Staying Human: A girl decides it’s better to turn into a cat than to look for a cure and stay human, because turning into a cat means she gets to make out with a dude who’s going to be a dog in a few days. Logic!
Amber Silverblood: This guy was channeling his inner James Patterson while writing this. This book is so Maximum Ride it hurts. And no, that’s not a compliment.
The Slayer and the Sphinx: First a catgirl, then werewolves, and now a guy falls in love with a sphinx. Literally, a sphinx. Girl’s head, lion’s body. Also wings, because she’s not not-human enough already. Dude’s a furry, no matter how many times he says he isn’t.
Juryokine: TWIST. VILLAIN. OBVIOUS. FROM. FIRST. CHAPTER. Also, the main character’s name is Toke. Yeah. You can tell what the author was doing while writing this.
(I’m just kidding. I don’t do drugs)
(Also I’m not a furry. Seriously.)
Juryokine: Exile of Heroes: The bad guy is driving the plot, and he only makes, like, four appearances. Everything else is Toke wondering if he wants to marry the half naked chick who keeps throwing herself at him. The main character’s name is still Toke, if you wondering.
The Gray Ranger: Unforgiven: Oh, suuure. Nobody’s ever read a high fantasy cowboy story, so that means it’s OBVIOUSLY a good idea, and not desperately hipsterish. The main heroine (such as she is) has fur, a tail, and long pointy ears. The author goes into a lot of detail about how having her tail out is considered nudity. Because he’s not a furry. Nope.
Magnus Knights: The Iron Trials (WIP): STOP REWRITING IT AND FINISH THE FREAKING BOOK ALREADY GEEZ DADGUM AND DOG FARTS!
Chimeran (Other WIP): Guessss what? People turning into unholy human/animal hybrids like it’s some kind of superpower. Because he’s not a furry. This is just a trope that keeps reoccurring completely naturally, in almost all of his books, all on its own. Freak.