Friday, June 29, 2018


Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Date Published: May 8,2018
Urban Fantasy, Shapeshifter
Reviewed by Gabrielle (
Rating: 4 Hearts

After dealing with all the pain in high school Joe just wants out. Out of this small town and its small ideas yet something pulls him back home. He does not understand why he finds himself back home in the small town and dealing with the small minds once again. Working in the local coffee shop Joe keeps his head down and lives his life but soon someone notices Joe and there is no way to ignore him. Zarrin may be small and shy for a dragon but he is ready and willing to try to do right by the town and especially Joe. Can Joe find it in his heart to let Zarrin prove to him just how serious he is or is his resentment against this town and everything associated with it too strong?

Zarrin and Joe’s journey takes the two by surprise. Nothing can stop a love that is fated to be. Life has made Joe hard and cynical but underneath it all is a sensitive man that longs for love. Zarrin sees the true Joe and is more than willing to fight to bring it out. I loved seeing their relationship become something strong and deep. The two must work through so much to find the truth of their feelings. I really liked Zarrin. He is so much stronger than he thinks, and it was nice to see him grow and find himself. The two are good for each other and their emotions shine through in everything that they do. Not only do we get the wonderful story of Joe and Zarrin, but we also get to see the true personalities of many of those that spend their time in the coffee shop. Love and friendships build and deepen as the story progresses and we begin to see the truth.

Narrator Dominic Carlos does a good job of bringing life to this world and its inhabitants. I was quickly immersed in their story and engaged all the way to the end.

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

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