- File Size: 2294 KB
- Print Length: 260 pages
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- Publisher: Dreamspinner Press; 1 edition (November 16, 2015)
- Publication Date: November 16, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B017L5ZK7Y
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #669,546 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Prickly By Nature (Portland Pack Chronicles Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Avery is a Louisiana bred, a well dressed and cute looking hedgehog shifter. He is mated to his wolf partner Dylan. Avery is now learning to live within his means, still values his friends, and is heavily invested in being a PI. A lot of this story is about Avery and his PI gigs. So Avery is putting in the hours, talks about his boredom on stakeouts, and is working all hours of the day and night. He's pushing himself and losing weight as well as sleep.
Of course Dylan is worried about Avery. He has the wolf vibe going on, wanting to help, to protect, and be front and center for Avery. Unfortunately Avery's schedule puts a damper on most of that. Yes, most of the time the two guys are apart. Dylan is understanding but over time he's more unhappy. While Dylan and Avery aren't whiney, there is immaturity on Avery's part and a lot of the story has unresolved wallowing, in spite of Avery's epiphany.
I appreciate a deeper look at a mated shifter couple and how they work on their relationship. But. Whenever they were together it was sex and sleep. Or sex, food, and sleep. Or sex. Avery and Dylan come into this mating with expectations yet have cultural and species differences. They should be solving and discussing things instead of all this wallowing. Little insecurities became big and some of the angst was over stupid stuff. Like Dylan trying to figure out when to say 'I love you.' It kept coming up again and again in Dylan's thoughts and by the time it was settled it wasn't a big deal.
This story introduces two more matings in the works and no conclusion on them. I hate it when sideline matings are more interesting than the main couple. I'm still wondering who Luc met in New Orleans. And Jaden. You know it shouldn't take a tragedy to make a mated couple communicate. Especially a shifter couple. I felt the angst was more human directed and not what instinct driven shifters would do. Because a mate is everything and their shifter half should have been pressing them. But these two rarely shift. So then there's that. - Dan's Wife
I'm a sucker for those sweet moments between the MC's, particularly when Avery Shifts into a hedgehog. Ultimately, though, this book is a thriller with claws, a great mystery and a highly satisfying read.