TOUCHING TATE by Stephani Hecht

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TOUCHING TATE by Stephani HechtTouching Tate by Stephani Hecht
Series: Wayne County Wolves #11
Published by eXtasy Books Genres: MM, Paranormal
Reviewed by Lisa

The family quarters wolf shifter Tate once shared with his younger brothers Kline and Finn are quiet these days now that the twins had found their mates and moved out.  Everyone seemed to be finding their mates lately, except Tate.

 

When Tate’s brother-in-law Zaid asks for a personal favor it’s easy to accept his request.  Zaid needs help hunting down a member of the little pack he used to belong to.  Finding Walsh isn’t really the problem, it’s getting the ferret shifter to agree to rehab.  Walsh is addicted to the shifter drug TAR and it’s slowly killing him.  Emaciated and filthy the ferret is on his last legs when the two discover his hideout.  Finally, this time Walsh accepts help, willing to enter rehab.

 

Six months pass and Walsh is healthy and ready to be a productive member of the pack.  As a friend it’s easy for the wolf to see beyond the ferret’s past.  Tate is beginning to feel something stronger than friendship, but he worries that it’s too soon for Walsh to start a more intimate relationship with him.  Somehow the ferret must show that he’s ready, willing, and able to love the sexy wolf.

 

Addiction shifter style is highlighted in Touching Tate the eleventh offering in the Wayne County Wolves series.  Straightforward, lonely Tate finds love with a fractured, healing soul in Walsh.  A sweet and sexy romance evolves over time and it’s a joy to witness.  Happiness trumps misery in this entertaining love story.

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