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The mission was simple: infiltrate the enemy and gather intel. But what Dylan and Blake couldn’t have prepared for was that an easy cover story could turn into reality. Dylan is more than just an elite Navy SEAL with something to prove. He’s a dark-haired omega that will do whatever it takes to get the job done, even if it means pretending to the mate of a charming spy on a The mission was simple: infiltrate the enemy and gather intel. But what Dylan and Blake couldn’t have prepared for was that an easy cover story could turn into reality. Dylan is more than just an elite Navy SEAL with something to prove. He’s a dark-haired omega that will do whatever it takes to get the job done, even if it means pretending to the mate of a charming spy on a secret mission. Flirty, and confident, Blake is a professional spy who takes nothing for granted. He’s also a self-assured Alpha who has been sent to gather as much information as he can about a new shifter group called the Shadow Pack. The assignment is simple – infiltrate the group, and return with information. These two shifters were never supposed to meet, but when an accident during a full moon puts their lives at risk, these strangers realize that in order to survive, they’re going to have to depend on each other before their cover is blown, and their lives are put in jeopardy. Sailing Deep is a hot gay love story that will make you want to report for duty. Filled with passion and desire and a few surprises along the way, this paranormal story features hard-bodied shifter romance, sizzling sex, and themes of male pregnancy; all hands on deck! Suitable for readers over the age of 18 only.


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The mission was simple: infiltrate the enemy and gather intel. But what Dylan and Blake couldn’t have prepared for was that an easy cover story could turn into reality. Dylan is more than just an elite Navy SEAL with something to prove. He’s a dark-haired omega that will do whatever it takes to get the job done, even if it means pretending to the mate of a charming spy on a The mission was simple: infiltrate the enemy and gather intel. But what Dylan and Blake couldn’t have prepared for was that an easy cover story could turn into reality. Dylan is more than just an elite Navy SEAL with something to prove. He’s a dark-haired omega that will do whatever it takes to get the job done, even if it means pretending to the mate of a charming spy on a secret mission. Flirty, and confident, Blake is a professional spy who takes nothing for granted. He’s also a self-assured Alpha who has been sent to gather as much information as he can about a new shifter group called the Shadow Pack. The assignment is simple – infiltrate the group, and return with information. These two shifters were never supposed to meet, but when an accident during a full moon puts their lives at risk, these strangers realize that in order to survive, they’re going to have to depend on each other before their cover is blown, and their lives are put in jeopardy. Sailing Deep is a hot gay love story that will make you want to report for duty. Filled with passion and desire and a few surprises along the way, this paranormal story features hard-bodied shifter romance, sizzling sex, and themes of male pregnancy; all hands on deck! Suitable for readers over the age of 18 only.

30 review for Sailing Deep

  1. 5 out of 5

    Denise H.

    *** A hunky Omega Navy Seal, and an Alpha hacker/covert operator, are drawn together by circumstances. *** Did I mention they are wolf shifters ? Dylan is captured on a mission, and Blake creates a ruse of fake mates to help the SEAL out of the lock-up. Dylan is a brown and copper wolf, where Blake is white/blonde with blue eyes. Now they must show the compound they are mates, and work together on the investigation. Many kinds of shifters are there, and the pack leader is a Dragon. The first *** A hunky Omega Navy Seal, and an Alpha hacker/covert operator, are drawn together by circumstances. *** Did I mention they are wolf shifters ? Dylan is captured on a mission, and Blake creates a ruse of fake mates to help the SEAL out of the lock-up. Dylan is a brown and copper wolf, where Blake is white/blonde with blue eyes. Now they must show the compound they are mates, and work together on the investigation. Many kinds of shifters are there, and the pack leader is a Dragon. The first part, being a "fake mate," is difficult for Dylan, but he is leery of the connection he feels toward Blake. The story is interesting, the plot flowing smoothly, and interactions intense. Deep characters, likable guys who are sexy and hot make this worthwhile. Their first shower sex is strained, and I assumed Blake's Alpha kept Omega Dylan from resisting or fighting. The result of that history was sad. Aside from that, they were a sizzling pair, lovingly caring, and emotional, with a shocking secret revealed. They slow down and get to be more comfortable, and the mission gets more active. I liked these guys, the story, the writing, and the concept. We are left with a stand alone tale, HFN, "happy for now" ending, which is quite hopeful. I'll be trying more Noah Harris books. :) ENJOY !!! ==============

  2. 4 out of 5

    Tanu Gill

    It was a very sweet book. Thank you, Denise, for the recommendation...:-) I can't wait to read the next book in the series...

