Soul Searchers by Reese Johnson
Publisher: Noble Romance Publishing
Genre: Action/Adventure, Contemporary, Paranormal
Length: Short Story (63 pgs)
Other: BDSM, M/M, Spanking
Rating: 4 cherries
Review by Tiger Lily
Turned into werewolves hundreds of years ago, Timber and
his lover, Micah, have finally found peace high in the Colorado Rocky Mountains. Their clan is made up of werewolves from every walk of life and every sexual orientation.
Far across the valley is another clan, and their leader, Jack, isn't happy about the abomination going on in Timber's neck of the woods.
When Jack declares war, Timber attempts to reason with him and find a peaceful solution. The reasons behind Jack's hatred aren’t clear, and Timber tries to learn his secret, but how many will die before he does so?
Werewolf versus werewolf. Who will win? And what happens when one can’t accept the lifestyle of the other? You’ll have to read Soul Searchers and find out.
Reese Johnson writes an interesting take on the werewolf genre. In this work, the concept of bigotry and misunderstanding punctuates the love story between Micah and Timber. As the unseen evil looms, you want to see things work out for them.
I like the tenderness between Micah and Timber. Micah plays the more effeminate role while Timber is all werewolf alpha male. When they make love, you feel the passion deep in your soul. I also like the interplay between Timber and his brother Hap. Yes, they fight, but they also care about each other and the pack.
You know the antagonist early on, but how the story unfolds, you don’t see the ending coming. I like that with this story. Authors can fall into the easy ending and this isn’t one of them.
The little bits of action and frenzied passion move the story along well. This is a shorter read, but you won’t regret a moment. And the love scenes? They scorch the screen. You know Micah and Timber are very much in love.
If you want a sexy story for a cool fall evening, then you want to read Soul Searchers. You’ll find yourself searching your soul for answers you might not want to know, but can’t live without.