Reviewed by PizzyGirl
TITLE: Sky’s the Limit
SERIES: Wit & Wizardry #2
AUTHOR: Mychael Black
PUBLISHER: Changeling Press
LENGTH: 45 pages
RELEASE DATE: March 17, 2017
Despite his last name, Kelly Snow despises winter. He hates being cold and tromping through snow and ice. So, naturally, he’s called to inspect and catalogue a hermit’s vast library… in the mountains.
Dregan Stone has been around long enough to amass an enormous collection. Instead of gold and jewels, however, his hoard is made entirely of books — so many he’s lost track of what he actually has. He needs help getting his hoard organized, so a friend recommends a librarian.
Kelly and Dregan couldn’t be any more different, but neither man can deny the bizarre magnetic attraction between them. Dregan refuses to believe what it means, but that’s the least of his worries. What happens when Kelly discovers just what sort of man he’s working for?
I enjoyed reading this story. It was short and sweet and just cute enough to make me want more.
The world was interesting even if the idea of dragons and their culture was just touched upon. Maybe more information was given in the first book and I missed it? Or will be given in a subsequent book in this series? Whatever the case may be, I found this one intriguing and wished there was more development.
The romance was instant and fast but the fated mates theory easily explains this away. At the same time the characters acknowledged that more time will be needed for love to be truly felt and it worked well for me. I easily felt the attraction and the passion between the men and enjoyed this little snippet. It was like a snapshot of the start of this mating but I still had questions at the end.
All in all, I thought this one was short and sweet. It was an enjoyable way to spend a bit of time and introduced a world I would not mind revisiting in the future. It seems set up nicely for Max to get his own story next, though it appears it may be m.f like the first book in the series.
One other thought it that I think I may have needed to read book one to understand the series name because it was briefly mentioned in this one and actually has no bearing on the story itself. Either way, I enjoyed this short and I will be reading book one to see what I missed.