Series: sHarmony Shifters #2
Genres: MM, Paranormal
Published by Siren-BookStrand
If Evan Cartwright’s personal life was going as well as his professional, life would be just about perfect. After college Evan and his two best friends pooled their resources and started their own company. His IT skills were invaluable to their business. Evan’s choices in men however left a lot to be desired. At least Evan had found a like minded player on the Hackverse to keep him busy after dark.
Hoping he’d be as lucky as his friend Evan signs up with a shifter dating service. If it worked for Jude maybe he would be as lucky. Ignoring the very vocal bigots out there is getting more difficult by the day, but Evan’s looking for love human or shifter.
Trust fund baby Brandon Payne certainly doesn’t need to work but he loves computer challenges so he’s got a job as head of internal security for a successful shifter dating service. When he’s not working Brandon spends his time playing on Hackverse.
Whether by coincidence or fate Brandon recognizes the coding of his online friend with previous coding on the office computers. And the guy recently joined their dating system. Brandon sneaks into the system and matches himself to Evan Cartwright. When they meet the sparks fly. Now Brandon has the tricky task of convincing Evan he’s not some kind of perverted stalker. With Evan’s previous track record who knows. Soon they will learn that Brandon’s actions are nothing compared to what’s ahead for both of them.
Lighthearted on the surface Bite Me, Too becomes a solid, compelling story of honesty over bigotry. The main characters deal with a multitude of issues, including facing their own ideals. Dangers and obstacles to love keep the storyline moving briskly along from start to finish. Sexual encounters are hot and heavy in all the right ways. Bite Me, Too is an excellent follow up in the sHarmony Shifter series.