Probably one of the better furry novellas out there, and continues the great 'Cupcakes' line.
Michael Andrew Rudder
Another Great Cupcake!
Dangerous Jade continues the trend of well-written, engaging stories I'm coming to expect from the Cupcake series, this time with one of those San Iadras thylacine girls. If you're not familiar with their backstory, you might learn more about it from "Dick and Jane" (Heat #6) or "War Dog" (New Fables 2010), but knowing the how and why of the world's furry clones isn't really crucial to the story. Instead, this book focuses a bit more on themes of identity - as the blurb says, when she can be anyone, does she really want to be herself? There are some similarities to the first Cupcake, Bridges, in this regard, but they're otherwise dramatically different stories. Still, I think if you liked Bridges, you'll enjoy this one too. Just be ready for a dramatically and emotionally intense (and also sexually charged) ride!