Rating: 4 stars out of 5
One wolf lost his memory, but they’ll both lose their hearts.
Bitten werewolf Tom owes the folks at the Dead and Breakfast big for saving his life. So when they ask for help with a rogue wolf on the premises, he’s happy to do his part….
Though he isn’t quite prepared for what he’ll find.
Werewolf Nathan lost everything to a sadistic kidnapper—his freedom, his memories, and maybe even his ability to be human. But as soon as he meets Tom, he knows he might be able to reclaim his life. And even a turned wolf like Tom feels the mating call. The trouble is, Tom isn’t the only one who wants Nathan, and they’ll need help from all their supernatural friends at the D & B to defeat a powerful enemy and keep their love—and themselves—alive.
This was another cute story in this series. Tom doesn’t think he will ever have a mate and is even more surprised when he finds him at the D and B. Nathan is struggling to survive and find how he can trust, he feels a pull to Tom and the safety he provides.
There are many more at the D and B now, which gives the hope of more stories to come. Once Nathan regains himself he is the bouncy one in this relationship, with the help of Ed, but I think it also helps Tom to unwind and let go a bit too.
We get to see the story from both characters’ points of view and it helps to understand them both. Though we don’t see as much into Nathan’s past probably because it would be painful for him we find out what has happened which made me so happy that he has found love and a new family. Tom will carry everything on his shoulders if he can and I love that his friends won’t let him do that. I continue to love how the characters give into their animal’s basic instincts so much, it is so entertaining.
Cover art by Aaron Anderson is great and I love how it goes with the series.
ebook, 222 pages
Published: November 6, 2018 by Dreamspinner Press
Edition Language: English
Series: A Dead and Breakfast #2, Dreamsun Beyond