Skinny, quiet hipster Dylan Warner was the kind of guy other men barely glanced at until an evening’s indiscretion with a handsome stranger turned him into a werewolf. Now, despite a slightly hairy handicap, he just wants to live an ordinary—if lonely—life as an architect. He tries to keep his wild impulses in check, but after one too many close calls, Dylan gives up his urban life and moves to the country, where he will be less likely to harm someone else. His new home is a dilapidated but promising house that comes with a former Christmas tree farm and a solitary neighbor: sexy, rustic Chris Nock.
Dylan hires Chris to help him renovate the farmhouse and quickly discovers his assumptions about his neighbor are inaccurate—and that he’d very much like Chris to become a permanent fixture in his life as well as his home. Between proving himself to his boss, coping with the seductive lure of his dangerous ex-lover, and his limited romantic experience, Dylan finds it hard enough to express himself—how can he bring up his monthly urge to howl at the moon?
This was an audio that had twist and turns all over the place.
Dylan has an issue, the one time he was noticed at a bar was of course by a werewolf that couldn’t control his urges and bit him. Now he lives with this anvil around his neck every full moon. Deciding enough, he finds a run down farm house that needs restoring but since that’s his field, it’s perfect. The only issue is he’s neighbor.
Chris is about the most ungay stereotype there is. Which is awesome, he’s brass, gets drunk on cheap beer, fixes up anything with an engine, pee’s off the back porch, brilliant.
So when they get together and start the reno, and things heat up between them Dylan is confused on one, is Chris gay and two why would this Handsome man want him.
As the story unfolds and we get a better understanding on what makes each of these two tick we can see how perfect they are together. The moods that Chris has, is rooted in the insecurities. And the big secret that Dylan has is ruling and running his life.
But of course these two get these act together, and we get our HEA in the end.
The narrator, did a wonderful job with all of these charaters.