In Gateway, when you need to meet someone, there’s no-one better than sexy, flirty Hayward to get you just what you want-or at least have a good time trying. Bridges is a novella written by Kyell Gold, published by FurPlanet in , featuring front cover and interior art by Keovi. Amir wants to meet a guy outside of a bar. Kinzi wants someone who won’t cheat on him. Vico just wants a quick lay. In Gateway, when you.
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Goodreads helps you bridegs track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Bridges by Kyell Gold. Bridges by Kyell Gold Goodreads Author. Amir wants to meet a guy outside of a bar. Kinzi wants someone briges won’t cheat on him.
Vico just wants a quick lay. In Gateway, when you need to meet someone, there’s no-one better than sexy, flirty Hayward to get you just what you want-or at least have a good time trying.
But when Hayward himself gpld someone, who will be there to help? Published February by FurPlanet Productions. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Bridgesplease sign up. Lists with This Book. Apr 06, Elisa Rolle added it.
Kyell Gold is an awesome writer in both genres, but maybe the fact that the contemporary stories are less far from mine perspective, allow me to not get lost in an anthropomorphic universe that is already a fantasy for me.
The main difference between this last one, Bridges, and the previous two, Waterways and Out of Position, is that this is apparently a lighter story, sexier, and more free: A game that is in full swing in the first three chapters, the same story is seen kyel the eyes of the three main characters. Same scenes, same dialogues, and same output: Chapter 4 and 5 are again told from two different characters, and different from the previous three, but they are subsequent, one after the other in time lapse.
Amir is a sweet and young fennec new in town and with a penchant for foxes; Amir has not trouble to find kyeell night stands, but he is tired of senseless stories and so he thought that hanging around a bookstore is the right place to find a boyfriend. Only that Amir is really shy, and even if he has set his eyes on an handsome red fox, Hayward, he has not the courage to do the first move.
Fin is a swift fox, another friend of Hayward, the red bridged. When Hayward introduces him to Amir, the reader has the feeling that Fin is a bit aloof, maybe even jealous of Amir; at first I thought they were in competition for Hayward.
Hayward, the red fox, at first comes out like a party boy, someone always ggold from flower to flower, picking from everyone but never setting with anyone.
At first his story is very light, almost naughty. There is yes something of hidden, a deep layer that very few can see.
As Kinzi will say, Hayward is the bridge between different characters, he helps people to connect, everyone walks upon him, but no one is really interested in him. No one would notice him missing if not in case he crashes down. Last there is Kinzi, a 40 years old coyote; he is the only one who Hayward was not able to match with someone, probably since Kinzi has already found who he wants.
He understood that, to win Hayward over, he has not to pressuring him; Hayward needs time to understand things alone. Each chapter is like a little story alone, but all five together make a very good novel: Aug 09, Golv rated it it was amazing Shelves: I’m not quite sure why I didn’t really appreciate how amazing this little “Cupcake” in the author’s words of a novella was the first time I read it.
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I thought the same story told god three perspectives which takes up the first half of the novel was quite unique and I enjoyed how the author framed Chapter 3. Of course, the second half of the novel is the real treat, when kkyell get to see the true story behind Hayward – bidges changing the reader’s impression of him from the first half of the book. All throughout these perspective-changing acrobatics, there’s that thread about bridges as a metaphor, persistent throughout, as the author slowly guides the reader to understand what “bridges” really means in the book.
Statements like this really hit home, and just goes to show Kyell’s writing expertise. Feb 21, Rechan rated it liked it Shelves: The bridhes premise is that each of its five chapters is told from a different character’s perspective, and the gimmick is in the first three chapters we have some severe overlap of three characters doing the same scene. While it provides you the character perspectives, by the third time the hotness is gone. This would be absolutely tiresome had not the author done something nice: In bridgez next, he fully plays out that conversation.
So you get the fu The book’s premise is that told of its five chapters is told from a different character’s perspective, and the gimmick is in the first three chapters we have some severe overlap of three characters doing the same scene.
So you get the full experience by reading all three chapters, even if that experience is what’s going on before the sex, not during or after. By simply glossing over the threesome on the third time, nothing would have been lost from the book. As bridgs as I am down on the repetitiveness, I genuinely think that the book takes off as soon as it’s got the three-perspective-threesome out of the way.
We’re treated to genuine characterization, conflict, and in chapter four and five, tear jerkers. I will not shy away from the fact that chapter four really moved me, it got to me, because I have some personal experience with that sort of arena.
It was well worth the price of admission. Feb 09, KascadeFur rated it really liked it. Amazing story with some really relatable characters. Jul 08, David rated it really liked it Shelves: Yeah I read this brldges when it came out but it never ended up on my Goodreads. Either I forgot about it or I was too self-conscious at the time to put the more porny stuff on my Goodreads. Anyway, Bridges is short and sweet, and I applaud Kyell Gold for yold able to make me feel novel-length attachment and empathic response to characters in such a short work.
Great and interesting story but it’s got a relatively high ratio of bridbes sex scenes with animal people, of course that I probably wouldn’ Yeah I read this back when it came out but it never ended up on my Goodreads.
Great and interesting story but it’s got a relatively high ratio of gay sex scenes with animal people, of course that I probably wouldn’t recommend it to anyone who isn’t into that. Jun 10, Altivo Overo rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Noticed that I failed to write a comment on this, so adding it now.
I’ve re-read this book at least 3 times. While I’m not enthused about the sex scenes, I am never disappointed bridgse the author’s ability to develop multidimensioned characters who seem real enough to create empathy or sometimes revulsion for me as a reader. The main character, Hayward, is adorably sweet and well-intentioned whether I agree with his methods or not. It is singularly satisfying to see something good happen to him in Noticed that I failed to write a comment on this, so adding it now.
It is singularly satisfying to see something good happen to him in the end after he has suffered some soul-shattering losses.
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Feb 20, Patty rated it really liked it. After reading others of his set in “olden” style periods, it’s quite different to read one set in a more modern period. But his definitions of characters and their relationships with others is still at the heart of his stories and that’s what makes his stories so enjoyable. Although others may lean towards the “mature” elements in the furry fandom Jul 22, Louis A rated it it was amazing.
Jun 19, Darren rated it it was amazing. Actually listened to the Audible recording and loved it! Feb 11, Oreo4u marked it as to-read. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Dec 16, Jose Angel rated it it was amazing. The beginning is the respective od the same escene from the three mayor characters, but after they have separate stories and the story of the red fox is touching and unexpected. Kyle rated it really liked it Mar 01, Bearcat rated it really liked it Oct 02, Bluesimplicity rated it it was amazing Aug 04, Brycen rated bridgws really liked it Sep 26, Semilico rated it really liked it Aug 18, Manuel rated it really liked it Sep 14, Evan rated it really liked it Dec 03, Gem1 rated it really liked it Jun 29, Jarod Doak rated bridgs really liked it May 08, Ryan Campbell rated it liked it Aug 31, BlinkBat rated it really liked it Jan 22, Fenris Lyall rated it really liked it Jan 25, Darckaout rated it it was ok Oct 29, Ken rated it it was amazing Feb 17, Brynmore rated it it was amazing Bbridges 02, Schitzy Thestral rated it liked it Mar 11, Masque Raccoon rated it really liked it Sep 30, Rader rated it really liked it Jun 19,