I really enjoyed this story. The characters are well developed, and interesting. I love the difference in Dylan, and Chris, and how each man was so much more than the other expected. It would have been easy to make them the stereotype of their image, but Dylan was not just a hipster just as Chris was more than a hick. I like the way they play off each other, and their interactions made me smile. The secondary characters are well developed, and I love the bond between Dylan and his brother. It was refreshing to see family bonds were treated with tithe same respect and importance as romantic bonds. I really liked the plot. The werewolf mythology was well done, and it was nice to see a story where there were werewolves and no mystical "one true mate" plot device. I felt for Dylan, and his struggle with his transformation, and what that means for his life, and relationships. I also felt for Chris, and how his past and his insecurities colored his view of himself. I liked how I felt I got to know the characters, but there felt like enough to build another story on as well. Can't wait to read it, and I am excited to see how this story works with the characters from [b:Speechless|15733541|Speechless|Kim Fielding|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1341289963s/15733541.jpg|21415041] in [b:The Gig|17877356|The Gig|Kim Fielding|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1367458567s/17877356.jpg|25033587]. I have really enjoyed this author’s writing style, character, and world building.