When Veterinarian Seth Davies moves to Senaka Wyoming to take over for a retiring veterinarian he's looking for peace and someplace safe to live. Trying to escape from an abusive lover who had almost killed him, Seth isn't looking for another relationship.
When Kasey Whitedove sees Seth for the first time he assumes the worst. He jumps to the conclusion that because Seth is a white man and a vet that he doesn't know how to really take care of animals. So Kasey sets out to make Seth's life miserable.
When Kasey smells his mate he doesn't know that its Seth he smells. That changes when Seth is almost killed in an accident. Giving into his attractions to Seth, Kasey finds he has to court Seth with patience and time to gain Seth's trust.
When Seth's past catches up with him can Kasey keep Seth safe or will Seth's distrust cause both men to lose everything?
Chasing Seth was a VERY good story. I enjoyed it a lot. Kasey being arrogant and a bit of an idiot in the beginning made this an entertaining tale. This is a title I'm going to keep on my shelf and I hope that those who like Shapeshifter love stories like it as well. I highly recommend this book to all who love to read.
Veterinarian Seth Davies comes to Senaka, Wyoming, looking for peace and anonymity, trying to escape his past. He’s always been a target for trouble and pain, and Seth has had more than his share of both. Kasey Whitedove takes one look at Seth and assumes the worst. No white man could love animals the way the mostly Cheyenne population expects, and Kasey makes Seth’s first days in Senaka more than unpleasant.
Then an accident puts Kasey in the uncomfortable position of eating crow—and helplessly desiring Seth—despite the danger of Kasey’s life as a werewolf and Seth’s stressful secrets. Chasing Seth down and keeping him safe from his past has just become Kasey's most important job.