- Dreamspinner Press
- Release Date
- June 2014
- Book 1 of Peckers
Contemporary Romance, LGBTQ
Welcome to the avian shifter world of Undercover Peckers. Where love is instant the moment you find your mate. Where there's only one true pecker for every man. Where the sex is so hot it will singe your tail feathers. Where bird-watching is both a recreation and a preoccupation—that usually leads to feathers flying.
Simon Spoonwell—intrepid bird store owner and history geek—knows avian shifters exist. With so much myth and lore, there must be a touch of reality. But he doesn't expect his proof to come in the form of hottie cop and blue jay shifter Jay Azure. It's an innocuous ticket for jaywalking that brings them together, but an inescapable attraction, a love of awful puns, and a shared need to protect the vulnerable will make them true mates.
Book Review by Breann (reviewer)
Jul 02, 2014 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
95 people found the following review helpful
Let me start with some reasons:
1. There are naked buns on the cover.
2. The series is titled Peckers.
3. There's smut and snark aplenty.
So, obviously, JAY WALKING was fantastic.
Jay meets Simon when he spots him jay walking and proceeds to issue him a $250 ticket for his offense. Upon meeting him, he realizes that this man is his mate. Instead of being smooth, he continues to give him a ticket and becomes an arrogant mess. It was hilarious and totally drove Simon away.
Because of their unfortunate introduction, it takes some convincing for Simon to agree to even see Jay again, let alone be with him. But Jay's persistence was endearing and charming, especially given what a grumpy character he was in the beginning. It was cute to see Mr. Tough-Guy so set upon impressing his mate.
Oh, the snark. These boys were funny. They had some great banter given the mishaps in the beginning of their relationship, and the humorous dialogue continued throughout. Even the awful bird puns were funny.
JAY WALKING is adorable, shifter fluff. Definitely recommended!
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