Publisher: Hot Tree Publishing
and a human are bound by fate, neither man knows if their connection will be
enough to save not only their growing love, but their lives.Shahin Halcón has been taught that if and when he meets his soul mate, he’ll
know immediately. Always the rebel, he doesn’t believe it until the day he
crosses paths with Cai, a full-human.
Plagued by unsuccessful relationships and heartache, Cai Banes’s life is quiet
and unexciting. When he meets young and wild Shahin, his life is turned upside
down, and he’s not sure he likes it.
But neither can deny the powerful pull that draws them together.
Old secrets and ancient myths about cross-species relationships plague their
romance and threaten to put their happiness and life at risk. Will their love
for each other be strong enough to survive?
As a big fan of shifter romance novels I was excited to read about a hawk shifter. You rarely ever see those so it was a good treat. Add in the MM aspect and I was sold. The pace of the story wasn’t too fast and it also kept me reading until I finished. I will admit that it was fairly predictable to me. I’m not saying that there wasn’t a hint of mystery because there was, but the author left a lot of clues that made it hard to stay a mystery, and maybe she didn’t want to have that as a huge aspect. Either way, I really like Cai and Shahin’s story. This was the first book by this author that I’ve read but I liked it so I would be willing to read more. 4 stars #2OCCJD
Will Always Have the Closet, Desert Jewel, and Loved You Always, Natalina
wrote her first romance in collaboration with her best friend at the age of 13.
Since then she has ventured into other genres, but romance is first and
foremost in almost everything she writes.
earning a degree in tourism and foreign languages, she worked as a tourist
guide in her native Portugal for a short time before moving to the United
States. She lived in three continents and a few islands, and her knack for
languages and linguistics led her to a master’s degree in education. She lives
in Virginia where she has taught English as a Second Language to elementary
school children for more years than she cares to admit.
doesn’t believe you can have too many books or too much coffee. Art and dance
make her happy and she is pretty sure she could survive on lobster and bananas
alone. When she is not writing or stressing over lesson plans, she shares her
life with her husband and two adult sons.