Partners in Deed

Partners in Deed Shy Kevin and outrageous Rhys are buddies and police partners and they sleep together a lot Neither one is very mature but they have fun together and can depend on each other Rhys is part wolf shifte

  • Title: Partners in Deed
  • Author: Hollis Shiloh
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 243
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Shy Kevin and outrageous Rhys are buddies and police partners and they sleep together a lot Neither one is very mature, but they have fun together and can depend on each other Rhys is part wolf shifter but can t shift Kev is a former overweight teenager who doesn t stand up for himself very well But he wants to be somebody s one and only someday not just a sex buddy WShy Kevin and outrageous Rhys are buddies and police partners and they sleep together a lot Neither one is very mature, but they have fun together and can depend on each other Rhys is part wolf shifter but can t shift Kev is a former overweight teenager who doesn t stand up for himself very well But he wants to be somebody s one and only someday not just a sex buddy When it s time to get certified as the official shifter and partner team their precinct needs, the process reveals fundamental cracks in their relationship, tensions that have to be resolved one way or another 33,000 words

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    One thought on “Partners in Deed”

    1. Partners IndeedHollis Shiloh brings me so much joy with the 'shifters and partners' series. There's this strange balance between the humans and shifters in this world which works. I like the idea there's room in this world for shifters who can't shift yet still have this heritage alongside the enhanced senses and some of the drawbacks too since, seriously? There's always drawbacks to basically being a superhero with crazy sensitivity to all kinds of things. Kevin spoke to my heart a lot since I' [...]

    2. Didn't feel realI found that Rhys and Kevin were a bit hard to connect with. We could have had a compelling story with Rhys trying too foot into both the human and shifter worlds and not firing in, but didn't. We could have had a similarly compelling story of Kevin needing to hide around his family, but only got a small hint of it.Instead we saw Rhys be immature throughout most of the narrative and only step up to the plate when pressed by Kevin; then suddenly declare his love and devotion. It j [...]

    3. I love this series. Unique characters and story lines. Can't wait to read more. I recommend all of her books.

    4. Great entry in the series. Really, this is more about two guys dancing around making the leap from friends with benefits to boyfriends than it is about the Shifters and Partners thing. I loved these guys' relationship. They had all the immature bantering along with the sweet cuddling/spooning and hot sex. Their friendship was easy to see but their intimacy was a little murkier. Kevin wants more, a commitment but he's not good at saying what he feels or asking for what he wants. Rhys is a big kid [...]

    5. I liked it, but not as much as the first three in the series, especially the one with Joey the fox. None of the characters from the previous books are included, unless perhaps "Clipboard Guy" is Singh. Two young goofballs, a closeted gay couple, are already police officers and already partners. They just need to get certified to become more useful.The shifter here can't actually shift as he is only 1/4 wolf. It's mostly dealing with coming out and with the non-shifter partner becoming more asser [...]

    6. The protagonists were police, but there wasn't a whole lot of law enforcement in the book. It was a romance between two immature guys as narrated by the shy Kevin, telling the reader about his partner Rhys. I could believe that people would act that way. I was suspending disbelief for the werewolf world, but I could definitely believe that men in their twenties(?) would act like that.

    7. I liked itRhys is an interesting combination of the super sensitive need protection at times full shifter personality and hard ass immature like cop.Still got to see some emotional baggage from Rhys where Kevin in fact, like the full blood teams, takes care and soothes his partner.And, of course there is sex but the details are still fairly vague

    8. A romance between two officers, Shy Kevin and outrageous Rhys. Their friendship was warm and good. Their story wasn't specially original, still quick and good.

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