Ball of Furry by Celia Kyle

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***This title is also available in the "Ridgeville Series Volume I" ebook bundle along with "He Ain't Lion" and "You're Lion".***

Perfectly plump Carly's paranormal-wererabbit world goes kablooey on the night of the semiannual Gaian Moon. While all of the furry creatures in Ridgeville decide to knock boots and make babies, the only thing she wants to do is hide from all of the weenie-swinging men, including her would-be mate, Neal. There's no denying he's hotter-than-hot, and her bunny wants him more than her next dandelion, but there's just one teeny-tiny problem. You see, Neal has wandering eyes, and a love for women that's even bigger than his home state of Texas. But, to her surprise, the lion pounces when she least expects it...and claims her before she has the chance to say "No."

Furry bastard.

As if her life isn't crazy just happens to get that much crazier when someone decides they want her dead.

Question is--can she survive whomever or whatever the hell is hunting her, while trying her damnedest to get over the fact that Neal had a life before he met her?

For both their sakes, she sure as hell hopes so.

Part of the "Ridgeville" series:
He Ain't Lion -
Available Individually and in Ridgeville Series Volume
You're Lion - Available Individually and
in Ridgeville Series Volume One
Ball of
Furry - Available Individually and in Ridgeville
Series Volume One
Head Over Tail
Fierce in
Deuces Wild
Sealed with a Purr
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About Celia Kyle

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Celia Kyle would like to rule the world and become a ninja. As a fall-back, she’s working on her writing career and giving readers stories that touch their hearts and *ahem* other places.
Published May 25, 2014 by Summerhouse Publishing. 96 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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