A HOWL AT THE MOON (short story) by Nathan Squiers

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Book Description

Publication Date: February 12, 2013
Almost four years after falling victim to the cruelty of humans, Venir has nearly forgotten all about the ugly face of hate and prejudice. With the pressure to deny his true nature and the bitter scorn of homophobia left in the past, he’s finally found peace in the loving embrace of Ujop…… and, at last, he’s found happiness.But how long can it last?As hunters close in on Ujop’s trail and once again bring Venir into the world of pain and self-doubt that will force him to make an unimaginable choice:Flee from his troubles and from the loving embrace of Ujop…… or let the violent hate finally consume him.
I have read this short 16 page story.  Not only is it a quick read it is loaded with powerful social messages about the inappropriate hatred of those you don’t understand, true love of your partner and the difficulty in finding the freedom to be who you are in society.  Well worth the 99 cents to read this story. It is a M/M relationship but Nathan doesn’t focus on the sexual part.  It is very tastefully written with the emphasis on the emotional message he hopes you will take from the story.   If you read with an open mind, the message will stay with you for a long time.  Never stay silent, make your voice heard, be who you are and stand up for what you believe.
If you haven’t already, please take a look at my author highlight on  Nathan Squiers.  He has more books soon to be released and you won’t want to miss them.
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JBJ says
5 Hearts rating
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