Submissive wolf shifter Levi has met his mate, the one he wants to call Master. The problem is the Master concerned wants him for nothing more than a regular Saturday night scene and thanks to the rules the man has put in place there is nothing Levi can do about it.
Thanks to the war Steel is a damaged wolf. He knows Levi is his mate and wants nothing more than to claim him. But to do that means spilling more secrets than Steel has ever been willing to share with anyone. Does he have it in him to tell Levi what is going on, or should he release him to another Master at the club?
Two men who want each other – rules and secrets standing in their way.
Warning – this book is based on BDSM concepts and contains graphic scenes of M/M sex, strong language in places and a small amount of violence, plus an HEA. Please do not buy if you find these concepts objectionable.
This is about Levi a wolf sub that has been secretly in love with his Master, Steel for two months. And Steel an ex-Marine that has been doing scenes with Levi but refuses to show any care or emotion towards him. After an incident Steel finally claims Levi as the mate he’s always known he was. And Levi finally understands what held Steel back. Together they start the healing processes.
This was such a great story of broken souls, and healing. Of friendship and loneliness, and how just simply talking and acceptance can change everything. It does have a lot of characters, but being the start of a series you accept that. But also you are not lost dealing with them. The only down side is I wish I felt a stronger connection between the two main MC’s. Maybe if the story was longer and it had time to develop?
Lisa Oliver had been writing non-fiction books for years when visions of half dressed, buff men started invading her dreams. Unable to resist the lure of her stories, Lisa decided to switch to fiction books, and now stories about her men clamor to get out from under her fingertips.
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