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Asher has learned to hide who he is. Can his fated mate heal the layers of pain and mistrust to claim his trust and heart?
A traumatic experience with his old pack leaves Asher having to fight to prove his worth. As a top enforcer for the local MC wolf pack, he must do as his alpha requests, even facing his biggest fear - revealing what he hides.
Asher was wrong to think life couldn’t get any worse. After being sent to help Gabai, the owner of the local BDSM club, he ends up with a fated mate he doesn’t want. Worse, Gabai is a Daddy bear.
As they work together to find out who is sabotaging Gabai’s business, it becomes too much for Asher. On the run, he crashes, and his wolf makes a life-changing decision.
Now Gabai must decide what is more important, being the man or the Daddy that Asher needs - or maybe he needs both.
Little Treasure He Hides (Book one, Little Paws Haven Series) is a paranormal, fated mates, daddy/boy romance where a bear learns that he’s not too old to change, and a wolf learns that sometimes all he needs is a patient Daddy to trust.
4 out of 5 (very good)
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Gabai is a shifter who owns a BDSM club, somebody has been targeting a room that's special to him so he asks for help from the alpha of his local wolf pack. She sends her second in command Asher and a love story is born.
This story considering what it contains is a very gentle love story about learning to trust each other and not cross boundaries.
Some of Asher's heartbreak is absolutely horrific and the way he has been treated in his past is disgusting! Nobody deserves that treatment nobody! I am glad to say things do pick up for him though and he is able to learn to trust people which had me going woohoo to myself.
I know I keep saying it but it is a very gentle story, don't get me wrong there are sex scenes involved and a bit of the BDSM lifestyle is mentioned, but I personally didn't feel uncomfortable with anything that was written. I enjoyed that the authors switched between the characters' perspectives so you knew what each emotion the main characters were going through.
Recommended by me. An intriguing read 4/5
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I’m a writer, but I’m sure you guessed that by now if you’re reading this, hey? What you might not know is I’m a little quirky, live in my pj’s most of the time and have cake Saturdays with my sisters every week. I dedicate a little of my time to taking care of my grandbabies and on the dedicated writing days I like to write an eclectic mix of romance, suspense and paranormal fantasy. In the main I’ve written gay romance but I’m branching out under another the pen name in the future, so watch this space.
I’ve a passion for books like you would not believe and it led me down this path and now I’ve over 29 books released and heading towards releasing a whole lot more. The way my head is I never know where I’ll be headed next. I hope you’ll find a little joy in my words and follow me to see where the journey takes me and you.
If you’re interested at some point in 2021 I’ll be writing under the name JP Paton which will be F/M crime and Fantasy two of my favourite things. Be sure to keep your eyes peeled. 🙂
Lisa Oliver had been writing non-fiction books for years when visions of half dressed, buff men started invading her dreams. Unable to resist the lure of her stories, Lisa decided to switch to fiction books, and now stories about her men clamor to get out from under her fingertips.
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