A Wolvenk Holiday
T'was just before Christmas and all through the ship, Carols were playing and hot chocolate was sipped. A fall from above left Kiona in danger, What waited below was not from a manger. What will she find in the land of the Wolvenk? The adventure at hand is not what you think. Wounded and trying to survive the bitter cold, Kiona experiences the shock of her life when a wolfy alien finds her.Thorn doesn't expect to sniff out an off-worlder--one unlike any he's ever seen--but he can't leave her to die.It's the cold season...And Thorn is the least of her worries. Warning: This story contains a non-human alien hero, mature content, graphic language, and tons of holiday cheer.Note: This takes place a couple hundred years before the start of the Women of Dor Nye series and can be read alone.

A Wolvenk Holiday Details

TitleA Wolvenk Holiday
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ReleaseDec 14th, 2019
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GenreScience Fiction, Aliens

A Wolvenk Holiday Review

  • Mercy
    January 1, 1970
    She has spent months looking at this male specimen, she feels curious about life on the planet. She then has to evacuate the station and falls down into a lake, swimming up a creature bits her and fights it. She ends up dragging herself into a semi-safe place but falls asleep in delirium. And surprise surprise her wolvenk finds her. He finds her infection and tries to heal her. From there on stuff become a bit fairytale-like, the sex is great, but don't think it feels anything else than sex with She has spent months looking at this male specimen, she feels curious about life on the planet. She then has to evacuate the station and falls down into a lake, swimming up a creature bits her and fights it. She ends up dragging herself into a semi-safe place but falls asleep in delirium. And surprise surprise her wolvenk finds her. He finds her infection and tries to heal her. From there on stuff become a bit fairytale-like, the sex is great, but don't think it feels anything else than sex with a vastly different species that closely resembles a wolf.
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  • Becky
    January 1, 1970
    First off Thank you Poppy for sending me this ARC to read! This book is set several hundred years before the dor nye books. Kiona is a scientist studying the Wolvenk a species from another planet from a space station. As she studies them she becomes interested in a particular male and likes to have the drones follow him around. This is the start of a very interesting book were two completely different people somehow make it work. My only complaint about the book is it is too short. I definitely First off Thank you Poppy for sending me this ARC to read! This book is set several hundred years before the dor nye books. Kiona is a scientist studying the Wolvenk a species from another planet from a space station. As she studies them she becomes interested in a particular male and likes to have the drones follow him around. This is the start of a very interesting book were two completely different people somehow make it work. My only complaint about the book is it is too short. I definitely wanted more. I would love another book with Kiona and Thorn and a more in-depth look at where they are now.
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  • Jannie Cv
    January 1, 1970
    I love these unusual aliens!First, a betrayal, a frightening situation, then dropping into a world previously seen only from afar. What a surprise! I think Thorn is a perfect match for our bubbly, alien-loving Kiona. Kiona loves the winter holidays! I get a kick out of Kiana singing, with Thorn ‘serenading’ along with her. I love the sense of humor, and the unique look at many of our holiday traditions. This (mostly) light-hearted romp on Caniden is a delightful, romantic treat for this busy I love these unusual aliens!First, a betrayal, a frightening situation, then dropping into a world previously seen only from afar. What a surprise! I think Thorn is a perfect match for our bubbly, alien-loving Kiona. Kiona loves the winter holidays! I get a kick out of Kiana singing, with Thorn ‘serenading’ along with her. I love the sense of humor, and the unique look at many of our holiday traditions. This (mostly) light-hearted romp on Caniden is a delightful, romantic treat for this busy season. Enjoy!
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  • Heather Neary-Willis
    January 1, 1970
    Great Christmas storyI loved that we finally got a book for our lovable “Wolf”. This is a Christmas love story if I ever read one. A great add on to the series we all love and crave more of! Kiona falls from the sky and lands into the arms she truly belonged in. But her and her mate are captured and taken to a Christmas world unlike any she’s ever seen. If this her greatest dream come true or does the Christmas world hold something a little different?
