Reviewed by: Linda Tonis
Member of the Paranormal Romance Review Team
Gibson Keller has lived his life in the past years for his older brother Ellis. Since Ellis returned from fighting for his country he has refused to return to his human form and remains a wolf. Gibson is the only one in the family who doesn’t believe that Ellis should be killed and he is the only one who stands by his brother waiting for him to return from his self-inflicted exile.
Gibson has no time for a relationship and lives in the cabin Ellis built and spends his time running as a wolf or walking as a man but everything changes when his brother decides to chase a man and causes him to fall down the hill and into the freezing water. Zach Thomas is a man who has lived through a trauma of his own when a car accident left him fighting to walk. He has bought a B&B and was enjoying walking his property until he found himself being chased by the biggest wolf he ever saw.
When Zach woke up he was still alive and inside a cabin with a handsome man and the very same wolf that nearly killed him. The shock of falling and reliving his car accident was nothing compared to seeing the wolf partially turn human. Now Zach knows that one of the legends we hear about is true, werewolves exist.
There is an instant attraction between Gibson and Zach but Gibson has no room for anyone but Ellis and Zach has his own problems. This is not a long book and so I will not give anything away but I will say that this was a beautiful story and not the usual shifter book. This is a story of survival and I can’t wait for the next book in the series.