2 years ago today, 9 Willow Street was published. The story that started out as a super short written for a blog anniversary and that grew into a full story after several of the people reading the short said they wanted more. And I’m glad I listened to them, because my little bunny shifter story has received a lot of love since the day it was published.
Heartbroken after the death of his beloved Nana, Hannes, the family outsider, finally allows himself to grieve. The legal battle over Nana’s quirky old house— the only place he’s ever felt accepted and loved—is over, and he moves in and finds a sense of peace.
…and a rabbit.
An adorable bunny with a huge personality moves in, too, and refuses to leave. Hannes instantly falls in love with the sweet animal who helps heal his heart. But one morning, Hannes’ view of the world changes when the rabbit transforms into a man. A man named Mattis.
After the initial shock, Hannes and Mattis discover a connection between them that runs deeper than it seems. Will their newfound feelings survive unraveling secrets and meddling families, and grow into something real? Something deep and everlasting?
M/M paranormal / 28153 words
So if you haven’t read my bunny shifter book and are in the mood for something sweet and fluffy with fated mates, may I suggest you give it a try? And if you want more after you’ve finished reading, I wrote a short little freebie, too. 9 Willow Street: And Then They Were Three.