Reviewed by Morgan
Author: Catherine Lievens
Series: Council Enforcer #2
Genre: MM Paranormal
Length: 119 Pages
Publisher: eXtasy Books
Release Date: December 9, 2016
Available at: Amazon
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Blurb: Sometimes being in the wrong place at the wrong time isn’t that bad after all.
Anthony is so clumsy he might as well have invented clumsiness. He has daily encounters with the ground and walls, but he manages to stay mostly healthy—at least until he literally falls on his face into a meeting organized to plan Kameron’s death.
Rob just came back from a three-week mission in the jungle, and the only thing he wants to do is sleep. Of course, that means Kameron calls him of all people to protect Anthony. He hadn’t expected Anthony to be his mate, and it makes up for the lost sleep.
Rob has his work cut for him defending Anthony from walls and the men plotting against Kameron, but it’s not his only problem. Anthony is reluctant to believe Rob is here to stay, and Rob isn’t sure he’ll ever be able to convince him. Will Anthony finally see the truth in Rob’s words, or will problems find him before he can?
Review: This is a spin-off from the Whitedell and Gillham series but it isn’t any different.
Rob is an Enforcer for the Council so he can be stationed anywhere in the world, and is currently in Whitedell with Kameron’s pack. One of the other Enforcers is mated to a human (book 1, Daniel) and Daniel’s bff is Anthony.
I somehow missed Daniel, so this is my first exposure to the series, and I was excited to see if it was going to be a new path for our shifters to take.
If you’re a fan of the author and her other series, this will appeal to you in the same way.
Anthony is a bit unique in that he’s really clumsy and that was kinda funny for a bit. But both he and Rob spend a lot of time in their heads waffling about things and that got rather tedious.
I wasn’t bothered by this but wasn’t really blown away either.
Overall Impression: It was good
*I received a copy of this book from the publisher in return for a fair and honest review.*