Friday, December 19, 2014

Harry's Nature by Jess Buffett

Title:Harry’s Nature
Series:The Keepers, 2
Author:Jess Buffett
Publisher:JK Publishing, Inc.
Genre and Pairing:Paranormal and M/M
Page Count:60 pages
Reviewer Name: Luna
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Publisher Blurb
Known to most as Mother Nature, Nate is used to people not understanding him. However, nothing shocks him more than when his mate and fellow Keeper refuses to claim him. Hurt hundreds of years ago, Nate now finds himself faced with the option to forgive and forget or hold on to the hurt and live the rest of his very long life—without a mate.

Two hundred years ago Harry, the Easter Bunny, made a deal that has haunted him every one of those days. A deal which cost him his happiness. Harry looks over the contract again and realizes he may have missed something essential within its meaning. However, now armed with the answers he still faces a future alone if they go unaccepted.

Join the Keepers as they fight for one of their own who seems to have lost his way. Will they find him in time or at the very least, find who is controlling him?

I really loved Harry and Nate in Jess Buffett’s second installment in The Keepers series.  This story can be read as a stand alone.  I thought Ms. Buffett gave us two strong male characters.  Nate’s heart has been broken.  He has accepted that he will not be with his mate but Harry has other ideas.  I loved that Harry was willing to apologize but I also understood why Nate struggled to accept he was sincere.  Ms. Buffett wove a tangled web that allowed for a simple solution and I liked that.  She showed the character of both Nate and Harry by the company they keep.  I loved that Harry was uber protective and that Nate enjoyed that about him, even if he was wary it would last.  I enjoyed their interaction with the other Keepers and thought it added to the definition of both men.  Ms. Buffett allowed Harry and Nate to forgive if not forget while continuing to move the story arc along at a brisk pace.  She wasted few words but managed to convey quite a bit.  I continue to love this series and thought Ms. Buffett’s title choice of Harry’s Nature captured the essence of this particular story.  I can’t wait to see what happens next as the Keepers try to figure out the bigger picture.

                                    Four Twinkling Stars

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