Sergeant Joshua Tanner is for sure in trouble, and when he is rescued by US Military’s Warwolves unit officer Tuck, only to find Tuck is a werewolf, he should be even in more trouble, but instead he starts to see how Tuck is not a nightmare, but on the opposite, his dream lover comes true. From that moment on, Joshua starts also to understand how he has to deal with his furry lover, how Tuck has basic instinct of protection Joshua cannot force away. Joshua is no weak man needing a protector, but he also understands that, letting Tuck believes he is the one in command, will grant him more power, not the viceversa.
As I said, there is more comedy than drama, and the two will even manage to experience a paradise like experience in the middle of nowhere. To Joshua, still abiding the Don’t Ask Don’t Tell, having Tuck as a lover is a eyes opening experience; most of Tuck’s mate are gays (a genetic thing) and he doesn’t see anything wrong in loving a man. That is, what Tuck is searching is not simply sex, he wants a mate, someone to love forever and ever, and that is a completely new experience for Joshua, let aside that his lover is a werewolf…
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Paperback: 150 pages
Publisher: DLZ Entertainment (July 27, 2012)
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