Joseph Anderson was heartbroken when his childhood best friend, Dominick Levent, moved away. Years later, Joseph is a successful real estate broker with good friends, an easy smile, and a stunning house. When he finds a dying mountain lion who miraculously shifts into Dominick's sister, Joseph must find Dominick and reunite him with the two young sons she left behind.
When mountain lion shifter Dominick gets a call telling him his sister is dead, he rushes home to protect his nephews and avenge his sister. Seeing Joseph brings back the feelings Dominick tried to bury and he dares to hope Joseph's newfound knowledge of shifters means they can finally be together.
©2013 Poppy Dennison (P)2014 Dreamspinner Press
I really enjoy the world of books! Narration just add layers to that world... don't u think? :)
Nice closer to the Triad books...if this is the end... I honestly wish that Riley and his brother (Grey's son) get a book each!
Great m/m romance series.. not to be missed from the beginning... I don't the starting at book 4 will give a complete understand of what all went down in the other books.
This could be a stand alone...but much better in read in order of series.
Nice credit or sale..
Narration was good, too.
I loved the first story, didnt like the second (mainly because i didnt like one of the MCs) and liked the third - but a 4th? Didnt get the connection to the others at first. And i think she should have stopped at the third. There was some small enjoyable moments but not a good story in it self - it feels like she wrote it too fast and didnt give u a feel for the MCs. I really dont like this narrator -and the fact that i liked two of the books anyway makes me think that it migth be better to actually read the books for a more enjoyable experience. He kinds of have the wrong emotions in his voice when he reads - i dont know why some narrators seems to think that surprise or questionmarks belong in every sentence!
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I would change the title. As a fan of the first 3 books, I was expecting the continual and steady flow that wove throughout those 3 stories, and that was missing in this book. I would title this a spin off or a novella in the series, but not book 4.
I liked it. I think I hope for more stories for the new characters, but again, I'd give it a new series title.
Davis is a great narrator, no complaints there.
I would have liked it to have developed a little sooner, but that little twist in the top/bottom aspect was nice.
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