Subspecies - Guest Review by Matthew Morrison 

In Subspecies, Mike Arsuaga suspends the readers disbelief in horrific mythical

creatures by creating realistic settings, emotive characters (creatures,

really), and a very compelling plot.  The reader is initially lured into what

appears to be a fast paced Action/Adventure/Mystery.  Only too late does the

reader discover that this is actually a classic love story of Vampire meets

Lycan.  Mike Arsuaga explores, in detail, the frequent and varied expressions of

the couple's monster love.  Even after spilling the blood of innocents, he stuns

the reader with a style that eventually evokes sympathy for the plight of these

poor predators. 

Author of "Subspecies, Inc." Best Erotic Book for 2011 on

            the Preditors & Editors Reader's Poll. The sequel

            "Children of Subspecies" won Best Cover. Both are

            continuations of award winning  "Subspecies" about the deep

            love between two special beings as they shepherd lycans and

            vampires (The Subspecies) to their destiny within Creation.

            Coming soon, episodes four and five, "The Tenth Legion" in

            February and "Lagrange Point" in May.

Check out the full synopsis and excerpts of all stories at http://mikearsuaga.weebly.com

            or http://cynthiaarsuaga.weebly.com


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