Title: The Raven’s Flight
Series: Don’t Read in the Closet 2015: Love is an Open Road
Author: Catherine Lievens
Genre: Contemporary/ Paranormal
Length: Novella (103 pages)
Publisher: Goodread MM romance group (June 1, 2015)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥4Heaerts
Blurb: PHOTO DESCRIPTION:
The picture is a close-up of a gorgeous Native American man. His long, black hair moves with the wind and flows against his right shoulder. His dark eyes are looking straight at you, and you can almost feel them on your skin. His arms are crossed on his hairless chest, and there’s a barbed wire tattoo wrapped around his upper right arm. His plump, pink lips are highlighted by the dark stubble on his cheeks.
I have never ventured far from home. Being a shifter keeps me from becoming a part of society, but it seems that society is beginning to infringe on my territory. They, the humans, are all so full of themselves and think they are entitled to my land. But there is one man, who stands up to the others, who stands on his own… he draws my attention. Why?
P.S. I would prefer a non-wolf shifter, but something strong. I would like for the human to be a smaller, more flamboyant man. Please no rape or torture. And I really want an HEA.
Product Link: http://www.mmromancegroup.com/the-ravens-flight-by-catherine-lievens/
Review: I found myself chuckling a few times throughout this story with Kangee’s, a raven shifter, brooding and Jase’s nonstop comments. It’s not a normal pack story per se but more of two people getting to know one another and discovering who they truly are. I loved both MC’s in this book as they seemed opposites.
I also loved the fact that Rangee’s raven courted Jase when Kangee seemed unsure. These two seemed to really hit it off after a while and I so enjoyed reading about them. I just wish the story had been longer.
Sweet short story with lots of attitude that I loved.