Polar bear shifter Graham Tundra can’t believe his bad luck. Not only is he traded to another baseball team midseason, but he’s also teamed up with Trigger Mallow: widely considered the best player in the game—but with the worst attitude.
Trigger is on the fence about Graham. As a grizzly bear shifter, he’s relieved to have another ursine on the team, even if they are different species. The problem is Trigger is in the middle of his natural mating season, and Graham looks too damn good to pass up.
What begins as friends with benefits shows potential to grow into a deeper connection. If only they can put aside their differences, learn to trust, listen to their feelings, and realize it’s more than just a bear thing.
Even though I read these two back to back, they can be read as stand alone.
So shifters are widely excepted, and gay shifters are supposed to have laws protecting them, we find out that this is not always the case.
Graham comes from a team that didn’t accept him, so this time around he decided to stay in the closet even though his hawt, grouchy team and room mate has told him his gay. But as the season counties and things heat up, these two are finding it harder and harder to ignore the elephant in the room.
This time round we’ve more ‘on field’ antics more baseball, more team, more fans. So we get to feel the dynamics of how Graham and Trigger will interact with each other and everyone else.
And when it all comes together, it’s brilliant, they certainly have each others back. Trigger knows what he wants and lays claim. Finally.
But leading up to that was entertaining, mulish bear, v’s the I’m going to poke me a grizzly today. Just worked.
Another wrapped up HEA.