Journey (Shifters and Partners #10)



Journey (Shifters and Partners #10) From The Moment They Meet, Nat Feels A Strong Connection With The Injured Wolfand Later With The Same Gorgeous Man Nat Is Just An Ordinary Cop, With His Own Problems And Insecurities, But If He Can Help Journey In Any Way, He D Love To He D Also Love To Date The Sweet, Handsome Shifter, Although That Might Be Complicated Than He First Thought Two Men Navigate The Waters Of Learning To Trust, Love, And Accept Themselves And Each Other, As They Work To Build A Life Together A Shifters And Partners Novel 51,000 Words Keywords Shifters, Relationship Growth, Asexuality, Self Acceptance, Sweet Gay Romance

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 150 pages
  • Journey (Shifters and Partners #10)
  • Hollis Shiloh
  • English
  • 27 August 2018

10 thoughts on “Journey (Shifters and Partners #10)

  1. Shandra says:

    Sweet and SincereJourney brings back the romance to the Shifters and Partners series with Hollis Shiloh presenting a love match which burgeons from two hurt men seeking to find someone to trust to help them heal I was heartbroken reading about how wounded Journey was when Nat finds him chained up, beaten almost to death, and how he couldn t even bring himself to stay in his human form due to his injuries I loved seeing Nat push aside all his problems to be the Good Cop anyone would need in ord Sweet and SincereJourney brings back the romance to the Shifters and Partners series with Hollis Shiloh presenting a love match which burgeons from two hurt men seeking to find someone to trust to help them heal I was heartbroken reading about how wounded Journey was when Nat finds him chained up, beaten almost to death, and how he couldn t even bring himself to stay in his human form due to his injuries I loved seeing Nat push aside all his problems to be the Good Cop anyone would need in order to survive those circumstances.Nathaniel North has this Awkward Guy is Awkward way about him I loved He grew up that Jewish kid with the weird mom who bailed on him, leaving him with his decidedly straight laced father who had no idea what to do with him ...

  2. John-Torleif Harris says:

    Thought provokingThis book was great in showing a believably asexual character and the difficulties inherent in clearly communicating wants and needs.Nat was an ordinary cop who really has a heart of gold, but who had been bullied, criticized, and put down so much that he doesn t really see much value in himself Journey is an asexual wolf shifter who was tortured to force him into a fighting ring, and rescued by Nat during a police raid As the two of them get to know one another, Nat s feeling Thought provokingThis book was great in showing a believably asexual character and the difficulties inherent in clearly communicating wants and needs.Nat was an ordinary cop who really has a heart of gold, but who had been bullied, criticized, and put down so much that he doesn t really see much value in himself Journey is an asexual wolf shifter who was tortured to force him into...

  3. Kevin says:

    This was a comfortable and familiar book in the shifters and partners series A cop encounters a crime victim who s a wolf shifter They form an attachment and go through the certification program The wolf shifter has a strange problem that interferes with their love life.Typo Marine i...

  4. Dena says:

    3.5

  5. Emilie says:

    I enjoy Hollis Shiloh s writing I recently read a novella of hers where both protagonists were asexual I was dubious, but it was a sweet romance, and some of her novellas are low heat anyway This one was one where one protagonist was asexual and the other really liked sex It seemed very uneven to me Aside from that I liked the book, but reading romances with asexual characters really isn t my thing, especially ones where one partner wants sex and the other doesn t I didn t think it would b I enjoy Hollis Shiloh s writing I recently read a novella of hers where both protagonists were asexual I was dubious, but it was a sweet romance, and some of her novellas are low heat anyway This one was one where one protagonist was asexual and the other really liked sex It seemed very uneven to me Aside from that I liked the book, but reading romances with asexual characters really isn t my thing, especially ones where one partner wants sex and the other does...

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