  3. 5 out of 5

    * A Reader Obsessed *

    Really easy reading with light ABO tones amongst a military setting - both always add extra points for me. This was a bit different from the usual uncontrollable mate urges and insta love, and I found it quite refreshing. Not over the top, not cheesy, no eye rolling was performed while reading this. Dylan unwittingly finds himself smack dab in the middle of a covert operation he had no intention of ever being involved with. But in order to keep his and Blake's identities safe, he agrees to Really easy reading with light ABO tones amongst a military setting - both always add extra points for me. This was a bit different from the usual uncontrollable mate urges and insta love, and I found it quite refreshing. Not over the top, not cheesy, no eye rolling was performed while reading this. Dylan unwittingly finds himself smack dab in the middle of a covert operation he had no intention of ever being involved with. But in order to keep his and Blake's identities safe, he agrees to pretend they're mates. As they help each other gather intel on the mysterious Shadow Pack, desire and attraction run rampant. Blake has a bit of secret; he's crushed hard on Dylan since they were teens. Dylan has no clue who Blake is and tries not to lose his carefully constructed self control. This was quite the decent, sexy read with plenty of ust and nice angsty insecurity. I'm totally not opposed to continuing with this series whenever book #2 should arrive.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Josy

    2.5 stars rounded up because overall the story was okay. Warning: dub-con (possibly non-con) scene I liked this book, mainly because it was unusual in regard to the insta love we so often find in this kind of PNR. Dylan and Blake were thrown into a situation neither of them had anticipated. To keep their cover within the enemy’s territory, they had to fake being mates. This had been Blake’s idea and he clearly enjoyed every opportunity of being close to Dylan who was a lot more hesitant about 2.5 stars rounded up because overall the story was okay. Warning: dub-con (possibly non-con) scene I liked this book, mainly because it was unusual in regard to the insta love we so often find in this kind of PNR. Dylan and Blake were thrown into a situation neither of them had anticipated. To keep their cover within the enemy’s territory, they had to fake being mates. This had been Blake’s idea and he clearly enjoyed every opportunity of being close to Dylan who was a lot more hesitant about accepting the casual closeness and displays of affection from a stranger. The story reads easily and the plot is interesting. I would read the next book in this series if it revolves around Blake and Dylan. I kind of want to see how their relationship develops and where they end up. The reasons why this wasn’t a solid 3-stars-read: 1. After Blake revealed his BIG secret I expected a more profound reaction from Dylan. Doesn’t matter whether this would have been a good or bad one. Everything but this… acquiescence. It felt as if the author needed this secret to build the story upon and keep it flowing and as soon as it wasn’t needed anymore it was just dismissed. 2. The first sex scene between Dylan and Blake involves dub-con (possibly considered non-con by some of you). Dub-con / non-con doesn’t bother me in general but here I felt like I was missing something important in the aftermath. A few more sentences to explain Dylan’s thoughts would have gone a long way towards making his behavior much more understandable. Without that, I just felt confused.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    This started out really promising. But somewhere along the way I got bored with the endless descriptions while I just wanted more romance. Also, the dub-con took me by surprise. (view spoiler)[Blake had no control over himself anymore, the wolf within took over and even though Dylan said no, they still had sex. Yes, Dylan liked it, and he wasn’t mad after, but he was very hurt and couldn’t quite walk after. It wasn’t rape to be exact, but I was very puzzled as to why the author decided to have This started out really promising. But somewhere along the way I got bored with the endless descriptions while I just wanted more romance. Also, the dub-con took me by surprise. (view spoiler)[Blake had no control over himself anymore, the wolf within took over and even though Dylan said no, they still had sex. Yes, Dylan liked it, and he wasn’t mad after, but he was very hurt and couldn’t quite walk after. It wasn’t rape to be exact, but I was very puzzled as to why the author decided to have their first time like this. Both guys were sweet and not angry guys at all, so it felt very unnecessary. (hide spoiler)] This is a trilogy, and I was determined to read all 3 books, but the end of this left me so unsatisfied that I decided to quit. A promising shifter book, but a bit boring and unsatisfying in the end.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer☠Pher☠

    Ugh... I liked this, I really did. I just had a few issues with it. First being, well, this has to be a spoiler. There maybe should have been a warning as well. (view spoiler)[Their first time together was rape-ish? I don't think that is really a thing so unfortunately I have to go with it being rape. I don't care which way you look at it, Dylan said no and Blake pretty much said he wasn't asking permission. He hurt Dylan, badly. I have tried and tried to go over this in my head and see it Ugh... I liked this, I really did. I just had a few issues with it. First being, well, this has to be a spoiler. There maybe should have been a warning as well. (view spoiler)[Their first time together was rape-ish? I don't think that is really a thing so unfortunately I have to go with it being rape. I don't care which way you look at it, Dylan said no and Blake pretty much said he wasn't asking permission. He hurt Dylan, badly. I have tried and tried to go over this in my head and see it differently but I am stuck there. So, that kinda ruined the book for me. Dylan's easy acceptance minutes after didn't work either. This seemed out of character and didn't help the story at all. (hide spoiler)] Secondly...Blake knowing Dylan but Dylan not knowing Blake. I didn't buy this. Aside from that I was entertained mostly and want to continue the series. If Blake hadn't lost control at one point I'd even say I really like him. We'll see what is next.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Jaime

