Thursday, February 2, 2017

Gunpoint by Erin M. Leaf

Title: Gunpoint
Series: Sky Hunters, 1
Author: Erin M. Leaf
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: MM, Paranormal
Pages: 110
Reviewer: Redz










Publisher's Blurb

Soul-bruised and bitter, Charlie left the military for peaceful solitude. When he’s mugged at gunpoint, his isolation is shattered, because the guy with the weapon is his mate, and Charlie’s falcon insists on truth: the other half of his soul is a desperate man who doesn’t know he’s a shifter.

Warren has no money for rent, his sister’s ex beat her bloody, and he’s working double shifts to survive. He thought his life couldn’t get any worse, but then he mugs an ex-soldier who somehow turns the tables and offers him something impossible: hope.

Of course, nothing is that simple, and Charlie’s resistance to their bond sabotages their relationship before it really begins. Warren can handle hardship, but now his enemies are bigger than the bully next door, and he’s broken the darkest taboo of the Sky Hunter falcons. Only Charlie can save him, but can a damaged ex-soldier save himself, too?






Review

Gunpoint is the first book in the Sky Hunters series by author Erin M. Leaf. I like this story of learning to trust yourself, and how love can bring that process to a head.
Charlie what do you do when your fated mate has a gun on you and wants to rob you? Well he does feel do damaged to be a mate. But not too damaged to use this situation to help his mate. I liked his heart. He is a true alpha spirit in him. He is loyal, kind, and a bit too hard on himself.
Warren before meeting Charlie was never gay, he also never knew he was a shifter. Who knew meeting one man could change his life in so many ways. He is taking care of his twin sister. Going to college, he is just trying to make ends meet. Over all he is a great person. Loyal, very kind, and extremely driven to help.
I liked how these characters balanced each other out. Where one is experienced the other is innocent in a lot of areas. But together they can do anything. I love this start to the Sky Hunters series and look forward to many more in the future. 

                          Five Shooting Stars


 

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