Rating: 4 stars out of 5
Antisocial bookworm Caspian hopes to reconnect with nature and find his inner child when he takes on the task of exploring the woods around Beaumont. Or at least he’ll find a new place to curl up with his eReader.
There are birds.
After rescuing an injured bird who miraculously heals within minutes, at night Caspian has vivid and erotic dreams, which he doesn’t want to wake up from.
And there’s the Prince of Ravens.
Birds haunt him by day, and a particular man haunts his nights. The connection is far greater than Caspian can imagine…
Mate, and it’s for life.
From another world, the Raven Prince can take bird or human form, but he takes only one lover.
As a human of our land, it’s difficult for Caspian to understand soulmates, or to imagine forever, much less that their new love will survive it.
Can Caspian let go of the life he expected to find love with the man of his dreams?
This was a very nice story. Caspian is looking forward to a break until he makes a decision of what he wants to do now that he is done with school. Bran confuses Caspian and he isn’t sure what anything between them mean.
This story had a lot of talking in circles, but it was expected with how Hunter talked to Pip in the first book. I could feel Caspian’s confusion when he couldn’t understand what was going on. Even seeing the story through the Caspian’s eyes I could see Bran’s pain when Caspian didn’t understand his traditions. I liked seeing Pip and Alex from the first story and look forward to the next in the series.
Cover art by Satyr Designs gives great visuals of the characters and follows the pattern for the series.
Sales Link: Amazon
ebook, 164 pages
Published: December 4, 2017 by LoveLight Press
Edition Language: English
Series: Elsewhere #2