Series: Shifters #5
Published by Dreamspinner Press Genres: Gay, Paranormal
Reviewed by Lisa
Frustrated that he hasn’t yet made Agent, aide Josh McPhee nonetheless does whatever he’s asked at the New Mexico substation hoping for the chance to prove he’s got what it takes to advance.
For the past 6 months he’s tried to get through to the silent wolf shifter caged within the substation. The guy was caught while the shifter was on a murderous rage against fellow shifters. The Agency is aware that the nameless wolf was experimented on by the Knights who are trying to eradicate all shifters from existence.
Josh’s wish for some excitement is ironically put to the test when a trio of Knights storm the small facility. Protecting his charge is the objective, but when all hell breaks loose Josh has to decide whether his career is more important or saving a lost soul. Some answers are easier than others.
Patience and persistence wins out in Healing Minds. Josh has found his niche, his place in life with the Agency. Everything he believes in is put to the test for the sake of a wolf he barely knows. Human kindness or humane sympathy? Whatever the reason Healing Minds is more than likeable. Emotional and compelling Healing Minds is a riveting adventure with an evolving tender romance as well.