Jin Church is back where he started, alone, wandering, and uncertain of his path. It’s not by choice but by circumstance, as he remembers he’s a werepanther… but not much else. He knows one thing for sure—he needs to find the beautiful blond man who haunts his dreams.
Logan Church is trapped in a living hell. His mate is missing, his tribe is falling apart, and he’s estranged from the son he loves with all his heart. His world is unraveling without his mate by his side, and he has no one to blame but himself.
If Jin can regain his memory and Logan can overcome the threats to his leadership, then perhaps they can resume their lives. The question is: Is that what they want? Back to the same house, the same tribe, the same troubles? They can choose from various roads leading to their future… or they can forge their own path.
My first in this series, and were I wasn’t completely lost I did feel that I was missing something. When I first agreed to this audio I wasn’t aware it was part of a series, someone mentioned it to me, and at that point, I had my aha moment making sense on why certain things weren’t matching up.
Just like many shifter books, we have mated pairs, Logan and Jin. Jin runs away after something horrid happens. Couple of months later is reunited only to discover that what happened was just the beginning of something major happening in there lives and the packs lives and futures.
However, unlike other shifter stories, this one deals with laws, pack rights, unique magic, first tribes and so much more
Jin is a warm and caring charaters, well liked and well written, Logan harder to get a read on. Almost like he doesn’t get enough page time to form a opinion. But what I read, was powerful and a great protector. The two together are unstoppable.
The rest of the cast, and there are a lot, so pay attention are also well written and roles within the tribe well thought out.
I enjoyed how everyone melted together in a scene and made the story flow beautifully.
The narrator, was actually the main reason I picked this. Sean is in my top three, and I will always pick books read by him. And once again out did himself.