Fitting In by Meyari McFarland
A Matriarchies of Murin Novel (The Matriarchies of Murin) (Volume 3)

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On the matriarchal world of Muirin, sixteen-year-old Cadfael of the Dana Clan knew many things; most importantly that he was miserable living in his family's home. Unfortunately, every time he left home he faced harassment that sent him running straight back. Trapped between his personal safety and everyone else's expectations, Cadfael didn't see a way for things to change. But then he was sent on a surprise trip around the world to Ntombi, a land of dark-skinned people, harems full of pampered men and two siblings who seduced his very soul. Ynes, general of the Ntombian armies, spoke to the part of his heart that wanted to be protected and listened to. Macario, her only brother and leader of the men's harem, tempted Cadfael on a much more physical level. Ntombi seemed to be the place he'd always looked for and never found but his family's history and the political forces in Aingeal and Ntombi made it seem impossible that he'd ever get to claim a life with Ynes and Macario. Cadfael had a choice to make, a dare to face and the only hope for a happy life for the three of them rested in Cadfael's frightened hands.

About Meyari McFarland

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Meyari McFarland has been telling stories since she was a small child. Her stories range from adventures appropriate to children to erotica but they always feature strong characters who do what they think is right no matter what gets in their way. Meyari has been married for twenty years and has no children or pets. She lives in the Puget Sound, WA and enjoys the fog, rain and cool weather that are typical here. When vacation times come, she and her husband usually go somewhere warm like Hawaii or they go on their own adventures to Japan and other far away countries. Her life has included jobs ranging from cleaning motel rooms, food service, receptionist, building and editing digital maps, auditing and document control.
Published March 16, 2013 by Mary M Raichle. 472 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, Romance. Fiction

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