I enjoyed this book and looking forward to reading the rest of the series. The three men were written well and I enjoyed reading about them and their relationship with each other, which makes me want to read the other stories as well. I also liked Dawn’s character and her relationship with Garrett. I would have liked to read more about her family history but I guess not enough pages. I would recommend this series.
I enjoyed the premise for this story, and the characters were personable enough that I wanted to see where this would go and what would happen. However this book was way too short to do the story justice. Most issues, like the supposed harassing and the piss poor police response, were only fleeting with none of the in-depth exploration I was expecting. Had the potential, but this was a missed opportunity.
Garrett is on his way to the middle of no where to build a house for a woman he’s only spoken to on the phone, but believes she is his mate! When he meets her for the furst time, he knows she’s it, but how to explain that he’s a shifter...hhmmm. Dawn has moved to the middle of no where for a particular reason and when she meets the crew who are going to build her house, she is instantly drawn to Garrett. But when the house is starting to progress a threat, no one saw coming emerges and puts the foundation Garrett was trying to lay in their relationship at risk!
Great read, loved this new crew of shifters and I’m looking forward to finding out more about Hunter and Grayson:) I received an advance copy and willingly leave my honest review.