What is supposed to be an evening of fun turns into a
nightmare for Christian Jarman, a half wolf and half cat
shifter. Christian barely survived the torture, rape, and
abuse forced on him by an evil man and his minions.
Even months later Christian is barely coping around others,
still unable to simply touch anyone. At least his
business, Were Web Designs, can be done anywhere, including
his new home in Strange Hollow. Christian is hoping that
this move is the right thing to do since Stange Hollow is a
place where everyone is other or nonhuman.
Lovers Jarek and Ethan immediately know that Christian is
meant for them as soon as they meet, but convincing
Christian may take a long, long time. At this point their
newest tenant canít even touch them. As the couple try to
make Christian feel welcome in Strange Hollow someone else
has arrived, plotting to get back the one he considers his
personal property. Little does Christian realize that good
and evil are battling with him as the ultimate prize.
Wary Were weaves an emotional drama packed
with suspense, action, and tenderness to great effect as the
characters tackle a difficult subject matter. While
Christian has gone through hell and back his mates have wit,
humor, and unconditional love to offer the traumatized
shifter. The chemistry and the angst are palatable in the
pages of Wary Were and thatís what makes this
story so good. The only weak point is the actual climax,
the scene itself ends so quickly itís barely noticed.
Having said that, I thoroughly enjoyed Wary Were
and fell in love with Christian and his two mates, Jarek and