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- Print Length: 183 pages
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- Publisher: Spare Words Press; 1 edition (July 12, 2016)
- Publication Date: July 12, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01IDRXYZ4
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- Lending: Enabled
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Trey's Partner (shifters and partners Book 9) Kindle Edition
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Trey comes from the mountains down to the training center to offer himself up as a potential shifter recruit as his family is literally on the verge of starvation. Their den is full up with him, his two adult brothers, his mother and father, and his two new baby sisters. They live a hand-to-mouth lifestyle which he's had to learn to accept as simply the way of things. Trey trained with his father the hardest to be the toughest wolf he could be because he's the smallest of his father's sons and the only one with an affinity for other males. His parents love him, accept him, yet worry for him since theirs is a very sheltered life.
Casey Williams lost his partner to an accident before being talked into trying the training program to potentially work with a shifter. He's an older man, rough and weathered rather than cocky and handsome. I really believe he only participated in the program because he was already so miserable he couldn't imagine how it could hurt him to try even if he didn't ever believe a shifter would want to choose him or his position as a Park Ranger who worked with Search and Rescue rather than a fancy job with the police or one of the Alphabet Agencies.
Mountain life is what works for both Trey and Casey. They love the outdoors. They love the quiet of their mountain home. They learn to love each other through a shared bond of mutual respect, trust, and admiration. I loved seeing their relationship bloom as they got more comfortable working together and I loved seeing their efforts in Search and Rescue helping to save the day or at least bring closure to those looking for lost loved ones.
Trey's Partner can be read as a standalone. I would caution it isn't the most erotic or the most overly romantic of the Shifters and Partners series. These characters are men who live for a purpose. They work together because they have shared preferences about a quiet life of guardianship without any pomp or circumstance involved. It's another really good read from Hollis Shiloh overall.
Did Trey not recognize that Casey was a potential mate due to his inexperience? Due to his lack of socialization? Because Casey wasn't a potential mate until he had healed from his grief? It never really was clear to me since it's been instinctual in all of the wolves we've seen previously.
Watching Trey growing as he learned about the human world was heartwarming. The obvious struggle that Casey goes through was painful, but the culmination of the story was well worth it. The characters were well developed and the interaction of the two men was believable and compelling.
I received an ARC copy of the book in exchange for an honest review