Another great story!
This book was the ending to Thia and Bear’s story and like the first three books in the series, it was surprising and completely unpredictable. You have to love books that have twists and turns that come out of nowhere.
“I’m not afraid of dogs,” he said, never taking his eyes of Pancakes who continued to wag his tail and run from one side of the couch to the other.
“Good, then let’s—”
“But, that’s not a dog,” Bear said.
“What are you talking about?”
“Ti, I hate to be the one to tell you this.”
“Tell me what?”
Bear pointed to Pancakes. “Your dog…is a coyote.”
In this book, Bear has to survive in prison and make it out, then the situation with Bear’s Father and his MC being out to kill both him and Thia has to get resolved before they can have any sort of life together. I was on the edge of my seat the entire book. The ending on this one was just as spectacular as the last book.