Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Random Review: Finding You by Lily Harlem #Review #Giveaway

Author: Lily Harlem
Book: Finding You
Series: Redwood Shifters #2
Publisher: Pride Publishing
Publication date: July 25, 2017
Length: 55 pages

Reviewed by Morningstar


When shifters Aleco and Pedro find their world torn in two, they have to stick together, fight together and be as one in a way they never have before.

For Aleco the pieces of his happiness jigsaw have finally fallen into place. With his son Neo now content with a new mate, it’s time for him to celebrate with the two people he loves and desires most in the world.

But little does Aleco know that waiting for him and Pedro is the worst news of all. The third in their relationship is missing, vanished without a trace. There one minute, gone the next.

In their frantic dash to find her, a desperate passion is fuelled, and their emotions collide with fiery consequences. Taking solace in each other is all they can do.

But will they find her? And why has she left them? The only thing left is to keep hunting for the answers and following her trail.

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I’m not really sure what it was about the story as a whole that just didn’t grab me. It was well written, and nothing was wrong with it, but for a shorter story, it didn’t hold my attention. It might be that I hadn’t read book one in the series before reading this one but again...not sure.

I loved the banter between Aleco and Pedro. It gave us a glimpse of who they are together. Since I hadn’t read the first one, I had no preconceived ideas about their relationship, but I still felt like there was a part missing, a deeper love that wasn’t shown to me as I read.

The disappearance of their third, Julie, was a surprise to them and although most of that emotion came through, the author didn’t flesh out the why’s of her disappearance as well as they could. It is a short story, so that’s something that I don’t put much faith in since writing a full-length plot in such a short story is one of the hardest things I’ve found to be done. 

It overall was a good short sexy read with cute banter and some danger, but for me, it just didn’t hit the right spots as a paranormal lover.


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