Synopsis: Everyone knows magic users and werewolves are intrinsically diametrically opposed...
Seattle Police Detective Ethan Ellison, born into a long line of Quebecois magicians, leads a fairly unassuming life working Theft and consulting on magical misdemeanors. He’s spent eight years building a life for himself in Seattle, far from his father's shadow. He works hard, lives under the radar, and fucks whoever catches his eye.
Detective Patrick Clanahan, beta-heir to Pack McClanahan, is a tightly wired bundle of rage and guilt, still trying to come to terms with the murder of his last partner.
When a human woman is murdered in werewolf territory under suspicious circumstances, Ethan is reassigned to worked the case with Clanahan in the hopes that he'll be able to balance out the wolf's rougher edges.
Too bad they mostly just rub each other the wrong way.
This is the first of three books in the BLOOD & BONE TRILOGY.
DISCLAIMER This work contains language and sexual content that may not be suitable for readers under 18. This work contains sexual MALE/MALE content. Not your cup of tea? Don’t read it. Otherwise, please enjoy.
Review: So, this is one of those books that sounded good but I didn't expect to get so hooked I'd have to buy the second book as soon as I finished, but it is. I'm personally drawn to Ethan. He's such a sarcastic and in your face jerk that I can't help but like him. Reminds me of me. Patrick has his own appeal, the silent and sometimes too direct werewolf. He's uptight, but for a reason, and I can dig it. They're such an unlikely pairing but I love it. Got left on a cliffhanger so I had to buy book two, and I'll buy book three when I'm done with that because they're amazing.
Drako is an author and blogger, writing paranormal romance and LGBT fiction and reading almost any genre to review