- File Size: 284 KB
- Print Length: 74 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: eXtasy Books (May 8, 2015)
- Publication Date: May 8, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00X099L80
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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Bound to Brody (Shifters and Lovers Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Zac and Brody met each other while attending school, but nothing happened except some lusting after each other, watching from afar.
Brody is afraid that something serious had happened to one of his patients and believing the cover story saying Zac is a FBI agent, he asks for help.
The killer is more cunning than they had assumed and Zac and Brody come away only thanks to an ability the perpetrator didn't even suspect existed.
I was right about the length of this story. It is short and thus a bit pricey. And the relationship develops so fast that there are mere hours between the first kiss and the proposal. But then it could be explained by being fated mates, even if it is not mentioned.
Anyway, because of the short length of the story, the characters are a bit one-dimensional.
Zac McQuade is an assassin working for the U.S. government and works under the guise of being a special agent for the FBI. He goes back to his hometown for his niece's christening. While driving pass his alma mater he reminiscent about his college crush Brody Maitland. When he actually gets home he finds out he has a message from Brody. This kicks starts his hopefully feelings. Until he meets up with Brody to find out why Brody wished to talk to him.
Brody is a successful psychiatrist who also holds a degree in criminal justice. He enlists Zac's help to find a patient of his who has gone missing. He doesn't expect Zac to help him and when Zac does he let's it be known that he doesn't expect Zac to do it alone.
It was an interesting story but moved quite quickly since it was so short. There isn't much back ground info on either characters or relationship building. The mystery aspect of the story was nice and I like that readers weren't really given any real suspects and an idea of whodunit till near the end of the story.
I had a couple of issues with the book. One was that I wished was addressed was if Brody ever found anyone else who was a shifter and got the answers he needed. It was explained in the story that he hasn't met anyone else and he's not even sure there is even other shifters out there. I also didn't like that that Zac was referring to Brody as his mate when he didn't know Brody was even a shifter. For me it felt out of place since this is a shifter novel.
Zac and Brandon have been in love since university - but neither knows the other returns their feelings. Zac lives a secret life - to his family he is an FBI agent, in actuality he is a government assassin. Brandon is a psychologist who does work for the FBI on the side, with a secret of his own. When one of Brandon's patients goes missing and he knows somethings wrong, he turns to Zac, both for his FBI expertise (that Zac lacks, since he actually isn't an agent) and to get reacquainted with his university crush. The story follows Zac and Brandon as they track down what happens to Brandon's patient, and fall in love with each other all over again.
I really enjoyed this story. I thought the writing style was smooth, and there were no moments when I was dragged out of the story because of a glaring error on the author's part. Zac and Brandon both seemed like adorable characters, who I thought were even more adorable together! There was not huge emotional development on the part of the characters, but this was a great feel-good story. There were points where I thought the story could have been developed a bit more, for example the scene where Zac came out to his mother could have been given more detail, but all in all it was a cute, feel-good story that I would read again.
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