Rating: 3 stars out of 5
Blaze Canis is doing what he loves best. As a shooting range instructor just outside Yellowstone National Park, the former Navy SEAL sniper is still handling firearms. When Shoshone Native Logan Swift Rider walks into his target shooting class one morning, the attraction each man feels for the other is swift and magical. Since Blaze’s SEAL teammates never knew he was gay, let alone a werewolf, he’s confident his new lover need never know of his two natures.
Logan opens his heart and body to loving Blaze in the most intimate ways possible. When he learns what Blaze has hidden of himself, Logan is shattered. Although raised in both the white and Native worlds, it’s Logan’s Indian heritage that tells him he may have fallen for a witch, a skinwalker.
Can Blake convince Logan there’s no evil involved in what he is or will Logan remain convinced he’s been making love to a monster?
Logan and Blaze come from very different backgrounds. Logan’s Native American heritage and teachings give him a different view of the world from many while Blaze has always really hidden who he was from the world. They both feel a deep connection to the other very quickly.
When Logan finds out Blaze is a werewolf, he begins to rethink everything he knew about Blaze because of teachings from his youth. It takes some deep soul searching for him to be willing to talk about his concerns and see Blaze again.
It took a bit for me to connect with the characters, not quite sure why. Chapter 1 is more of a preface to me and I kept trying to connect it to the MCs to it, but that doesn’t come until a bit later. Once I really got into the story I could see how open Blaze and Logan were with each other while still holding a bit back. I’m not sure they ever really resolve the problem, it’ more of both of them just saying okay we’re good. I also didn’t like that there was never a real ending to the “relationship” that Logan had back in California and no mention of it to Blaze either.
Cover art by Syneca Featherstone is wonderful and perfect for this story.
ebook, 110 pages
Published: June 7, 2016 by Loose Id
Edition Language: English