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  • Tina
    January 1, 1970
    A Wolvenk HolidayMerry Christmas! Absolutely loved this story. Kiona and Thorn were a great couple. Loved how they interacted together. The world building was outstanding and well thought out. The supporting characters were just engaging. I really enjoyed this book and I would recommend. I would love to read more about this world.
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  • BAK
    January 1, 1970
    So so primitive Not what I was hoping for. Pretty primitive species. Only a bit of Christmas excitement at a section. So can they have babies together or not? And I disliked that this alien species could not kiss. The author did a good job twisting in lore of the holidays on Earth to explain where it could have come from.
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  • Marlena
    January 1, 1970
    Reading this novella was so strange but in a good way. The idea of a Wolvenk and human pairing was not my favorite, but I really had to be open to something different. I appreciate this novella for pushing me out of my comfort zone. I definitely enjoyed having a quick read that wasn't too heavy. Just perfect!
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  • Amber
    January 1, 1970
    Too cuteThis is officially my favorite book by Poppy, it was tooth achingly sweet, perfect pace for a shorter story, and had great world building.Out of all her characters Thorn and the Wolvenks are my favorite, I hope she posts more from this world soon.
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  • Country Goose
    January 1, 1970
    Twist Ending!Cheesy! Oh, so cheesy, but I loved every bit of it. The sex could have been better, the love between Thorn and Kiona could have been rounded out a bit more, but overall, I call this a good little story.
  • Dottie Withers
    January 1, 1970
    Wonderful!Love the new Wolvenk! Thorn is such a bada$$ alpha! Kiona finds herself in the care of Thorn after her pod crashes on his planet. They soon get to know each other while celebrating the holiday in an alien way. Great read! Wish There was more!
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  • Imee Benzon
    January 1, 1970
    ***Wolvenk holiday***It's a sweet and short romantic story. It's not bad but I would have like to have more backs Tory on Wolvenk and the kramps? Anyway it's a good beginning it became sugary sweet in the end though but it's a nice sweetness.
  • shannon Stubbs
    January 1, 1970
    InterestingThe Wolvenik show back up again in this book in the series. This time they act more sentient and less like a dog. So instead of platonic devotion they're a little more in this story. Add in a Christmas themed planet and you get one interesting story.
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  • Debra Owen
    January 1, 1970
    thank you, such a fun Christmas story absolutely fully enjoyed this novella. would love more stories with all these different species, including the mini-yeti. loved your take on the origins of Santa
  • Bubbles The Book Pimp
    January 1, 1970
    Bloody fantastic seasonal read! Engrossing from the start to finish this was a brilliant and original tale. With flashes of mythology and paranormal romance all tied up in a sci fi vibe. I loved Thorn My only grumble... that it ended and I wanted More!!! Bloody fantastic seasonal read! Engrossing from the start to finish this was a brilliant and original tale. With flashes of mythology and paranormal romance all tied up in a sci fi vibe. I loved Thorn ♥️ My only grumble... that it ended and I wanted More!!!
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  • Lillianne Arai
    January 1, 1970
    CuteWhat a clever Xmas story! Such a unique twist on old Christmas fables and characters. Thorn is a wonderful character!
  • Phoenix
    January 1, 1970
    An Adorable Christmas NovellaI absolutely loved it! Thorn was so sweet and I loved how they got to know each other! What a lovely little Christmas story!
  • BookPauper
    January 1, 1970
    Cute, weird, fun.
  • Sarah Peterson
    January 1, 1970
    Had to readIf your looking for a book that gives you some holiday warm fuzzy feeling dive into this one! You’ll be smiling through most of this book!!!
  • Elisaeileen
    January 1, 1970
    AmazingThis book was spool good. I wish this was a series like humans crash or something and packs of males look for there alpha in them. Lol great job amazing book!
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