Off the Beaten Path

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Cover of Off the Beaten Path.

Off the Beaten Path is a furry novel written and illustrated by Rukis, released in July 2014.[1]

Rated NC-17 for violent scenes and some sexual scenes, it was published by FurPlanet in July, 2014.[1] A sequel, Lost on Dark Trails, was released in January 2015.[2]


The synopsis of Off the Beaten Path reads:[1]

Off the Beaten Path
Spending her life beneath the oppressive control of an abusive husband she'd had no choice in marrying was a hard life, but Shivah strove to endure it in order to protect her child.

When her child was slain, and Shivah herself viciously attacked and left for dead, she swore she'd make her husband pay dearly for his greatest mistake...leaving her alive.

She is joined in her hunt by the two men who pulled her from the jaws of death, and a group of lawmen hunting a dangerous band of raiders threatening the countryside. But there may be deeper, more widespread evils hidden in the shadows of the conflict she finds herself a part of.

Off the Beaten Path


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Off the Beaten Path on FurPlanet. Retrieved November 7, 2014.
  2. Lost on Dark Trails on FurPlanet. Retrieved April 28, 2015.

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