Colby and the Little Wolf

Lost Shifter! #17

After years of being his brother’s right hand man and the Beta of their pack Tobias finds his mate, Colby a lion shifter with the coalition. Both men's brothers try to keep them apart because bother men are considered runts and in need of protection. Colby and Tobias at every opportunity make arrangements to see each other, because the attraction is hot and intense for them.

Even though Colby's and Tobias' brothers try to keep them apart, they know that they need to be together.

Will Colby and Tobias be able to convince their brothers that it is meant to be? Or will the two men be torn apart because of their being runts?

Colby and The Little Wolf was a good addition to the Lost Shifter Series. This is best read in order because there are references to others from the previous books. There is a lot of humor in this book as well as a lot of hot sexual action.

I recommend this book as well as the other books in this series.


Book Blurb for Colby and the Little Wolf

From the moment they met, there was an undeniable attraction between Colby and Tobias. Even though months had passed since they’d seen each other, the sparks haven’t dimmed one bit. When they finally met again, it was only natural that they end up horizontal on one of the coalition’s more popular conference tables.

Just as they are sure there is no doubt they are destined together, their older brothers intervene and tear them apart. Not because Colby is a Lion shifter. It’s not because Tobias is a Wolf shifter either. The reason for their split can be summed down to two words—they’re runts. And in the shifter world, runt equals weak and vulnerable. It’s only natural that their older siblings are overprotective.

The one thing that their brothers fail to see is that Colby and Tobias are determined to be together, even if that means defying their elders. Will everybody finally see how perfect Colby and his little Wolf are for each other? Or will the pair have to resort to drastic measures to have any kind of happiness?


Night Owl Reviews Jun, 2012 3.50