Author: Catherine Lievens
Cover Artist: Latrisha Waters
Rating: 4 of 5 Stars
Publication Date: 10/08/2015
Length: Novella (~ 15K-50K)
Genre: M/M Romance, Paranormal
It’s not easy to trust when you’ve already been burned.
Nysys is a member of the paranormal council, but he knows no one actually takes him seriously. When Morin Glass asks for help and protection, Nysys takes the opportunity and asks Dominic to be assigned as the man’s bodyguard. He never expects to find out Morin is his mate, but he has no intention to actually tell him. He knows they’re too different, their worlds miles apart.
Morin has taken his father’s place as the head of the Glass Research Company even though he didn’t want to. He’s horrified by what the man has done and intends to work with the council to make things as right as they can. He has a problem, though. A killer is after him, and he needs help.
Nysys and Morin slowly grow closer as the days pass, but the killer is never far away. They also have to deal with Rayford Glass’ trial and hostile council members. Will it be enough to tear them apart before they really have a chance at happiness?
Lucky thirteen? Well for me and Whitedell Pride, I certainly enjoyed the thirteenth installment. Definitely in my top 2 or 3 favorites in the series to date.
Nysys doesn’t fit in. He didn’t fit in with the family he was born with. He feels like an outsider in the family he chose. He also feels he can’t do anything right. When given the chance to use his unique (to his species) gift and single status to protect the most important witness in the Glass Pharmaceutical trial, he takes that chance.
It takes much of the book for Nysys to grow into feeling his worth. It isn’t an easy journey for him to accept that he is worthy to his mate. He doesn’t even expect to tell his mate that he IS his mate. However, the pursuit is heartwarming to watch.
If you have been following the series (and the brother series Gilliham Pack) to date, you know Nysys. He is always ready to help. He is always ready to be an ear. He has a huge heart. But he hides behind tattoos, pink hair, and various affectations. He knows what he wants, but he is a klutz and has low self-esteem. In short you want to wrap him in a hug and protect him from the world.
Luckily for him (and us) Morin is just the man to do that.
I would like to thank the publisher for providing me with the eARC of this title in exchange for my honest opinion.
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