- File Size: 9144 KB
- Print Length: 83 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: April 14, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01E9WY2MG
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #264,533 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Wesley and Zach are polar opposites in many ways. One is large & muscular, the other smaller & thin. Zach had wealthy diplomatic parents and he travelled all across the world. Wesley grew up poor, before his family slowly rose to the lower middle class. One was dark skinned, while the other was Casper white.
One was a Shifter, the other a Human. Unfortunately the author also made a reference to anatomical parts that are usually ascribed to shifters as being large, huge, or massive, but in this story it was I thought crassly used, to refer to a stereotype for African American males. Also there was very little romantic about the intimate acts between the MCs. It's more reminiscent of the author's earlier erotic writings. There was roughness and pain. And it was taken to be normal.
Why do people, especially in horror movies do exactly what they are told not to? Or venture exactly where they were warned not to go? Why do they need to be rescuing? How do they end up redeeming themselves? Remember the warning from the Final Destination movie franchise, "Pay attention to the signs". That includes those instinctive warnings your body/mind give you. Zach was that character in this story. The one that doesn't listen.
The rest of the book was a nice story of a chance to love because of what seems to be the "mate pull" between the two MCs. How a scientifically inclined mind is forced to deal with paranormal phenomenon. How two very different "people" find common ground in friendship, family reunions, and food. How secrets have a way of coming out in spite of all efforts to keep them hidden.
The Bonus chapter, TURBULENCE, is how the new couple deal with Zach's agitation at the anxiety and feeling of turbulence while flying by joining the Mile High Club.
Please don't let this story dissuade you from reading later books by Spencer Spears. He definitely changed his writing style and expanded his character & story development ability. But since I love shifter stories I decided to give it a chance. I'm not sorry that I did, because I've seen the writing maturation of this author.
I thought the story was good. The things that happen in the book kept me reading to find out whats going on. Liked Wes and Zach characters. I seen a few written errors through out the book. some spots had to reread over. I find myself wanting to read more of your books. Your stories are great.
Thank you, for letting me read you story.