Stepbrothers Domino and Henry Fallon have known for years that they’re meant to share a mate. Domino, a rare albino panther, and Henry, a mountain lion, are ready to start the next chapter of their lives and find their mate.
Ehrin Knox knows why the alpha of her hawk nest called her to his home on a chilly spring morning – it’s not for a cup of tea, but to tell her she’s banned from the nest. Because she was never able to shift, Ehrin couldn’t secure a mate, and once she reached twenty-one, it was time for her to leave. When she meets Domino and Henry, not only does she discover they're her mates, but she's able to shift into a red-tailed hawk for the first time.
But Ehrin's family isn't happy she wants to stay in Ashland with the pride. When they show up demanding she choose, will she pick her mates or her family?
A very complex and entertaining story!
I especially enjoy the stories surrounding the Ashland Pride! It is a large group of family (and friends) made up of a variety of shifter types. In this story, two feline shifters find their mate in an exiled red tailed hawk. Ehrin is a strong woman who perseveres even though she’s been robbed of most of her life’s work. She simply begins again with the aid of her new mates, Domino and Henry Fallon. Domino and Henry will do anything to please their new mate. They’re both talented men with a lot of love to share with Ehrin. I love their thoughtful ways. Evil seems determined to force its way into their lives, however, and they will need all the resources they can pull together to rid themselves of it. Do read and enjoy this fascinating, involved story of the Ashland Pride.