I fell for Jason and Mouse just as hard as Cormac did
Dangerous by Charlie Cochet & Macy Blake
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Even though a lot of this book takes place at the same time as book one, you get to see things from a different perspective and discover new information.
Cormac, Duke of Everard, who we last saw turning up to a ball with a human fiancé, his first appearance since almost dying a year previously, is the shifter at the heart of this romance.
Of course, we know from the first book that Cormac is a Dahlia, one of the King’s secret spies and that he was injured in an explosion that killed his best friend.
His love is unexpected. Jason’s not only human, he has a rare heart condition that affects his blood pressure and he’s become accustomed to being on his own when potential dates can’t cope with his medical condition or his service dog Mouse.
Their paths cross under unusual circumstances, an arson attack on Jason’s home sends him to the Duke’s door, not knowing anything about the shifter world.
Watching him navigate through the unknown is super sweet, he has a heart of gold and an innocent that draws people to him, Cormac being no exception.
As they get to know each other, they learn to relax and enjoy the quiet time together until the secrets crash around them as the shifters after Jason catch up with them.
What follows is a madcap adventure through both Society life and the ongoing investigation into the murder of the Dragon Prince.
Ultimately it seems the incidents with Jason may be connected and the plot moves on slightly, all while the two men are falling head over heels in love.
I hadn’t realised that we were getting a third book, so there’s no further revelations about the mysterious creatures or who was responsible for the attack on the Palace.
I was a little bit disgruntled by that, but not enough to stop me enjoying the story or falling hard for Jason too!
I’m seriously hoping that it’s not going to be a year before the next book is out!
#ARC kindly received from the authors in return for an honest and unbiased review.
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