Cyn-Sights: Marrok In Fangs In Fur

By on January 20, 2013

Some reading buddies have asked about the hero’s name in Fangs In Fur.

Marrok is a nod to Allen French‘s 1902 storySir Marrok: A Tale Of The Days Of King Arthur.

(Allen French’s story is a nod to Marie de France’s 12th century story – Bisclavret)

Sir Marrok was cursed by his faithless wife to live as a werewolf.

In Fangs In Fur, the modern Marrok, the sexy King of the Wolf Shifters, finds a faithful, loving mate in Helena. Yeah, I like everyone to eventually get their happy ending.

By Cynthia Sax
Now Available From Changeling Press
Fangs In Fur

I’m Helena and I’m no delicate flower, my rough touch making former paranormal lovers cry. I’m looking for someone big and strong and preferably not a wolf, especially not that alpha wolf I have stalking me.

I’m not attracted to him — no matter how wide his shoulders or how high his pain tolerance. I’m not that foolish. Lasting relationships between wolves and vampires are forbidden, and this male has the gleam of forever in his wild eyes. He is determined to make me his mate and that, I know, will break the fragile peace between our species.

There’s a thin, blood-red line between enemies and lovers. I’m about to cross it.
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