Rating: 4 stars out of 5
Legendary shifters are hunted and used, but some people are ready to do anything to keep them safe.
Sam has been living in the forest since his parents were killed and his brother taken because of what they were—unicorn shifters. He hasn’t approached the wolf pack living nearby because he doesn’t know if he can trust them, but when he meets a wolf at the stream and realizes they’re mates, he knows he will have to get over that distrust.
Frederic didn’t expect to meet his mate in the forest where the pack lives, and he certainly didn’t expect his mate to be a unicorn shifter. Sam is, though, and he comes with complications and problems—and Frederic is willing to take them all on.
Sam is wary and doesn’t know how to trust, but he hopes having the pack’s help means he can finally look for his brother. He doesn’t know where to start, though, so using himself as bait for the men who killed his parents sounds like a good idea.
Until it doesn’t.
I really enjoyed this story. Sam has been living alone and in fear since losing his family when by chance he runs into his mate he runs before he even realizes the significance of that meeting. Frederic is so happy and is willing to do anything to help Sam and make him feel safe.
Sam was a little reluctant but it doesn’t take too long for him to want to complete his mating, the joys of a mate bond. I understood how both of these two were feeling and how they were able to work though their feelings and fears. I loved how supportive the other pack members and alpha were to both of these guys and how they all wanted to give Sam the stability and support he needed. Rescuing Sam’s brother was a great ending and in typical fashion of this author, he meets his mate, time to wait for the next book.
The cover art by Angela Waters is nice and I liked the visuals of both of their animal halves.
ebook, 115 pages
Published: March 8, 2019 by eXtasy Books
Edition Language: English
Series: Legendary Shifters #1