Jon Erskine had made a good life for himself as one of the top forensic accounts and systems analysts in the country. He doesn’t mind working with paranormal clients – after all, he’s a shifter himself. However, he could do without all the slurs and derogatory comments. Not all shifters are wolves, bears, or other predators. Still, his expertise and reputation is solid, and Jon is more than capable of holding his own. That is, until Dirk Hollingsworth runs from his office.
Dirk is running out of time. He has to find out who’s been stealing from his company before his father turns up for his wedding in three weeks time. Acting on the recommendation of a friend, Dirk turns to Jon, or at least thinks about it. That is, until he catches the man’s scent in the doorway of his office and does a runner. Not the proudest moment for one of the proudest of all shifters, but Dirk has a responsibility to his clan and catching the tantalizing scent of a dog isn’t going to change anything. Or so he thinks.
(Book reviewed here previously)
This was a really sweet, funny, and sexy story of a pair of fated mates making the other “better”. Sort of a “Romeo and Juliet” thing again where the two shouldn’t mate but – of course – they have to!
There is very little angst, a fair amount of smexy times and some nice feelz.
Highly Recommended to fans of the author, shifter romances and low angst/fated mate stories.
3.5 of 5 stars
Sean Crisden is awesome! I was so glad to see he was the narrator for this. Such fun! He does a great job with alpha characters and I thought he handled the emotions, the various characters and humor wonderfully.
4.5 of 5 stars
Overall 4 of 5 stars
Copy Purchased for Review