Series: Wolf Creek Pack, 12
Genre and Pairing:Paranormal and M/M
Reviewer Name: Luna
Publisher Buy Link:
Eddie Jacks is on the run. He just wants to make it back home so he can pack his stuff before his ex-boyfriend comes after him. When he reaches his seat on the airplane, it’s occupied by a striking man with a broken nose. But there’s an air of mystery around the ruggedly handsome man that makes Eddie wish for things best forgotten.
Virgil Brown just wanted to make it back to Wolf Creek. After a particularly long and dangerous mission, he’s a little banged up and in need of some serious sleep. When the cutest guy he’s ever seen takes the seat next to him, Virgil is confused by the instant interest he has in the klutzy man.
Deciding to see where things go, Virgil discovers that there is more to Eddie than meets the eye. Not only is Eddie his mate, but the man has secrets even Eddie wasn’t aware of. When his ex comes for him, Virgil and Eddie have to trust that fate won’t tear them apart when they just found each other.
I love the Wolf Creek Pack series by Stormy Glenn so I was ecstatic when I saw she was releasing Flight of Fancy, the twelfth story in this saga. This story can be read as a stand alone. And once you start you will be just as fascinated by Eddie as Virgil is. Ms. Glenn did a wonderful job of articulating Virgil’s befuddlement. He is fascinated by Eddie and unsure as to the reason. I loved watching Virgil behave in a way that you just knew was not the norm for him. And Eddie was such a sweet man, you would have wanted to help him just as much, I swear! Finding out that Eddie was way more than he seemed at first glance was just the icing on the cake. Ms. Glenn has a way of writing that makes the implausible possible and in such a way that is believable (even for paranormal). I found myself rooting for Eddie even as Virgil offered his protection. I loved that Eddie’s quirks were accepted and even enjoyed by Virgil. Eddie brought lightness to both the story and those around him even as his circumstances were dark and somewhat bleak. That is a skill that Ms. Glenn brings to her characters that keeps me coming back again and again to the worlds she creates.
Five shooting Stars