The American Kitsune Series



The story of a boy, a fox, and a lot of fanservice…

Kevin Swift has the worst luck with women. It’s not that he’s unattractive or even unpopular. He just can’t talk to them. He blames it on all of those shōnen love comedies that he enjoys watching. Fortunately, or unfortunately―depending on who’s asking―Kevin’s love life is about to start looking up.

After saving a fox, Kevin discovers that he actually rescued a kitsune, a shape-shifter capable of transforming into a beautiful girl who appears to have popped right out of the pages to a shōnen manga. Her name is Lilian, and she’s decided that he’s going to be her mate―whether he likes it or not!

Between dealing with an overly amorous vixen’s zealous attempts at getting into his pants, his inability to talk to girls and school, Kevin is going to have his hands full.





Kevin's life has finally started settling down. Sure, he still has to deal with Lilian’s zany antics, but desensitization has set in at last and he’s actually beginning to enjoy the gorgeous Kitsune’s continued presence. Too bad he's in denial. Unfortunately, while the waters of his life appear relatively calm, things are about to get ecchi―I mean ugly.

A tsundere dressed in Gothic Lolita fashion…

A boy whose hair is bigger than his brain…

A new enemy that makes Chris Fleischer look like a fifty pound weakling…

Trying to admit his feelings for a certain tomboy…

Not to mention Lilian herself. Yeah, Kevin’s got problems, and life can only get more strenuous from here on out.

Oh well. At least he hasn't been turned into a Harem Protagonist.





The tail of a boy, a kitsune… and a maid?



Kevin Swift doesn’t know what to think anymore. His love for Lindsay has dwindled, he’s constantly plagued by thoughts of Lilian, and now he has to deal with his sexy housemate’s maid: A kimono-clad, katana-wielding femme fatale who doesn't like him very much—and who has this weird tendency of adding Japanese suffixes to everyone’s name for some reason. Go figure.


Now Kevin must make an irreversible choice: To become Lilian’s mate or not. It’s a life changing decision that no teenager should have to make. Unfortunately for him, Lilian’s maid has basically threatened to clean out his entrails with her katana if he doesn't.


He used to think being a teenager sucked. Now he’s realized that being a teenager is nothing compared to being the potential mate to a kitsune whose maid holds no moral compunctions about flaying him alive.


Two weeks have passed since Kevin Swift was kidnapped by spandex-clad secret agents, rescued by Lilian, and they were both subsequently saved by Lilian’s faithful maid-slash-bodyguard. Since then, Kevin has nabbed himself a foxy girlfriend—pun very much intended—and a person willing to train him in the arts of badassery. Needless to say, life has been good.

Then Lilian's family decided to pay a visit.

And everything went to hell.

Sometimes, life gives you lemons. Other times… well, you get the picture.

52 comments:

  1. Hurry up and get this story published pokemaster so I can buy it! Out of curiosity do you know of any novelised stories of the genre your writing? I would have bought the light novels for Highschool DxD but I can't find any in english. Translations online aren't really satisfactory.

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    1. Hopefully, I will soon. My goal is to have it published before my birthday in March. I've almost got an editor chosen to help tighten my writing, and I have someone working on my book cover, so I'm almost ready to publish it.

      Unfortunately, I do not know of any novelised stories of this genre in English. You can only get those online right now at places like Baka-Tsuki, and I'm sure you've noticed that their translations aren't that good. That's mainly because they are free translations and the people who translate them are amateurs who think they know Japanese but really don't.

      It's sort of like trying to use googletranslate to translate entire sentences and paragraphs. It just doesn't work because the translation program doesn't take all of the rules about those languages into account.

      You might still find a few novels at Barnes and Nobles, but I think the most you'll get are graphic novels, not light novels.

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  2. Looking foward to it.

    Ah thats to bad. Japanese hog all the good stuff lol. Yea I know what you mean most people who translate japanese are like that. Its free though so can't really complain.

    Yea Google translate tends to spit out garbles translations. I could always take a look at B&N again.

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    1. I don't know if you'll find any actual light novels at Barnes and Nobles. It's sad, but they haven't really caught on here in America. It's the reason I think my story will do so well. It's quite possibly the most unique brand of story in America because it uses Japanese Pop Culture found in anime and manga as its base.

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  3. Now this is something I've never seen done before but seeing as your one of the best dam writers I've ever seen your definitely gonna have success with this series.

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    1. Thanks. I hope you'll enjoy reading it when it comes out.

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    2. Also who did the artwork on this page? It's really good so maybe whoever did it can do some for your other stories as well.

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    3. The artists name is Kam Moody, though she goes by Snow-The-Wanderer on Devientart.

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    4. Cool and like i said maybe she can do some artwork for your other stories as well good luck with the novel

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    5. Yeah, I actually plan on having her do the artwork for the rest of the series. And if my novel is successful, I may be able to have her do artwork for each chapter. Now that would be awesome!

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  4. How far will the story go when it comes to mature content in it?

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    1. Not very far. It's like any other Ecchi comedy. There will be some nudity, but I won't go into a detailed description like talking about a girls nipples or what color her aerola is or whatever. I think that's just trashy. There will also be no sex. I may imply it in later stories, like, maybe around the 4th or 5th book, but I will not write a sex scene.

