I received this book in exchange for an honest review.
The first chapter of the book caught my attention and held it, which was a really good thing. The book was riddled with grammatical errors.
James has been working hard on a marketing campaign and running himself ragged. It's around the same time he starts becoming aware of a were leaving his scent around his home in the city. Aggravated and tired he decided to face down the person invading his territory considering there are rules about such thing. What he finds isn't what he expects. The were he finds is a young kid who was turned. It's up to James to take him in and guide him.
Nineteen year old Hadrian (first introduced as Alex) back story was interesting to learn about. James personality and his behavior toward handling the situation was endearing to me. The fact that he was so reluctant but at the same time willing to help just made me smile. The conversation he had with his mother amused me.
The tidbits readers get alluding to the different type of shifters was something I hope the author would expand upon. The shifter lessons was a unique element in this book. The details weren't something I've seen in other books for me it just wowed and fascinated me.