A different take on the traditional M/M werewolf romance topic: less romantic, less traditional, more disturbing and with more conniving wolves, vampires and humans. -- Book1 of the MetaWolf series. All 8 MetaBooks, MetaViews and MetaPrompts are already online: http://www.gayauthors.org/story/johnar/metaprompts.
Fate is the 8th and final book of the MetaWolf series: a polarising, sexist, homophobic, politically incorrect and twisted story in the M/M wolf shifter genre. While it features the usual Meta ingredients (insecure nerds, bottom wolves, illoyal enforcers, scheming vampires and a disturbingly sadistic Fate), it will twist the concepts of what's true and what's just a wanking fantasy. It requires the knowledge of all previous 7 MetaWolf books and of the MetaPrompts until 90 'Fort.'
Little snippets set in the MetaWolf universe, inspired by prompts, of different length, posted in irregular intervals, mostly dark, sometimes light-hearted or steamy, always adding to the overall story. Most likely not enjoyable without being familiar with the MetaWolf series (Meta, MetaOrigins, MetaShadowLands and MetaBattles so far).
MetaEndings is the 7th book (of 8) of the MetaWolf series; a polarizing, sexist, homophobic and twisted story in the M/M wolf shifter genre. Treachery reaches a new level, vampires employ a new level of trickery, the US Army intervenes and cancer threatens to kill all wolf shifters; making a Meta trip on his power and failings alike. It is a 'straight' continuation of MetaProphecies and requires the knowledge of the first 6 MetaBooks and the MetaPrompts until #72 to be appreciated.
Nathan Valencus after turning twenty has had his marriage arranged. As normal as that is for a noble man in the land of Victoria, he's not looking forward to it. Inexperienced and sheltered, yet with a sharp wit, Nathan hopes to make sense of his new life, and the husband who demands a pure spouse.
MetaProphecies is the 6th book (out of 8) of the MetaWolf series, a polarizing, politically incorrect and twisted story in the M/M wolf shifter genre. As usual you will find treacherous wolves, scheming vampires, (few) sexual oddities and a Meta you want to hug and kick at the same time. It is unlikely you can enjoy this novel without having read the first five books of the series and MetapPrompts until prompt 474 'Zero' (#54).
MetaDeaths is the 5th MetaWolf book, a 'polarizing' and politically incorrect series of the M/M wolf shifter genre; with odd wolves (submissive enforcers), odder humans (a Meta), and even odder vampires, only outdone by one queen that is a queen in more ways than one. It is highly advisable to read the first four books in the series (Meta, M-Origins, M-ShadowLands and M-Battles) and the M-Prompts until chapter 35 before this book. -- 'You should have chosen differently.'
MetaBattles is the 4th MetaWolf book, a ‘polarizing’ and politically incorrect series of the M/M werewolf genre, with kinky sex, non-traditional wolves (scheming betas, raping enforcers and gamma assassins), a Meta suffering from PMS, and nine vampire queens – only outdone by a pack on ‘‘roids au naturel.’ –- It is advisable to read the first three novels (Meta, MetaOrigins and MetaShadowLands) before and MetaPrompts in parallel: http://www.gayauthors.org/story/johnar/metaprompts
This disturbing take on the M/M werewolf genre continues 7 months after book 2 (MetaOrigins). Kinky sex, non-traditional wolves (a semi-submissive alpha, cocky betas and illoyal enforcers), a Meta, disturbing twists and a stream of conniving vampires, human assassins and uppity wolves – only outdone by a queen. -- It is advisable to read books 1 and 2 (Meta and MetaOrigins) before book3 and MetaPrompts in parallel. - http://www.gayauthors.org/forums/topic/40241-metaseries-ranting/