Series: Wayne County Wolves, Book #8
Author: Stephani Hecht
Length: Novel (124 Pages)
Publisher: Extasy Books (November 15th, 2013)
Heat Level: Low
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥4 Hearts
Blurb: Sometimes when one is in the darkness and all alone, that is when somebody special shows up and guides them to the light and real love is found.
Zaid’s one of the rarest of breeds of shifters, an African Wild Dog. So, when he finds out that one of the biggest hunters is in Wayne county intent on killing him, he decides he’ll strike first. But to do so, he must go down into the ancient tunnels. For that, he needs the best set of eyes in the pack, Kline.
Kline is afraid to go out on the mission, but he’s been secretly attracted to Zaid for so long that he knows he can’t refuse. Will they succeed? Or will they die before they see the light again?
Review: This was as a pretty good book and I loved it. It is book eight in the series so to get the full story you would want to start with the first book.
It starts out serious with lots of danger and excitement. Zaid, an African Wild Dog who comes off serious and strong is a wonderful mate for someone who is kind of the opposite of him. Kline has always stayed at home because of a gift that he considers a curse. But his curse leads him to his mate, a man he has been wanting for a long time. When they do finally come together, it is so hot, tender, and full of love. They just had to come to terms with their desires.
Kline is what Zaid truly wants and will do anything to protect his mate. The story line and plot to this book is fantastic and even if most books start to have repeating parts to them, this one has uniqueness to it. I loved the way the whole story came together. It kept me on the edge of my seat just waiting for the next page. I can’t wait to read it again. It was one of the better stories that I have read.