Wildest Dreams is a fairly good story. I did feel that it started out with the feeling of being dropped into the middle of a series. I wasn't sure of the history of the world that the story was set in. The romance between Steve and Luke was fast and sweet. Luke being a rogue werewolf and Steve being a deer shifter made for a conflict of heritage. One is a predator and the other the prey. I did enjoy the romance and the conflict. I recommend Wildest Dreams.
Luke, a rogue werewolf, meets and falls for Steve, a deer shifter. Fireworks flare between the two men and Steve's family. Steve is kidnapped by another werewolf and Luke is forced to do everything in his power to get his lover back unharmed. Will he compromise his ethics for Love? Will the bad werewolf win and get Luke to carry out his agenda?
The new year is coming, and with it a new era of peace and cooperation between the many races of the were people. But for Luke, a lone wolf on the run from his past and his predatory nature, the new year may not be joyous. Especially when his new lover, an exiled were deer is kidnapped, and he must rely on new, non-wolf, friends to help him defeat the ‘Big Bad Wolf’ who wants to go back to a time when wolves were wolves and deer were...dinner.
Note: Wildest Dreams was previously released as part of the A Kiss at Midnight anthology.