This time, it’s a real bunny shifter and you know the saying about doing something like bunnies…
Oliver Biggerstaffer comes to Texas from Boston, looking for a job and a new life. He’s hoping the advertising firm he interviews for will hire him, and he can put his past where it belongs—behind him. No one will know who or what he is—a snake shifter.
Except he’s interviewed by Jagger Osterman, a bear shifter, and he meets a cute bunny shifter at the hotel where he’s staying. Oliver can’t hide his shifter status from them. And he doesn’t want to, once he meets them—especially the bunny, Peter Ruiz. It’s lust at first sight, but Oliver wants to take things slow as long as he’s staying at the hotel Peter’s working at.
Peter wants to get laid, and he wants to get laid now. The sexy snake shifter he’s attracted to has morals and ethics and things most of the guys Peter’s screwed around with before lack.
Oliver treats Peter like a person, not a body to have sex with, and if they can survive a series of weird accidents that might not be accidents after all, then Oliver and Peter just might have a happy ending all their own.
Reader Advisory: This book contains scenes of violence and kidnapping.
This is book 2 in the City Shifters series.
Want a good interesting story to read, this is your book. It has funny parts and scary ones. A shifter story when prey and predator come together and all is not what it seems.
A snake shifter who has to start over in a new city, learned his lesson and starts out doing things the right way. He is building a new life and enjoying the hard work it takes to set everything up. Meeting a new man was not in his plans yet that is just what happens.
What do you say when the purfect man for you walks in. Well Peter doesn’t say anything, just stares and wishes. Peter is surprised when the sexy guest asks him out to dinner. As they get to know one another a bond grows between them. A new and exciting relationship grows.
I really like the main character, a snake shifter, named Oliver. He starts out very humble and really never looses that trait. He talks about learning from his past, however I think most of the things he talks about are not really his fault. When things get scary his only concern is to save Peter.
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