Title: Of Nuts and Men
Author: LE Franks
Length: 41 pages
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (June 1, 2016)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥4 Hearts
Blurb: Summer break is a time to relax and reconnect at the family cabin in the Eastern Sierras. Unfortunately for squirrel shifter Jamie, his first day back is anything but restful. When his adoptive brothers can’t resist winding Jamie up and sending him on a wild squirrel chase for last season’s buried nuts, he finds himself diverted from his mission in the best possible way.
Sawyer is a man stuck in a tree with no way down, and things are about to get a little weird when one very inquisitive squirrel turns up to save the day. At least it’s not the mountain lion who chased him there to begin with. Still it takes a while before Sawyer’s convinced he’s not seeing things. By the time he’s got his feet back on the ground, it’s Jamie who needs a little TLC—fortunately for both of them, Sawyer’s tent is close by, and Sawyer has the perfect way to heat things up.
Review: Jamie is a squirrel shifter who lives among a bunch of big ass cats. He was adopted into the family but I am not sure if I would say it is a happy place. So while out he finds a sexy human stuck in a tree. It would seem that one of his brothers ran the poor guy up one. Not a great way for an introduction if I might say so.
It is a cute story but with all short stories they just seem to be missing something extra. In this one they give you an insight into the pain in the ass brother but then zip. You would think there would have been a bit of a payback given. Other than that it was a blast to read.
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