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At all changes early one morning when Lara Burns the Madison Wolves alpha introduces herself much to Michaela's chagrin Lara explains to Michaela that we only want to talk but when a werew. I will preface this review with the admission that paranormal fiction is generally not my cup of tea I prefer other forms of speculative fiction and I think part of it is because paranormal fiction tends to have romance central to many plots and there is often some sort of imbalance in those relationships human dating a vampire human dating a werewolf vampire dating a werevampire hybrid etc This is the story of Michaela Redfur a werefox whose life as an employee of the US Fish and Wildlife Service in Wisconsin is disturbed by a group of wolves looking for information about another pack trespassing on their territoryThe GoodI honestly felt engaged through the novel and finished it after staying up ridiculously past my bed timeLesbian romance is most always a plus for me and what was wonderful about this book was the fact that the tension did NOT stem from any of the characters stressing about coming out There is one line later in the novel from the antagonist about going against the natural order but it doesn t make the bulk of his disagreement with the protagonists and doesn t become a whole tirade against homosexuality I really appreciated this It s part of why I very rarely enjoy YA LGBT novels I personally don t like reading coming out stories I also appreciated that it had a plot That I actually cared about It was a romance and there was some fluff but it didn t sidetrack into porn without plot it was actually rather tame and I appreciate that as well Room For ImprovementAs is the case with many self pubs this could have used some editing of various types There were typographical errors as well as some pacing issues especially where the relationship was concerned I think things were forgiven too easilyThe thing that bothered me the most and why I didn t give it 4 stars was the relationship imbalance between Michaela and Lara It was addressed multiple times but it still gave off the feel of an unhealthy relationship I don t expect immediate perfection but there were some things that Lara did where I felt she should have conceded Alpha or no I don t know I might have to think about it some Overall it s a decent read especially if you enjoy supernaturalparanormal fiction

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Fox Run by Robin Roseau

Olf comes knocking on a tiny delicate foxes' front door Michaela knows talking is the last thing in the wolfy mindThis novel is 93000 words and is the first in in The Madison Wolves Series. I have to start by saying that I m incredibly frustrated with this seriesGeneral but no specific spoilers I ve read up to the 14th book at this point so this is about the series not necessarily this book in particularI really want to like it and there are aspects of the story that I thoroughly enjoy I find the mythology to be interesting and the overall storyline to be compelling My problem is the characters themselves They are often one dimensional and there is virtually no growth throughout the series Add to that the fact that their behaviour can often times be erratic or straight up out of character The most troubling thing by far however is the deeply abusive relationship that is central to the story namely that between Lara and Michaela although there are other terrible relationship dynamics to be found here theirs is by far the worstThe Alpha of a werewolf pack falls in love with a fierce and independent werefox Interesting dynamic The werewolf then spends the next several years of their relationship using emotional psychological and physical bullying as well as her authority as a pack leader to strip her partner of everything that makes her fierce and independent Through broken bones incarceration horribly manipulative behaviour and a variety of other methods the alpha takes the fox s home her job her choices and her freedom And the fox is uick to be convinced that it was all for her own good forgive and have make up sex every time If this is supposed to be romantic then i am truly concerned for the author and anyone who buys into it This entire series reads like a manual for domestic abuse I m serious The author seems to have some notion that this behaviour can be likened to a Ds relationship Absolutely notRelationship dynamics aside I also have a comment on the various sex scenes that appear in the books As a lesbian reading lesbian sex scenes I have to say i feel zero interest when I hit them in this series whereas I m normally uite interested I m left to wonder if the author has ever actually had lesbian sex or at least consulted a sexually active lesbianbi woman in the editing process I m a completist Once i start a book or series I m compelled to finish it That definitely became a problem here There are many times that i became so deeply frustrated with this series that i wished i could put it down Despite the decent storyline and mythology I would never pick up another bookseries by this author Domestic abuse simply isn t sexy or something i want to read about

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Michaela Redfur is a were fox living a uiet life in Bayfield Wisconsin She has a uiet job that gets her out of doors and avoids the werewolves as if her life depended on it Which it doesTh. 25 starsPros New were culture aspects I hadn t read about before Foxy Michaela is a really engaging characterCons Inconsistent characters Repetitive Insta love Chemistry is lacking Editing issues Story lacks structureI wanted to like this one but character inconsistency pretty much killed most of the enjoyment I had for this book Michaela goes from I won t forgive you another time to forgiving everything no matter how many times she gets abused or betrayed And Lara goes from apologetic to doing what s necessary damn the conseuences which ends up with abuse directed at Michaela Not to mention she imprisons Michaela at first to keep her safe and then does a 180 and sends her in dire danger to takes some photos for her I m just sitting there not believing what the F I m readingAnd then there s insta love They talked a couple of times in a short time span and suddenly I love you starts dropping and again I m baffled about what the heck is happening The base ingredients and the author s writing style are good A competent editor could have shaped this up into a good book I hope the series get better later on so for now I ll continue reading


10 thoughts on “Fox Run by Robin Roseau

  1. says:

    I actually read this book about a year ago but have hesitated before putting up a review for reasons I will explainThis is an okay book not great but not outrageously bad I found it a little perfunctory in a number of areas but it was fineSo why the low rating?I call Catfish on this author as he was uncovered as being the heterosexual male author Joe Larsen He is also apparently Julie P Lynde Now I don't have an issue with anyone writing

  2. says:

    The title should be Lesbians Guide to domestic abuse I would recommend a trigger warning The main character is abused by her girlfriend constantly forced to do what she wants because she has greater physical strength isolated and when she is finally treated in such a way that would have made me instantly think this is a book about empowerment and leaving your abuser Lara apologizes and all is forgiven So if the

  3. says:

    25 starsPros■ New were culture aspects I hadn't read about before■ Foxy Michaela is a really engaging characterCons■ Inconsistent characters■ Repetitive■ Insta love■ Chemistry is lacking■ Editing issues■ S

  4. says:

    meh shrug It was ok if you like your Les Lit to be completely stereotypical Knowing now that it was written by a man pretty much explains it not that I take issue with a man writing Les Lit just the bad stereotype variety One side of the relationship is a super butch muscular alpha personality and the other is a small delicate and hyper femin

  5. says:

    I rarely give low rating to me 3 stars is considered low The story is nice I actually love the main character Michaela I love how witty cunning smart and bold that she is However I definitely have problems with the other main character which is Lara Lara was fine at first she definitely gentler than most wolf However think about it In term of human's concept about love her actions screamed control dominance a

  6. says:

    I will preface this review with the admission that paranormal fiction is generally not my cup of tea I prefer other forms of speculative fiction and I think part of it is because paranormal fiction tends to have romance cent

  7. says:

    I sooooo love the paranormal genre and when this come with a good lesbian romance I'm in heavenwell this book is wonderful in both waysI found always difficult to relate to a 1st person speaking book but this have controlle

  8. says:

    Some rocky bits but I really loved it a lot It was really funny and there were cute parts as well

  9. says:

    I have to start by saying that I'm incredibly frustrated with this seriesGeneral but no specific spoilers I've read up to the 14th book at this point so this is about the series not necessarily this book in particularI really want to like it and there are aspects of the story that I thoroughly enjoy I find the mythology to be interesting and the overall storyline to be compelling My problem is the characters themselves They are often one

  10. says:

    The only things stopping me from giving this book 1 star were the fact that there was no annoying tensionplotline due to Lara and Michaela's sexuality and that the storyline itself was decent Unfortunately those are the only positive things I can say about Fox Run By all means give this book a read if you relish controlling and abusive relati