Chemistry off the charts—but is that enough?
Tom Langley and Sean Goods work together in a human-and-wolf shifter partnership, assisting the police, rushing in to solve crimes wherever their bosses send them. They're a great team, and they have fun together, too: joking and enjoying each other's company in a way that doesn't happen every day.
Tom is also a married man. And his husband hates the wolf shifter with a passion. Tom tries to balance the sides of his life—one minute on a high-pressure chase with Sean, the next placating his husband Lowell.
Then the unthinkable happens: his marriage ends. Heartbroken, he's not expecting to ever get over Lowell's betrayal or to be able to love again.
Sean offers a solution: sex as friends. They have chemistry, and they trust each other.
But can they change their partnership that much? And is Sean secretly harboring feelings for him—expecting more than just sex?
Sean is a loveable, funny, strong, and protective. He's the best buddy a guy could have. But Tom might not be able to keep from breaking his heart—if Sean is in love with him, and Tom can't love him back.
Warning: this novel contains angst
Sexiness level: Medium-high
Length: 78,000 words
I honestly liked the book, it felt well written. Loved the build up to the relationship between the couple. Although I wish the main character would have gotten over his previous relationship little faster, it made him wishy-washy and sometime annoying. It was like the story line was both fast paced and slow at the same time, but that could just also be my impatience to see them together. Lol. But it all it was refreshing to read a mm paranormal story with an actual plot and not just sex scene with a “me Tarzan, you Jane”. I do wish the story would’ve touched more on the paranormal side. But I’m thinking book two will solve that.
In all this is a NO cliffhanger, HEA story.
Good story idea. Unlikeable main character.
This story had a lot of potential. However, In my opinion Tom, the main protagonist was filled with way to much agnst after his break up with his husband. While I can appreciate and even relate to the author’s realistic character approach to the grief of losing a long term relationship it unfortunately made him a unlikeable character. Especially in the way that he treated his best friend and supposed new love interest, Sean. Who, by the end of the story deserved someone far better than Tom, anyway.