Title: Downtown Bus
Series: Prehistoric Shifters, # 1
Author: Sui Lynn
Genre: Erotic Romance/ Shapeshifter/ Paranormal
Length: Novella (125 pages)
Publisher: Extasy Books (January 1st, 2015)
Heat Level: Explicit
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥5Hearts
Blurb: Micah Lewis is minding his own business on his morning commute, dreaming of freedom and mountain forests. It’s an unattainable dream, as he‘s an owned man. His parents sold him and his twin to a fae collector, who uses Spencer to control him. He is forced to live in a cage on display when not working in the Fae’s factory.
Daniel Hawthorn arrives in the city just in time to have his bike break down, forcing him to use public transportation. When he discovers his mate, a beautiful, blond, human man who seems to be extremely shy, he decides to make his approach very carefully.
Micah agrees to meet with Daniel, but things don’t go as planned. Secrets and ancient legends come to life, sparking a cross-country escape to the mountains of Montana. Will Daniel get to keep his mate? Will Micah attack and kill him?
Will Leopold the Fae find and kill them both before they even have a chance to discover love?
Product Link: http://www.extasybooks.com/Downtown-Bus/
Review: Daniel, a beta wolf shifter, meets his mate Micah, a Smilodon, the largest of the prehistoric saber-toothed cats, on a bus after his motorcycle breaks down. As the two go on a date it’s interrupted by the guards of fae Leopold and attempts to take Micah back. Once Daniel learns that Micah is a prisoner along with other prehistoric shifters he takes Micah and runs back to his pack to get help from his Alpha and brother Ben.
Intense and adventurous story of two men on the run. I loved the fact that Micah is a saber-toothed cat. Really enjoyed the descriptions of his shift. I couldn’t believe Leopold was holding shifters against their will as if they were his for the taking. I was sorry to see he escaped punishment by running.
I enjoyed the whole story of this wonderfully written book. Really looking forward to the next book to see what happens next in the Seres. Fantastic read.
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