Juliet had the right idea. Sometimes it doesn’t matter if your love interest is in the rival family or gang or clan or…a Sasquatch because love wins, my friend.
My latest novel is a sexy Sasquatch shifter story. Shifted in Seattle and answers all sorts of questions for believers and nonbelievers alike, such as:
Why has no one ever, in all these many years of stories and searching and sightings, captured a Bigfoot. Dead or alive?
Why have there been no Bigfoot bones excavated?
Why do nearly every nation and native peoples have Bigfoot stories passed down through oral tradition since time immemorial?
Sasquatch is the most universally common name for the enigmatic, hairy, humanoid creature, which has eluded capture for centuries if not longer. The term Bigfoot wasn’t coined until 1958 when a set of mysterious tracks were found in Del Norte County, California.
The Yeti is considered an entirely different beast. As is the Abominable Snowman. Even so, it’s my contention that they are all the same species, carefully concealed through the years by a curious ability and the help of native peoples.
In China, they are known as Fei Fei and Ye Ren, which means Wild Man. In the Democratic Republic of Congo, they are known as Mystery Apes. In Australia, they are the Yowie. Brazilians call them Mapinguari.*
No matter what flavor of Sasquatch you have in your neck of the woods, know one thing; Sasquatches need love too.
Shifted in Seattle – Coming Oct. 3, 2016
No one’s ever captured a Sasquatch.
Sasquatches have roamed the Pacific Northwest for centuries, hiding in the wilds of the northern territories and protected by the Lummi nation.
When Seattle author Ethan Lane’s secret is exposed after a first date with Ruby Parsons goes wonderfully right, then horribly wrong, he’s faced with betraying his clan or losing his only chance at true love and a normal life.
Sometimes love gets hairy.
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