Tuesday, December 8, 2015



Author:  Tabatha Austin

Publish Date:   2015

Publisher:  Tabatha Austin

Category /Genre:  Canadian Erotica, Paranormal, Humor

Recommended for:  18+ due to sexual content

Received from:  Tabatha Austin (via instaFreebie in exchange for an honest review)

Date completed: 11.11.15

Goodreads link: Taken by the Weremoose

Description from the publisher:

Genre: Canadian Erotica - Supernatural Erotica

Rescued from a car accident by a moose on the loose, Jennifer's surprised her rescuer isn't an ordinary animal but a weremoose.

Cursed for the greatest of Canadian sins (besides hating hockey), Brandon was forced to remain a moose until he learned to be polite. Now able to switch to his human form after decades of celibacy, he is ready to make up for lost time.

After seeing the rugged muscled lumberjack, Jennifer is eager to show appreciation to her weremoose rescuer. Anything else would be impolite and that's not very Canadian.

This 6,900+ word erotica contains detailed descriptions of maple syrup sex with a hot Canadian lumberjack weremoose shifter. It is intended for the enjoyment of adult readers only (especially those who love shifer erotica with a touch of humour).

Author's note: This is a full-length, standalone story. No cliffhanger.


This is a stand-alone story of Canadian erotic humor.

Do not take it seriously!  Relax, sit back, sip on some hot chocolate, and prepare to laugh.  After all, the best sex does include some giggles!  Oh wait, you may want to skip the hot chocolate – I’d hate for anyone to burn their nose when they snort it through!

In this Word porn for women is provided with a healthy dose of humor, Canadian-style.  I have to admit I lost count of the number of times I laughed out loud.  Some were for the intended humor, and some laughs just because it was so ridiculous.  Don’t get me wrong; I’m not calling it ridiculous because it was horribly written.  It’s not, though it could use a bit more editing.   My assessment is a nod to the author’s obvious intent to poke fun at the Canadian stereotype – hockey, politeness, Tim Horton donuts, moose, and Canadian Tire Money (a loyalty program from one of their tire companies).

I loved the story just because it made me laugh so much.

Grammar/editing:  B – a few small errors

Other Books from Tabatha Austin:  tabathaaustin.com


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