Hairy, Horny, and Over Here

Hairy Horny and Over Here Part of the First Time For Everything Daily Dose collectionPhotographer Ethan is pretty sure there s no such thing as a jackalope every bunny he s ever seen has been a cute little furry thing no

  • Title: Hairy, Horny, and Over Here
  • Author: J.L. Merrow
  • ISBN: 9781613720271
  • Page: 277
  • Format: ebook
  • Part of the First Time For Everything Daily Dose 2011 collectionPhotographer Ethan is pretty sure there s no such thing as a jackalope every bunny he s ever seen has been a cute little furry thing, not a dangerous, horned beastie But somehow he finds himself dragged into Parkhurst Forest to look for them by big, tough hunter Logan, who drives Ethan mad with continual commPart of the First Time For Everything Daily Dose 2011 collectionPhotographer Ethan is pretty sure there s no such thing as a jackalope every bunny he s ever seen has been a cute little furry thing, not a dangerous, horned beastie But somehow he finds himself dragged into Parkhurst Forest to look for them by big, tough hunter Logan, who drives Ethan mad with continual comments about his daintiness When the jackalopes lure Logan away, however, Ethan is left to the mercies of an escaped convict from the local prison Rescue comes from an unexpected source and Ethan discovers the true reason for Logan s personal remarks

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    1. This is such a funny story! From the banter between Ethan and Logan, to the storyline and the ending, this is a real hoot. Ethan's perspective on things is just hilarious, and the way he deals with the wild and dangerous jackalopes is just too cute.If you like heroes who come from opposite ends of the spectrum and don't immediately fall into each other's arms and if you appreciate some humor in your stories, you will probably like this book.

    2. I got this one because it was by JL Merrow and I’ve yet to find a book of hers that I don’t laugh out loud while reading. Well I didn’t exactly laugh out loud at this one but I adore the ending and the story is cute and fun. It’s a throwaway in that it’s not one I’d remember exactly and there isn’t much to the story but it’s fun, easy to read, and enjoyable so worth the few bucks. The short story jumps right into the action with British photographer Ethan out in the woods with an [...]

    3. When JL Merrow sets out to write a funny story she always succeeds with me. This one was a bit weird with mythical animals, but the humor was spot on.

    4. Omg! what a bunny tail!!! I mean funny tale. Love the satire. Kind of reminds me of an old b movie called "Night of the Lupine".

    5. When you need something to lighten your day and your mood, this delightful gem in a perfect choice. It is over the top, it plays on some stereotypes like the big bad American gun lover and made me laugh out loud in my office at lunch time.Logan was one of those American archetypes that makes you crazy. Big, brash, sure he’s always right, and that the US of A knows how to do it right, and everyone else is just beneath him. I know it’s a stereotype and certainly not true, but the character jus [...]

    6. And here I always thougt Jackalope is the translation for Wolpertinger Good thing I read JL Merrow's wonderful and cute short story because now I see that I was sadly mistaken, these two are totally different species. The Jackalopes seem rather nice and cuddly by comparison. Unfortunately my field trip next week will take me to the Thuringian Forest which is the home of the "Rasselbock" which is a dangerous hybrid of the former two animals. I need to find someone like Logan to accompany me ;) Th [...]

    7. Ethan the British photographer is accompanying Logan the American tough hunter when he is searching for the mysterious Jackalopes (homicidal bunnies with horns) on the Isle of Wight. (view spoiler)[Logan leaves Ethan to go in search on his own, and Ethan discovers the Jackalopes, he thinks they're cute and be-friends them. Ethan then gets attacked and taken hostage by an escaped prisoner, and Logan is unable to rescue him. But then the Jackalopes comes, and they attack the escapee, and incapacit [...]

    8. Um, what to sayI can't really argue that it's a good book, but it is cheap and it genuinely had me in giggles.I liked the banter between the two main characters but really the story is too short to get a connection to either, and I didn't feel any chemistry between them. It went from ambiguous to lust in a blinking and isn't convincing as a romance, though the ending can be read as HEA (if like me that's something you value).It works as a comic book romp about the woods, Blackadder references th [...]

    9. 3.5 starsEthan, a dainty British photographer, and Logan, a manly American hunter, set out in Parkhurst Forest in search of the mythical jackalope, Ethan is quite sceptical about possible threat in their quest… though a dangerous runaway criminal may change his perspective. Fortunately, fluffy killers and a worried Logan come to his rescue…This was good. So good. Funny, and sexy, and cute and hilarious. I’m still laughing. A short story to cheer up any gloomy mood.

    10. Very funny m/m story about a photographer and a hunter out looking for jackalopes in the woods on the Isle of Wight. I'd suggest reading this book in conjunction with I'll Tell You a Secret, Jackalope. :)

    11. Strange little story was not my thing. Two guys out hunting jackalopes and run into them and an escaped convict. I had no idea where this story was headed and wasn't thrilled when I got there. I didn't connect with the main characters. The most amusing part was the jackalope at the end. Just didn't do it for me.

    12. Less romance and more gay screwball comedy meets Marx Bros meets Monty Python with some Warner Bros cartoon action thrown in for good measure. Full of JL Merrow's trademark humour and some lines that made me laugh out loud.A short story that will bring a smile to your face.

    13. It was such a silly, hilarious and caricatural. And I had great time reading it. Even if main characters didn't really feel like potential lovers, their banter was amusing. (view spoiler)[ And those murderous rabbits I had a Monty Phyton's vision immediately when they were mentioned. (view spoiler)[ (hide spoiler)] (hide spoiler)]

    14. OMG. This was HILARIOUS! The whole Jackalope thing was hysterical - the "bunny whisperer," the American hunter, etc. Brilliant.

    15. Sex in the forest. Killer rabbits. An escaped prisoner. Monty Python reference. Bunny Whisperer.Hilarious and erotic as per usual, Ms. Merrow.

    16. Funny short story! You know it's going to be a funny one with jackolopes and images of Monty Python in your head!

    17. Such a funny short! You know it's going to be silly from the word "jack-a-lope", and images of Tim and the Holy Grail pop in your head.

    18. Loved it! I laughed out loud through most of it and underlined like a fiend. I adore J.L. Merrow's sense of humor. Fantastic quick read.

    19. Funny short story. Well written but not real deep and not much to the story. It was a rather humorous story though.

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