Friday, May 19, 2017

IN YOUR EYES by Cardeno C.

Publisher: The Romance Authors, LLC
Date published:
Shifter, M/M
Audio book
Reviewed by Gabrielle (
Obtained via Author
Rating: 4 Hearts

Samuel and Korban are both being raised to lead their packs. The two packs borders are close together and it is not surprising that Samuel and Korban would run in to each other from time to time. Yet something about Korban unsettles Samuel and he does not like it.  Adding another thing to Samuel’s list of worries. From a youngster, he has always trained and tried to be the best at everything so that when it came for his time to lead the pack as alpha he would be ready. Although as much as Samuel tries he seems to always come up short. He longs to understand his father’s teachings especially those that he is told are not written but felt. All to soon Samuel is thrust into the role that he is not ready for and it seems that not only must he right a wrong but he must also figure out his own feelings as well and Korban is right smack in the middle of everything.

Samuel and Korban’s story is engaging and heartwarming tale. Cardeno C weaves a good story and narrator Charlie David brings the characters to life nicely. As I listened to this audio book I quickly became immersed in their world. I enjoyed seeing Samuel grow and learn, especially when he finally begins to understand his predicaments and how to go about fixing them.  Korban is a good man. He has waited years to be with Samuel and when he gets the chance he grabs it.  Giving Samuel everything and anything that he needs, even his life. Korban and Samuel are great together. Separately they are strong but together no one can stop them.  The two must wade through so much deception and hate before they can concentrate on themselves. I loved seeing each of the men support the other as they dealt with pack issues and members. Samuel soon learns that books don’t hold all the answers and some answers were right in front of his face all this time. Love and mating is not something to be taken lightly and these two work hard at it while never giving up on it.

This is an objective review and not an endorsement of this book.


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