I enjoyed reading “Saber and Rusty” for the humorous romance elements. At times I had to laugh out loud. I like books where one character has a lot of growing to do and this book definitely had that. The chemistry between Saber and Rusty was very well written and it made for a hot read. Having Rusty overlook Saber’s so called faults was good for their relationship. It had its HEA ending. I enjoyed this story for how light hearted it was.
Ferret shifter extraordinaire Rusty has lost his lucky hat, and he’s angered one nasty crime boss in his quest to retrieve that most precious possession. Now, Rusty is undesirable number one on the hit list of the city’s most vicious mafia. Can anyone save this little ferret?
Saber has been labeled as a bully all his life. Given his scars and looks, everyone’s terrified of a vicious werewolf who’s good at beating people up. Still, Saber longs for a mate to love and care for. What he gets instead is Rusty. Rusty’s everything Saber could imagine, except his little ferret is keeping dangerous secrets from him. Will those secrets tear them apart, or will love triumph in the end?
Be Warned: m/m sex, spanking