Publisher: Siren Publishing, IncDate published: May 2016
Paranormal, shifter, M/M
Reviewed by Gabrielle (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Obtained via publisher
Rating: 4 Hearts
Renny has had his life turned upside down. While working as a forensic photographer he captures something in his latest case pictures. He does not know what but it seems others are interested in what he may have captured on film. When a group of men begin to ask questions and badger him Renny begins to feel uncomfortable. When a monster comes to his rescue Renny does not know what to do. There are so many conflicted emotions running through him he cannot figure out just what is up and what is down anymore. Calvin is a man and a monster all rolled up in one but this monster is one of the good guys. Can he find a way to explain to Renny the truth and get the man to trust him let alone love him or will the hunters have the last say after all?
I enjoyed Renny and Calvin’s story. Renny is thrust into a world that he never imagined existed. He must make some hard choices that could cost him more than he knows. It was nice to watch Calvin and Renny bond as their story goes on. The two have a great physical relationship but must learn to trust one another outside of the bedroom. As Renny and Calvin learn about each other we still get to see more from Dakota and Ash. Their story is not over yet and continues after this book. I really liked seeing the softer and serious side of Calvin. When we first meet him in this series he is a fun loving guy and now with all that he has been through Calvin has grown and we see the good man that he has turned into. He is learning what he needs to do as an alpha and what it means to have a mate to take care of. I enjoyed the quiet times that Renny and Calvin have together as they figure out what their future holds for them.
Once again, the author does a wonderful job of combining the action and romance together. The characters are well written and this world comes to life nicely. I am excited to see what will happen next in this world.
This is an objective review and not an endorsement of this book.