“Love of a Human” is the 4th book in the Wildcat Hills Pride series. I have to say that this wasn’t as good as the first three books. I felt it was kind of choppy in the telling and I had trouble figuring Donovan and London out.
It took me a while to figure out what Donovan was to London in and out of the bedroom. I liked London's personality. He was a hoot while Donovan was a little stiff. The two men needed each other. And that's what made the story an OK read.
The story line could have been a little smoother, but it wasn't a bad read. I do look forward to the next in the series. Like most series, this series needs to be read in series order. This wasn’t my favorite in the series, but I’ll be back for more.
Alpha Donavan Haas has a secret. Something he’d die before admitting to. To his coyote pack, he is stubborn, masculine, and dominant, but his inner self longs to be free. He’s living in a gilded cage, but who holds the key?
London Fishman is a quirky human nurse who’s read far too many shifter romance novels. Being kidnapped by Xander’s pride only reinforces his belief in the existence of the paranormal. London yearns for a mate of his own. And then he meets Donavan, and all his dreams have come true.
But happily ever afters are sometimes hard to come by. Don’s sins of omission become a barrier between them, and his actions remind London too much of past lovers who have hurt him.
True strength lies not in dominance, but in knowing who you are. If Donavan doesn’t figure that out, and tell London the truth, he just may lose him.