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Series: Werewolves of Stone Ridge #38
Published by eXtasy Books Genres: MM, Paranormal
Bow hunter Gideon Ruck has seen many strange things over the years outside his home on Stone Ridge in the Colorado Rockies. Things that can’t be explained or figured out logically. Gideon has chosen to keep what he’s seen to himself. After all, without concrete proof who would believe him?
Though Gideon has never really been into hunting, every year he gathers his bow to spend time with his father. It’s a way for the gay accountant to try to bond with a dad who doesn’t understand him, yet tries his best. Gideon thought he was off the hook for a while since dad has the flu, however his parent is insistent a day isn’t missed.
His first day out Gideon sights a large buck, but the two arrows he shoots don’t bring the animal down. Following a trail of blood the hunter comes across the last thing he expects to see – a naked man clutching two arrows, Gideon’s arrows.
Shifter Alejandro Lopez is on a quest to find the gay Alpha and his pack living somewhere on Stone Ridge to request sanctuary. The herd Alejandro grew up in does not accept gay shifters and he’s already had a taste of their disproval. Next time they could kill him. While searching for a safe home the last thing Alejandro expects to find is his mate attempting to hunt him down. This is going to take a lot of explanations.
Hunting Season Hijinks weaves an ironic tale of a hunter and his prey with extremely unexpected results. Compelling, quirky twists and turns lighten the dark edges in this drama. Gideon and Alejandro face prejudice head on, while others with ulterior motives attempt to do their worst. There is never an end to the original, inventive stories in the Wolves of Stone Ridge series. Have fun as Gideon and Alejandro deal with their many relationship issues. It’s all in a day’s work for Hunting Season Hijinks.