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We don't run ads or paid promotions here. To help us stay independent, you can tip us via Patreon or Paypal. See all articles tagged as Anne Cain. Like Pawprints , this one revolves around college students that are not exactly human. Gabe is a Wair, a being who can exist in two forms, human and dog.
Curiously enough, I find that Gabe have a stronger platonic relationship here with Alex. While this story has plenty of romantic elements, the romance between the main characters is pretty much fait accompli here.
They are already in love, in other words, and they just have to fix up a few issues before everything is perfect. And while I find that Ms Cain has displayed stronger and more polished prose in this one compared to her previous short stories, I find the characters still on the rather underdeveloped side. Gabe is quite one-dimensional as this sweet and earnest, if rather hapless at times, fellow. Hayden is even more poorly defined as a character.
Alex is easily the most well-developed character here in the sense that unlike Gabe and Hayden, he exhibits a little bit more vulnerabilities that feel more realistic. In a way, this story reminds me of a cartoon, which could be very well the intention of this author.
Still, I feel that Ms Cain could have done more in fleshing out the characters. All in all, Pawprints: Second Nature is a pleasant story about young and sometimes silly pups in love. Cantankerous muffin who loves boys that sparkle, unicorns, money, chocolates, and fantastical stories. Toggle navigation. Enter a searach query. Mrs Giggles.
Pawprints: Giving & Taking by Anne Cain
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Pawprints: Second Nature by Anne Cain
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