Reviewed by Dennis
TITLE: A Dove’s Wing
SERIES: A Walk on the Wild Side (Daily Dose 2016)
AUTHOR: Katya Harris
PUBLISHER: Dreamspinner Press
LENGTH: 55 Pages
RELEASE DATE: June 1, 2016
When his nephew shoots a dove with a BB gun, veterinarian Abel March promises the remorseful boy that he will take care of the bird and its broken wing. He doesn’t count on the dove changing into a (very naked) man in the middle of the night.
The shapeshifter’s name is Darcy and his clan has just moved into the area, much to the dismay of some of the residents who hold prejudices against their kind.
Sweet and sometimes sassy, Darcy is the first man Abel has felt connected to for a long time. He wants to keep him safe, and when someone threatens him, Abel reacts with unusual ferocity. He’s falling in love with Darcy, but when circumstances separate them, he’s left not knowing if the sentiment is returned.
The answer to that question will change both of their lives forever.
I truly enjoyed this story of love that isn’t supposed to be, but then who says who controls our feelings and who we fall in love with.
Abel has taken in a dove with a broken wing that his nephew Billy shot with a bb gun. Little did he know that this dove wasn’t any ordinary dove but a shapeshifter from a clan of shapeshifters that just moved into the forest near his town.
The feelings are immediate from them both and the way Katya Harris wrote these characters you can visualize the words on the page and she paints the pictures of them and their actions very well. The only issue I had is that once it was over I wanted more, but then that’s not a bad thing to want.