Embracing Need (Wild R Farms #3) by Silvia Violet
reviewed by: Becky
Horse shifter, Tristan Hayes, doesn’t believe in relationships. He believes in hot, sweaty one-night stands that leave him aching for days.
Private investigator, Wesley James, is looking for someone to settle down with, but it’s never occurred to him that someone could be a man.
Tristan loves a good game, so he flirts with Wes, never thinking anything serious will come of his attraction. Wes fends him off, but after three months of cat and mouse, both men are worn out from fighting what they feel.
When a young woman from Tristan’s herd goes missing, he asks for Wes’s help. Tristan keeps up his flirtatious façade until Wes calls his bluff, taking him out for dinner and dancing. As they search for the missing shifter, Tristan struggles to believe Wes could care for the man Tristan hides beneath his abrasive exterior.
You really have to love a character that is introduced and you think, "wow he needs his own book" having just "met" him. This is what happened for me with Jonah's smart mouthed cousin Tristan, when I first met him I thought there is a story here, by the end of book 2, I was yelling at the kindle, he needs his own book! I am so glad Silvia thought so too. Wes is just the person to see through Tristan's feel good attitude to the wounded soul beneath, I can't wait for everyone to read this one! Thank you Silvia, for giving a voice to a lovely, misunderstood shifter, and the only man that could even begin to really understand him! I have included the Amazon US and UK buy links so that you don't have to go another minute without owning this book! *5 Stars*
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