This author knows shifters, no one denying that. And with this book being the start of another series that looks to be as promising as the rest, I’m eager to get started.
Gabe and Mika are wonderful together, but what I liked the most is that Mika, being the wolf shifter is the insecure one. Not too often do you find the shifter being dominant and insecure. I also like the secondary story/charaters made for a well rounded story. Makes me want to run out and rescue another puppy.
Couple of things that did throw me is that we got all of Gabe’s backstory but only a glimpse of Mika’s and even though we were told Mika left with nothing, we have him driving. No driver’s licence, if they are so worried about the local sheriff he probably shouldn’t be driving well shouldn’t be driving period.
I thought the way Mika wanted to slowly introduce Gabe into his world was perfect, the way Mika was accepted back but says Thanks but no Thanks, he has what he needs!
A native Texan, Bailey spends her days spinning stories around in her head, which has contributed to more than one incident of tripping over her own feet. Evenings are reserved for pounding away at the keyboard, as are early morning hours. Sleep? Doesn’t happen much. Writing is too much fun, and there are too many characters bouncing about, tapping on Bailey’s brain demanding to be let out. Caffeine and chocolate are permanent fixtures in Bailey’s office and are never far from hand at any given time. Removing either of those necessities from Bailey’s presence can result in what is know as A Very, Very Scary Bailey and is not advised under any circumstances.