Run with the Moon
Jamie Ness is homeless and on the run. After divulging his deepest, guarded secret, his father attacked him, which left no choice but for Jamie to leave everything behind he'd once known. His greatest fear is that his father will realize the mistake he made in throwing away the only real income... show more
Jamie Ness is homeless and on the run. After divulging his deepest, guarded secret, his father attacked him, which left no choice but for Jamie to leave everything behind he'd once known. His greatest fear is that his father will realize the mistake he made in throwing away the only real income coming into their home and hunt for Jamie. Putting distance between his father and wherever he stops is his only priority. After walking for days, putting one foot in front of the other, it's impossible to turn down a hot meal when Chris Rose pulls up at his side on the outskirts of a town he doesn't know. Offering the young man a helping hand is ingrained in Chris. Something to eat, a warm bed, and safety, even if he could only get Jamie to grudgingly agree to one night. He would have offered that and more to the young man with the shadowed eyes, except more trouble was looming for Jamie. It isn't just Jamie's dad that Jamie has to worry about, because there is nothing in his life that could have prepared him for Chris's secrets.
Publish date: October 31st 2012
Publisher: Purple Sword Publications, LLC
Edition language: English
, Paranormal Romance
, M M Romance
Series: Men of Silo (#1)
3.25 starsThe writing was better than I expected. The hurt/comfort in this was very well done. There is a nice slow burn and Jamie’s trust has to be earned before anything happens.Chris is the shifter in this story and Jamie his, formerly abused, mate. And even though I really liked how realistic th...
review to come.I will say this. I LOVED Chris! I also wanted to wrap Jamie in bubble wrap.
I'm not sure how I feel about this one. It's not terribly bad but there are a lot of problems with it. I liked the characters mostly because I found it amusing that Jaime kept getting hurt. He pretty much couldn't be left alone without somehow getting injured, which then Chris would become a mother ...
It appears that I have been over saturated with sugary sweet shifter books and my rating reflects the overflow. Had I read this book 2 years ago, the rating would have been a 3. I think as I read more and more of the formula shifter stories, I want authors to take a more gritty deeper dive into the...