Lee, book 8 in the Wyoming Shifters: 12 Years Later, is out today!
Trusting is never easy, but sometimes, it’s the only thing you can do.
Telyn has had enough. He only has his mother in his life—no friends, no family, no job, and no real future—but he can’t stand the abuse anymore. He decides to leave his mother and life as he knows it behind, even though he doesn’t have money or a place to stay, and heads for Gillham.
Lee’s life is changing. He graduated high school, one of his best friends found his mate and moved in with him, and the other was arrested for helping a drug dealer with a kidnapping. Lee is also moving out of the house he’s called home since he was adopted when he was eight, and he needs a bit of time to wrap his mind around everything.
So, of course, life throws him a curveball and drops his mate into his life. Lee has no idea how to help the demon he finds sleeping behind a dumpster, but he knows Telyn is his mate, and he’s going to do everything he can to keep him safe and as happy as possible.
Things aren’t easy, though. Lee throws himself into his relationship with his mate, but Telyn is much more hesitant. He doesn’t know if he can trust Lee, not when he couldn’t trust the one person who should have loved him unconditionally. Lee isn’t easily dissuaded, though, and living on the streets weighs heavily on Telyn. They will have to learn to trust and to live together if they want a chance at a new beginning—for both of them.
You can also preorder Leverage, book 3 in the Lost in Translation series (out June 28)