Title: Finding You
When shifters Aleco and Pedro find their world torn in two, they have to stick together, fight together and be as one in a way they never have before.
For Aleco the pieces of his happiness jigsaw have finally fallen into place. With his son Neo now content with a new mate, it’s time for him to celebrate with the two people he loves and desires most in the world.
But little does Aleco know that waiting for him and Pedro is the worst news of all. The third in their relationship is missing, vanished without a trace. There one minute, gone the next.
In their frantic dash to find her, a desperate passion is fuelled, and their emotions collide with fiery consequences. Taking solace in each other is all they can do.
But will they find her? And why has she left them? The only thing left is to keep hunting for the answers and following her trail.
Author: Lily Harlem
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: High-Sticked, Grand Slam, Berets and Bras, Christmas Crackers: Candy Canes and Coal Dust
Series: Redwood Shifters #2
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Our Secret, Complete Us, Run Away With Me, His Needs
Published by Pride Source: Publisher
Published: July 25th 2017
Genres: Erotic Paranormal Romance
Pages: 78 pages
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I enjoyed this short story by Lily Harlem! I liked seeing Aleco and Pedro interact by themselves since Julie was away shopping. When they discover she’s been taken, their anguish is palatable. I felt so bad for what they were feeling-and each one exhibited the same never-ending grief. They strive to find her by whatever means necessary!
The Redwood Shifters series continues with book two, Finding You. It is a good addition to the series as we get to know the various families and how they interact within the pack. This is riveting from the very start and the story was very believable until the reason behind Julie’s disappearance was revealed. For me, it didn’t feel credible. Now maybe that’s just how it went down, and the book was solid, but I felt this wasn’t a real strong reason.
Looking forward to getting to know all the Redwood Shifters!!