- File Size: 473 KB
- Print Length: 242 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1480156744
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Skull Blaster Publishing LLC (September 30, 2013) (October 20, 2012)
- Publication Date: October 20, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B009U4MU1Y
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- Lending: Enabled
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Austin and Kurt are from very conservative families, Kurt's family even arriving to host a anti-gay camp for "troubled" kids. No wonder that, even if they are probably both gays, they weren't able to live their sexual orientation freely while living at home. Austin and Kurt moved from different places to Seattle, to work at the local fire department, and it was logical they became roommate. Like there isn't a sexual relationship between Tucker and Wesley, so is for Austin and Kurt, they are all really good friends with each other. And so, when both find their pairing, there isn't jealousy but actually support, a support that is also emotional, helping each other to come to term with their feelings, feelings they were taught are wrong, but that to them, didn't feel wrong at all.
At the end of An Ignited Passion, Tucker and Wesley had found their mates, but they thought the fates were cruel for giving them straight men. This story picks up a year later, after they had moved to Seattle to be near their mates and were working as cops on the night shift.
Tucker Storm and Wesley Foster were made into werewolves with Preston. The fates select a mate for every werewolf, and Austin Jacobson and Kurt Maguire were theirs. Austin and Kurt are roommates and firefighters. They grew up in Montana, and both had very strict, homophobic parents who preached it was a sin to be gay. It was hard for them to overcome this, but they were changing their minds. They both hid the fact that they thought they might be gay from each other, but they needed Wesley and Tucker. Sparks fly when they run into each other at the club.Slowly there is hope for the werewolves, and things get steamy. When Kurt's little brother comes to stay and shares his thoughts with them, they loosen up. An arsonist is on the loose and Austin and Kurt are hurt, so their men take care of them and more. But when things turn deadly, its all up for grabs. Can Austin and Kurt admit they love men? What about the little brother? Will the not so straight guys be able to accept their men when they know the truth about what they are? Who is setting deadly fires? And don't forget all the secondary story lines! Things are starting to get very interesting with the group. These books just keep getting better and better!