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    2. Makes sense. Also you'd be limiting who's be able to buy your book if you wrote that kind of adult content in it. You've written a few in your fan fiction before but you aren't selling your fan fiction. To bad you can't, I'd pay for it. So will this just be a downloadable book or will it have physical copy's of it as well?

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    3. It will be POV, or Print-on-Demand, which means you order a physical copy online and it gets shipped to you. At least at first. I may eventually make it downloadable on Kindle as well.

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    4. Where can I go to download this when it gets published?

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    5. Sorry, I meant where can I order it when it gets published?

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    6. I'll have a webpage you can go to to download it.

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    7. Clark, don't know if you got this, and sorry for responding so late. If you haven't found the book already, you can buy it here: http://www.amazon.com/Foxs-Love-American-Kitsune-Book-ebook/dp/B00IQBECH2/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_top If you have, I hope you enjoyed the story and it gave you a lot of laughs. ^_^

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  5. If this ever gets made into a movie I will try my hardest to watch it on day 1

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    1. It might make a good movie, though I think it would do better as an anime-ish series.

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  6. Brandon, did you draw the cover art for you book yourself or did you have someone else do it for you? Could you recommend some people who might be willing to do some cover art for a book that I am writing?

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    1. I did not make the cover art, though I wish I did. Unfortunately I am a writer, my imagery comes through words, not paintings.

      The only thing I can suggest is to go on devientart, that's where I found the person to make the cover art for me. I simply searched through devientarts archives, found a person whose artwork I liked, contacted and commissioned them to make my book cover, let them know what I want and set up a payment plan. It's actually not as hard as it seems.

      And good luck with your book. I'll look forward to reading it.

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  7. So will this have action? I really like the action/adventure stuff in your fanfics, so I would hate for that to be absent.

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    1. There will be a bit of action in this novel, but not much. The action will increase in the next novel, however, and it'll likely keep increasing with each book published.

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    2. That's good then, because a pure romantic comedy is not one of my favorite genres. If I can power through the beginning of Negima to get to read my favorite manga of all time, I can power through a romantic comedy to get to the awesome parts of your stuff.

      The action increasing every novel makes me wonder about the release schedule. Since it seems like you are being influenced by light novels, will you be following the typical light novel release schedule of a novella sized publication every quarter? Or will these be full sized novels?

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    3. No. The problem with following a light novel release is two fold. First off, my story is a full-length novel, meaning 85,000+ words. Second, the release of my books is dependent on how quickly I can get them written, edited and published.

      Truth be told I have no idea how long it'll be before my second story is published.

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    4. I gotcha. It would be a bitch to get out full novels that quickly.

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  8. I really can't wait for this novel because your fan fics are brilliant, i can only hope this novel is like that

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    1. I can guarantee that this story will be even better than my fanfictions. I've not only put a lot of work into it, but also hired a professional editor to clean up all those little grammar and English mistakes I have a tendency to make.

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  9. I'm a big fan of your works and got to say I'm looking forward to reading this novel. Where will i be able to order it from?

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    1. Thank you! (^_^) When the story is out, you'll be able to buy it on Amazon.com as either a paperback or an eBook.

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  10. Just bought the book today on Amazon for my Kindle and looking forward to reading it.

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    1. Be sure to let me know what you think, and if you really liked it and would recommend it to other, do you think you could leave a review on the Amazon site?

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    2. Is your book going to be released outside of USA in paperback? I live in RSA, and if I had a Kindle I'd order it, but I can only order it on paperback if it goes to Amazon UK or here in sunny South Africa.

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    3. My book is available in paperback on Amazon UK. Though you can also download a free Kindle app for your computer or phone off Amazon if you wanted to. That's actually what I did. I downloaded the app for my phone so I can have my favorite books in the palm of my hand. Literally.

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    4. Did you manage to get the book in Amazon UK?

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  11. When is the second part coming out?

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    1. I haven't set a definite deadline yet. It will most certainly be sometime next year. I imagine either in February or March, but because I'm trying to create a marketing strategy, I honestly can't say for sure.

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    2. Huh, i just finished studying marketing for today, weird. Well if you could tell me some rel life experiances with marketing that would really help me. Theorie only brings you so far even at Uni ^^

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    3. I don't mind telling you about marketing, but you'll have to be specific. What part of marketing do you want to know about?

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  12. hey, I was wondering if you could tell me who your publisher is? a friend of mine is writing a book and she is looking for publishers.

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    1. You don't actually look for publishers unless you're trying to get published by an Indie press. Traditional publishers require a literary agent. If you want, have your friend send me a message or something asking to talk with me and I'll be willing to answer any questions she has on getting published.

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  13. alright thanks. I also sent you a pm about this oh fanficion.net since I didn't know how to get a hold of you so you can ignore that one. I will tell her. again thanks

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  14. Any eta on book three? Really enjoying this series. :)

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    1. Sorry for the stupid late reply. It seems my email did not notify me of this comment.

      To answer your question, I'm trying to get it ready for publication within the next 7 months. My hope is to have it published sometime in November or December.

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  15. So on your fanfic crossover Devil Ninja it says you released the third book but it says nothing about that here. Was I mistaken?

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  16. how many books are you planning on releasing?

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  17. It is fine, nonetheless evaluate the information and facts around this correct. Anime T

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  18. This could be a good manga to read.
    Too bad this isn't 18+...

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