- Extasy Books
- Release Date
- March 2015
- Book 28 of Wolves of Stone Ridge
Erotic Romance, LGBTQ, Paranormal Romance, Vamps & Shifters Romance
Out of the Cage: Pause…a temporary stop or rest, a cessation of activity because of doubt or uncertainty.
Derek Sommers is fleeing a bad situation, made worse by foolish decisions from years before. He'd given into his father's demands once and it had cost him a relationship with his brother, Deke. When Derek's father demands he marry a certain woman, Derek has had enough. He decides to find out if Deke's partner was telling the truth and travels to Stone Ridge in hopes of repairing ties with his brother. Except, even from states away, Derek's father doesn't want to let him go.
Dillan Shoreman travels to Stone Ridge to visit his godson, Edwin. When he nearly takes out a man jay-walking, he discovers the battered human is his mate. Having been alone a long time, Dillan thanks Fate's oddly timed blessing. Unfortunately, he discovers that convincing his mate they have a future together will be harder than he thinks. Between a manipulative father, a guilt-tripping mother, and a conniving wannabe bride, Dillan's mate already has plenty on his mind. Can Dillan convince Derek that he can give him the peace, healing, and strength that his heart so desperately needs?
May 10, 2015 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
133 people found the following review helpful
Fleeing foolish decisions and a bad situation, Derek Sommers heads off into an uncertain future and meets Dillan who just might be all the answer he needs in this captivating m/m paranormal romance.
Derek must make some heavy duty decisions about himself and his life but meeting Dillan gives him hope and courage to stand up for his needs and wants. The reader can't help but be taken in by these strong, compelling characters as they work through Derek's emotional issues. The attraction between Derek and Dillan is red-hot with scorching sex scenes that adds lots of passion to the story, and the fast-paced plot draws readers in with suspense and romance. Finding a way around Derek's family is a huge obstacle in Dillan's path of claiming Derek but his secret might be a bit much as well, which adds lots of tension and expectation to the story as it comes to life with well-written scenes and details.
I was completely caught up in Derek and Dillan's story from the very beginning and since I haven't read any of the previous Wolves of Stone Ridge series, I will be visiting with them soon and looking forward to future stories.
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