A run through the woods turned anything but typical when Levi found the one thing he never expected to find-his mate.
After a week spent in family reunion hell, Levi Travis is more than ready for a little break. But who knew shifting into a snow leopard and loping around in the woods could turn into such a steamy event?
When Levi encounters a cougar shifter in the woods, the attraction is so hot it threatens to shoot off sparks. Levi has fantasised about having a stronger man than him want him, and he’s sure the cougar is just such a man. Which is why Levi lets himself get caught, and the intensity of their mating is only equaled by Levi’s confusion when the man shifts
back into a cougar then turns tail and runs.
Lyndon Hines has been running for months. Hunted, taunted, he didn’t know what else to do-until he met a man who made him realise that some things were worth fighting for. Two shifters, each a different breed, neither knowing much about their heritage, Levi and Lyndon come together and find the strength to take on the mad man who is out to end Lyndon’s life.
Reader Advisory: This book is part of a series but can be read as a stand alone.
I have enjoyed the other books by this author, but when it came to starting this series, I was worried that I wouldn’t like this one as much as the others. So I was completely surprised when after I started this book, I couldn’t put it down! I was drawn into yet another world that this author has created and I couldn’t wait to find out what was going to happen next.
With both of the men in this book, Levi and Lyndon, I’m not really sure how I feel about them. I did like them, but when it comes to book couples, they aren’t at the top of my list. Don’t get me wrong I think that they were both great, and they did compliment the other quite well, but I just didn’t really enjoy them too much.
There was a lot of information that was brought up during this book, but I think that is because it’s the beginning of the series, and the author wanted to make sure we knew what was going on. Between the introduction of the family
members and the drama, it was just a large amount of stuff to remember right away.
I did like the amount of drama that was thrown into this book because it gave something more to the story. It wasn’t just a series that was all about the sex and shifters, there was more to the story in general. Don’t get me wrong, the smutty parts of this book were really well written, and they weren’t done in a crude way. But I do enjoy how the sex doesn’t overtake the whole story.
Overall I have to say that with this being the first book of the series, I was extremely happy with it and I will read more of it in the future!