Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Prey Mate by Bailey Bradford

Title: Prey Mate
Series: Dubious
Author: Bailey Bradford
Publisher: All Romance Ebooks
Genre: MM, Paranormal
Pages: 154
Reviewer: Redz












Publisher's Blurb
Prey Mate (Dubious) by Bailey Bradford - Romance>LGBTQ>Gay eBook
Predator and prey...one reluctant mate.

Cody Sanderson wasn't looking for a life on the run, but one mistake has cost him his freedom. If he gets caught, it might cost him his life. The man he hooked up with for a night wasn't a man after all, but a beast intent on owning Cody.

But Cody isn't anyone's to keep. He will evade capture and die before he lets himself be caged by a monster. When he's finally caught, he thinks he's about to be taken to the one man he doesn't want to see ever again. Instead, he's offered protection and a solution that will keep him safe.

The only thing is, he'd have to be mated to one of the very things he feared most—a wolf shifter. Cody's not so sure the risk is worth taking.








Review
Prey Mate by Bailey Bradford has the story of Cody and Derrick. Cody had no idea just how crazy the world could be, until his stumbles on to a secret that has him on the run. Rides a Harley town to town in hopes he can stay one step ahead of the wolves hunting him. He might be prey, but he is not going to be easy prey.
I loved how courageous Cody is. He is thrust into a game of cat and mouse with him being the mouse. His crazy pack leader wants him for himself, but Cody keeps one step ahead.
Derrick is the latest Beta sent out to track down Cody. He cannot say no because of his rank in the pack. He wants out of the pack, but his knack for finding things makes him perfect for finding Cody. He just didn't count on wanting Cody for himself once he found him.
There is great chemistry between Cody and Derrick. That is something worth exploring more in a later book. The ending to this book is pretty open ended, but I really would love to see a series with these wolves, I want to know what happens next. 


                           Five Shooting Stars
 

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