Bury farm is a story about being different, exploring the possibilities of compromise.When the beast enters a world dominated by man, battle is inevitable.Jack Wood was handsome, dark and mysterious. He wasn't the youngest but he was the one who chose to take one step further: Jack had a hunger no other man would ever understand, but it was his greed for knowledge and hisBury farm is a story about being different, exploring the possibilities of compromise.When the beast enters a world dominated by man, battle is inevitable.Jack Wood was handsome, dark and mysterious. He wasn't the youngest but he was the one who chose to take one step further: Jack had a hunger no other man would ever understand, but it was his greed for knowledge and his wanting to be like everyone else which would test to the full his true survival instinct.As a youngster Jack experienced the education he craved: As a young man he worked alongside those he thrived to be like: out amongst those he was told should be avoided Mr. Jack wood the adult, experienced love: a love which was to divide those who should remain united. Meeting in college the young couple Jack and Trixie were happy, but after five years of togetherness would Trixie Hampshire still love and remain loyal to her man. Once the truth was revealed? Would Jack be able to continue to keep his secret? Or would his need to be like everyone else, threaten the survival of his kind beyond repair.Crossing into mans world meant facing dangers never before experienced. A new world introduced new rules and new routines, as each adapted to a whole new way of living, none saw the dangerous. Out alongside civilisation, each had a secret which must be kept. Instructed never to cross breed, none must ever feast upon human flesh, but rules were made to be broken and sometimes man fails to tame the beast. Life within the boundary restricted isolation should have been idyllic. Together they were strong and as a family they were loyal, but as individuals each struggled to keep hidden the fact that they were not as they seemed.In a land where the moon was not forever full and freedom held restrictions. Wood was to be this families name and Bury Farm this family’s home. In what was to be their new world things would be different, no longer would what had been routine be regarded as natural nor accepted as necessary.A family of farmer’s, self contained and self sufficient: That was how others were to perceive the Wood family of Bury Farm. What they were, could be seen to be mythical monsters living on the edge of civilisations, hovering over the invisible line which instinct urged each to cross in order to fulfil the needs of the beast within, that was the truth. That was the werewolf....
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Bury Farm Reviews
When Trixie meets Jack, she falls head over heels for him. Jack is everything she's ever wanted in a man: he's tall, mysterious and broody. She accepts quickly that everyone has a few skeletons in the closet, which makes him appear even more fascinating. Not in her wildest dreams would Trixie have guesses the secret Jack's really hiding.Jack belongs to a werewolf clan who lives among humans. For many years he followed their rules: feed, but never mingle with mortals in order to avoid the often unavoidable. Never get close to them. Never let them into your heart. Because he cannot control his nature when he hunts at night, letting the beast inside him out of the cage, he's become a loner, albeit a mysterious and sexy one. Until he meets Trixie. Never before has he been more ashamed of what he is. The more he falls for her, the more he discovers some secrets are better left unsaid. But Trixie isn't stupid, and soon nothing can hide the tiny cracks in Jack's façade.I thought Bury Farm was an enjoyable read with plenty of twists. Jack is as mysterious as he is sexy, and Trixie's a clever heroine with a great voice and wit. I liked the mystery of the story and the hidden paranormal elements, such as the lifestyle of the werewolves and their history. I also liked how the romance progressed and how I came to feel like I knew the characters by the end of the book. All in all, a great read that I would highly recommend to fantasy and paranormal romance readers.
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