Reviewed by Linda Tonis
Member of the Paranormal Romance Review Team
Miguel and Luis are seventeen and wolves and have tried to keep the fact that they are mates a secret until Luis’ father walked in to see him holding Miguel’s picture and touching it. Luis was thrown out and his parent’s didn’t hesitate to inform Miguel’s mother of what they learned, unlike Luis’ family Miguel’s mother accepted them and refused to talk to Luis’ parents again. She also knew that their Alpha was homophobic and rumor had it that he beat another gay wolf almost to death so there was no choice but for Miguel and Luis to leave and try to find another pack that would be willing to take them.
One pack after another turned them away and when they decided the best thing for them to do was not advertise they were mates a pack that took them in received a threatening e-mail from their old Alpha and once again no one wanted them or the trouble they would bring to their pack.
Finally they arrived in Denver hoping that they will finally be able to be themselves and finally claim each other and this is where I end my review because this was a short story and I don’t want to reveal anything important. I will say that this is a book that was filled with hope even when the odds were against the two young wolves.