be gay. Yet, everything inside Zev tells him Jonah is his true mate. Zev and Jonah know they’re destined for each other, but they must overcome traditions ingrained over generations and long-buried secrets to fulfill their destiny.
Visit the magical animal world of Brian Jacques in this thrilling prequel to Redwall.
Long before the abbey of Redwall is built, the land is known simply as Mossflower, a lush woodland and happy home to all. That is, until Tsarmina, a cruel wildcat queen who demands obedience and offers the castle’s dungeon to those who defy her, comes along.
Brian Jacques’ tales of courageous heroes and deliciously hateful villains have captivated countless readers. When my ex walks into the resort bar with his new husband on his arm, I want nothing more than to prove to him that I’ve moved on. Thankfully, the sexy stranger sitting next to me is more than willing to share a few kisses in the name of revenge. It gets even better when those scorching kisses turn into a night of fiery passion. Turns out the stranger’s brother is marrying my sister later this week.
He promised to never leave me. But when I needed him the most, that was exactly what he did. Wilderness guide Xander Reed has spent fifteen years trying to forget the night he turned to his best friend in his darkest hour, only to find the young man who’d sworn to always have his back was turning his on Xander instead.
Two thousand miles and fifteen years kyel building a new life in the quiet backcountry of the Rocky Mountains should have been enough to put the memory of Bennett Crawford out of his mind. On November 22,three shots rang out in Dallas, President Kennedy died, and the world changed.
What if you could change it back? In this brilliantly conceived tour de force, Stephen King – ggold has absorbed the social, political, and popular culture of his generation more imaginatively and thoroughly than any other writer – takes listeners on an incredible journey into the past and the possibility of altering it. Cursed by a good witch in a remote corner of Waristan, Special Ops Captain Jason Wolfe finds himself transforming into a creature of local legend, a lupine referred to in fearful whispers as Blue Wolf.
To break the curse, Jason must join a war between ancient tribal foes: In a battle spanning from the peaks of Central Asia to the valleys of Manhattan, Jason will push himself to the breaking point.
Gustavo Tiberius is not normal. Everyone in his small town of Abby, Oregon, knows this. He reads encyclopedias every night before bed. He has briidges pet ferret called Harry S. He owns a video rental store that no one goes to. His closest friends are a lady named Lottie with drag queen hair and a trio of elderly Vespa riders known as the We Three Queens.
Amir wants to meet a guy outside of a bar.
Kinzi wants someone who won’t cheat on him. Vico just wants a quick lay. In Gateway, when you need to meet someone, there’s no one better than sexy, flirty Hayward to get you just what you want – or at least have a good time trying. But when Hayward himself needs someone, who will be there to help? Excellent descriptive writing, good dialog, convincing and deep characters.
Almost a series of vignettes describing the ripples caused over a year by a gentle, generous, haunted main character. There are spot-on portraits of depression, love, self-sacrifice, loss, grief, and extraordinary kindness. What’s different and surprising, and in Gold’s hands works very well, is that the novel’s world is one of gay ggold — anthropomorphic animals — complete with hot sex scenes.
In Gold’s other novels, he uses the variety of animal species as a proxy to meditate on racial gol sexual prejudice. Here, he exploits the psychic distance “animal” characters give to let his audience study and understand what can be the best in humanity.
This was my first audio book I ever listened to, and I have loved every second of it! The story had its very hot and intimate scenes, which are really well described so you can imagine every thing that happens. The ending is so heart warming, and you really feel sympathy with the characters. A must read for other furries out there! Id say this is defiantly one of my favorite stories told by Kyell Gold by far because of his ability to tell a story based around several different characters that move the story in interesting directions.
It feels like he created these characters as if they are real, in a way to what each of us has probably went through at some point in our life or another. Which in turn, made me feel more attached to the story and something I could relate to. Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
If there is anything in particular I have to mention is the ending, or rather there of “endings” for each character in this story has their own ending and it flows so smoothly when each and every one of them comes to a conclusion.
The final ending alone I would say, ends it on such a perfect note that it made me a bit emotional, but very filling. Id highly recommend listing to this book if you like deep character development and a complex way to tell a story around that involving relationships. This book is extremely sexual but is not the star of the book. I still tear up at it. I think about myself in the situations and how I would react.
How much I am like the characters. It touches me so much to read it. I really enjoyed this audiobook. The narrator’s performance was excellent, and the story and characters were well written and touching.
I enjoy his writing style. I would love to see his whole catalog on hear. What was your reaction to the ending? It was good, but it could have been more engaging. Could you see Bridges being made into a movie or a TV series? Who should the stars be? I think it would make for an interesting concept.
Considering the quality of film and television today, I’d rather not see this work abused by Hollywood. The problem with Bridges is simple.