IN FROM THE COLD by Bailey Bradford

IN FROM THE COLD by Bailey BradfordIn From the Cold by Bailey Bradford
Series: Coyote's Call #2
Genres: MM, Paranormal
Reviewed by:Publisher
Published by Pride Publishing


Twenty years ago teenage coyote shifter Gael Vasquez fled his home after witnessing his mother’s vile death.  Not certain who to trust the sixteen-year-old boy left everything he knew for a distant city and life as a human.


Closing in on forty Gael’s been beaten down while trying to survive.  Each attempt at a better life eventually ended in failure.  Gael’s lived on and off the streets for years, lately he’s hitting rock bottom.  He and his human friend Duff barely exist from day to day.


An unexpected run in with a senior pack member from his old den brings the past rushing back for Gael.  It’s hard to believe what he’s hearing, that the packs are beginning to reclaim their heritage and some are even able to shift again.  The new alpha Hudson Miller and his mate Gideon Wells are worth trusting if Gael will give them a chance.


No one ever knew why Gael and his mother disappeared soon after his father’s accidental death.  The sheriff, wolf shifter Iker Martinez wants to help Gael find the men responsible for his mother’s murder.  He also wants to help Gael reclaim his heritage as Iker’s mate.  If Gael is willing to take a chance and finally come home.


A dark and edgy tale begins In From the Cold where a homeless coyote at his lowest finds redemption in the arms of a wolf.  Looking at life through Gael’s eyes, his memories and thoughts is difficult and it rings painfully true.  His terrible past can be put to rest with Iker’s healing love.  On the flip side, Gael and Iker’s sexual activities are scorching hot.  Redemption comes In From the Cold.  A tragic past evolves into hot passion and the brotherhood of the coyote pack.  In From the Cold works well on so many levels.  Sorrow, emotion, and sexual satisfaction.  Well done.

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