- File Size: 2394 KB
- Print Length: 183 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Spare Words Press; 1 edition (July 12, 2016)
- Publication Date: July 12, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01IDRXYZ4
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #457,668 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Trey's Partner (shifters and partners Book 9) Kindle Edition
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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.
First off, if you're expecting lots of sex, then this probably isn't for you.
It's heavy on the story and on the experiences the main character has as he explores the world outside his mountain, the new program that can help him and his family and slowly comes to realize that love was a lot closer than he thought.
However, If you're a fan of this series or have read any, do indeed pick it up!
Anyway, I really enjoyed the slow build up Trey had, to the realization that he had found his mate. It was exactly like one of those moments you have that suddenly an epiphany hits you and you're just stuck in wonder and thinking "Oh, shit! It's been here all along!"
Although, that's also the reason why I was a little put off by it. It took too long that by the end it felt that it was really dragging on. It felt like, even though I was enjoying it, at the same time I was wishing it would get to the point or at least, to the point where the characters realized they needed to be together.
Still, I loved it so much and am totally excited for the next!!
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
Casey Williams, is a forest ranger. Trey comes across him as he's returning to the training facility one night. At first glance, Trey can see Casey is closed off and grieving. Even as he gets to know and observe Casey, he finds himself quite liking the closed off quiet human. Casey feels like a safe, honest and trusting person to Trey. So when decisions have to be made about who Trey wants as his partner. There's really no question about who to pick.
I really liked this story quite a bit and it can be read as a standalone. Trey was a a breathe of fresh air. His innocence and ignorance of the human world made him endearing. I really liked that he took everything in stride and was more than willing to try and learn. He was looking to better himself and also willing to leave the safety of home to help his family financially even though he was the youngest son.
The interaction between Trey and Casey were enjoyable to see. There was great relationship building along and good world building. The story was well paced and not rushed. My only complaint is that I wished there was an epilogue maybe a year or more after Trey and Casey finally define their partnership.
I really recommend this to anyone who enjoyed Eli Easton's Howl at the Moon series or Cooper West's The Protector.
A free copy was provided to me by the author in exchange for an honest review.