A Dove's Wing by Katya Harris

30297999Title: A Dove’s Wing

Series: 2016 Daily Dose – A Walk on the Wild Side

Author: Katya Harris

Genre: Paranormal Romance/Shifters

Length: 55 pages

Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (June 1, 2016)

Heat Level: Moderate

Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥4.5 Hearts

Blurb: When his nephew shoots a dove with a BB gun, veterinarian Abel March promises the remorseful boy that he will take care of the bird and its broken wing. He doesn’t count on the dove changing into a (very naked) man in the middle of the night.

The shapeshifter’s name is Darcy and his clan has just moved into the area, much to the dismay of some of the residents who hold prejudices against their kind.

Sweet and sometimes sassy, Darcy is the first man Abel has felt connected to for a long time. He wants to keep him safe, and when someone threatens him, Abel reacts with unusual ferocity. He’s falling in love with Darcy, but when circumstances separate them, he’s left not knowing if the sentiment is returned.

The answer to that question will change both of their lives forever.


Product Link:https://www.dreamspinnerpress.com/books/a-doves-wing-by-katya-harris-7142-b

Reviewer: Lisa

Review:  Out of all of these stories this one has more detail and depth to it that made it more enjoyable. Although I have to say that I really didn’t much care for the title at first. It didn’t catch my attention like it should have. However the story was pretty damn good.

Abel is a veterinarian who loves his nephew something fierce. It sure didn’t stop when the little brat brought in the dove he shot. The kid felt bad about it right before the bullet hit. Abel just hadn’t expected to find instead of a dove the next morning but a naked man. A naked man who just seemed to turn him the hell on. It would seem Darcy and his clan all moved into the area. Too bad the townsfolk are bigoted asshats who need to be knocked upside the head.

I had more fun with this story then I thought I would. It was light and very cute little story with a bit more bite to it.

I loved the amount of humor I found in it and would definitely recommend this book.

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