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Aaron (Wyoming Shifters: 12 Years Later Book 11) Kindle Edition
- ASIN : B08WLNVD12
- Publisher : eXtasy Books Inc (February 19, 2021)
- Publication date : February 19, 2021
- Language : English
- File size : 534 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 106 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #174,002 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Of course that's not what happens though. No sooner then catches his breath does something new brush across his senses. He's finally met his mate, James. His mind spins with this new knowledge. Not knowing what else to do, Aaron fly's away. Going to the one place he's positive that he'll be able to relax for a bit and try to think over everything that's happened within the last day or so.
James is left in shock. He thought meeting your other half was something to be happy and celebrate over. Finding his mate is supposed to be a happy occasion not lead him into a depression state. Not knowing what else to think, James believes Aaron has rejected him. Leaving him heartbroken.
Aaron soon comes to his senses, not wanting to lose James and the happiness that would be in their future. He runs back to his mate, hoping to make things better between them again.
This was a great story, showing how quickly things can go wrong. And that there's always going to be a second chance is your willing to take it.
Great story, very deeply recommended!
I enjoyed the book/story. Not the typical drama of this series, more of a young adult navigating life, instead of violence & mayhem. It’s a nice change.
Aaron & James are two young shifters. Both not ready to be adults and all that it entails. Including mating & living together. Both are unsure where their lives will lead them, and unsure what they want to be when they grow up.
Aaron feels abandoned by his parents, when they had “later in life” children, almost a 2nd family. He has no direction in life and feel he can’t talk to his parents because they’re always caring for their young children. All he does is play/care for his much younger siblings, and has never planned a future: college, career, enforcer, Hunter, moving out, staying home?!? Feels lost and alone and betrayed, he flees. So of course he meets his mate.
James feels like he’s not an adult because he lives at home & his younger brother mated before him, even though he’s only 20 himself, works full time, apprenticing at a bakery @ 4 am, and is generally happy in his life, but wouldn’t it better is he lived on his own? If he had a mate? Like his younger brother?
The only drama is them being unable to be honest with each other about their expectations for their future, how can they have an adult relationship/mating when they’re still kids?
As the book continues we get to see how they struggle between being young and growing up with grown up choices. I guess maybe this felt like mostly more of a YA book which is not a genre I prefer. I can appreciate the choices these two faced and life can be difficult no matter what age.
As always, I enjoyed seeing my favorite character Nysys!
I read an ARC and this is my honest review.