Title: Man’s Best Friend
Author: C.B. Lewis
Genre: Paranormal/ Shapeshifters
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (June 1, 2016)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥4.5 Hearts
Blurb: Sam Eastman lives a lonely existence in the mountains of Colorado, working as a ranger and taking care of holiday cabins during the winter. He gets a new dog from the animal shelter and is shocked to find out he has accidentally adopted a shape-shifter.
Philip, a young Englishman, was on holiday and got a bit carried away on a night out. Sam agrees to help him get back to his friends, but a landslide cuts them off, stranding them in Sam’s cabin together. They end up getting closer than either of them expected.
When they go their separate ways, Sam gives Philip his number to stay in touch, but Philip loses it. He’ll have to resort to desperate measure to find Sam again.
Review: Sam had decided that he needed a dog seeing as he lived in the middle of nowhere Colorado. He just had not expected to leave the shelter with a cute dog and make it home to find a naked man wearing the dog’s collar. Philip was on holiday and got caught by the dog pound, while he was in his dog form. Talk about a surprise for Sam, although I have to say that I do hope that Philip actually stays with Sam, because he is such a goofball.
This was a blast to read, although it was a bit depressing in parts of it. I wish that it had been longer with a bit more to it. I enjoyed it quite a bit though and would definitely recommend it. It was funny as hell and the characters were quirky and a joy to read about.
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