Drifting With A Giant Squid by Charlie Richards

Drifting With A Giant Squid by Charlie RichardsDrifting With A Giant Squid by Charlie Richards
Genres: MM, Paranormal
Reviewed by:Publisher
Published by eXtasy Books

The Marine themed park World of Aquatica provides a true adventure for visitors.  It also provides a secret and safe home for a variety of aquatic shifters.

Owners Kaiser and William run the marine attraction with a firm, gentle hand as the de facto Alpha and Beta of their unusual family.  The absence of their father and the death of their mother early on meant that Kaiser shouldered the responsibility of raising the much younger William.  They’ve been together for hundreds of years.  

Captain John Casinov has earned the respect of his police department with hard work and fairness.  In his early fifties with good health John isn’t ready to retire though his son would like nothing better.  In fact, his son, daughter-in-law and two grandchildren are visiting for a few days and hoping they can nudge John into moving south, nearer to them.  

Free tickets to World of Aquatica seems like a great way for them to spend some family time together.  They visit the sting ray pool and listen to staff member William tell them about the creatures. John is taken aback when the younger man flirts and asks him out but his son’s derisive comments stop John dead.  He never realized he’d raised a homophobe.

Too bad because William knows that John is his fated mate.  This may call for more patience than expected but the shifter is up to the challenge now that he’s found John.
Enjoy the love, the conflict and confusion in Drifting with a Giant Squid.  Family becomes the obstacle for the main characters in this appealing romance.  John and William’s storyline brings a solid blend of tension, passion and action.  William’s family embraces his mate while John deals with his difficult adult son. This love story doesn’t disappoint.

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