Love sneaks in like a thief in the night. Danny’s parents raised him to believe his wolf was a curse. He’s part of the wealthy and powerful Connoll Pack, but only nominally. He abandoned that world to volunteer with supernatural kids, and he isn’t looking for a mate….
Max is a shifter who is also a detective. He’s working a case that could make or break his career. Danny’s caught up in the case he’s on, and he’s also irresistible. They’re a bad match—Max, an Alpha having trouble with his new powers and Danny, who trusts Alphas as far as he could throw one. But they can’t get enough of each other, and they might bond before they even see it coming.
They could be amazing together, but they have to get past a few obstacles—especially since someone close to Danny might be involved in the thefts Max is investigating.
I usually avoid reading about shifters, but something about Bru Baker's Stealing His Heart had me compelled. And I'm glad I took the chance.
Danny's a werewolf, away from his family, spending his life helping kids who are on their own. He meets Max because of a robbery. They're a couple who have no right being together. The conflict and animosity should keep them apart. But they're actually fantastic together.
The differences in the families is well explored, as Max's family is a hoot, while Danny's family is a pain in the ass, and super controlling.
One thing that I love is how realistic it is for Max to give Danny strength to stand up for himself. It's natural and works perfectly.
Stealing His Heart is a tale of standing up for yourself, and surrounding yourself with good and supportive people. Bru Baker does a great job with this romance, and I'm thrilled I took a chance on it.