    Fast Paced and Fun I read this book on the recommendation of a friend from Goodreads! I am so happy I did, as I have found a new author who writes great PNR shifter stories and I am hooked! I loved the passion and emotion that Noah Harris is able to weave into the mysterious and fast paced stories. 4 stars and a recommendation to all who love shifters!! I am going to grab the next book now!! Reviewed by Jaime from Alpha Book Club

  8. 4 out of 5

    Mirjana **DTR - Down to Read**

    ***3.5 Stars*** This was a solid introduction to a new-to-me author and a new series. Not much world building, but it still felt very PNR-ish (I guess wolf and dragon shifters will do that haha). I enjoyed the book and it reads really fast, but the romance evolution was a bit bumpy and kept me from rating this higher. I liked Blake and Dylan together, but with Dylan being so hesitant and jumpy in their "fake" relationship...I needed to be in his POV when the switch happened to them trying to be ***3.5 Stars*** This was a solid introduction to a new-to-me author and a new series. Not much world building, but it still felt very PNR-ish (I guess wolf and dragon shifters will do that haha). I enjoyed the book and it reads really fast, but the romance evolution was a bit bumpy and kept me from rating this higher. I liked Blake and Dylan together, but with Dylan being so hesitant and jumpy in their "fake" relationship...I needed to be in his POV when the switch happened to them trying to be more. It happened too quickly for me to understand why Dylan finally gave in...ESPECIALLY because of the timing. Also, I found their shared history to be unbelievable. There's no way Dylan wouldn't have remembered Blake. The book ends somewhere close to a HFN, but not 100% as things are a bit in limbo with Blake's undercover work. The book may not have blown me away, but I'm still interested enough in seeing where these two go from here. Off to the next book... Also, possible trigger warning:(view spoiler)[ there's a dub-con scene in here. (hide spoiler)]

  9. 5 out of 5

    Natalia

    3.5 stars

  10. 5 out of 5

    Cee Brown

    "Their missions were never supposed to cross, yet one fateful accident during a full moon intertwines their fates." I was drawn in like a moth to a flame. As much as I like contemporary romance, I love paranormal ones also. I was given this book as an ARC by the author for an honest review. Blake, wolf, computer nerd, mole had a crush on Dylan, ever since he was a young boy. To finally have the SEAL as his mate, even if it's just for the mission was more than he could ever hope for. A mistake with "Their missions were never supposed to cross, yet one fateful accident during a full moon intertwines their fates." I was drawn in like a moth to a flame. As much as I like contemporary romance, I love paranormal ones also. I was given this book as an ARC by the author for an honest review. Blake, wolf, computer nerd, mole had a crush on Dylan, ever since he was a young boy. To finally have the SEAL as his mate, even if it's just for the mission was more than he could ever hope for. A mistake with his team during the full moon found Dylan as the newest member of the Shadow Pack; the same pack he was sent to gather information about. When Blake claimed Dylan as his errant mate, Dylan plays along. The two joins forces in work and eventually in bed. The chemistry was surreal and I found this to be an exciting ride. I love reading Noah's books and look forward to volume two.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Cadiva

    Intriguing mix of suspenseful drama and shifter romance I've not read this author before but I was pleasantly surprised by this shifter romance with its element of military suspense. Both Blake and Dylan were nicely drawn characters with realistic interactions and no silly angsty drama to artificially ramp up the tensions. I'm interested to see where the story goes next as this one ended on a slight cliff hanger.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Antoinette

    I want more I really liked this book, although I expected more action and the ending was a too abrupt. Hopefully the next book in the series is a continuation of Dylan and Blake's story.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Damir LJ

    MM SAILING DEEP by Noah Harris What was right about this one? Nothing—nada--- zilch--- Here’s what went wrong and we’re only talking to the end of the 3rd chapter here before I called it quits. I also decided to write my review in much the same way the story was written, chaotic, lacking proper commas, and unorganized. --Dylan is on a mission, not sure what kind of mission just a mission- not sure where or to do what. It’s just a mission but hey, Dylan is prepared. Except for everything that MM SAILING DEEP by Noah Harris What was right about this one? Nothing—nada--- zilch--- Here’s what went wrong and we’re only talking to the end of the 3rd chapter here before I called it quits. I also decided to write my review in much the same way the story was written, chaotic, lacking proper commas, and unorganized. --Dylan is on a mission, not sure what kind of mission just a mission- not sure where or to do what. It’s just a mission but hey, Dylan is prepared. Except for everything that happens in the story. The author will even tell you this several times. He is prepared except for such and such. There are a bunch of weres, shifter SEALS and two officers. Nope not a clue what kind of officers. There’s a werebear and a flippant out-of-left field mention about being a wolf. Their mission was one (whatever that means), if all goes according to planned. (But wait… isn’t Dylan supposed to be prepared for everything?) --There is some mention about shifting to relieve tension the night before the full moon, to help them keep in control of themselves. (Wait! Aren’t these guys on a Mission? As in like shifter SEALS? So one would think they are in control of themselves, right? Not newbies? --Alphas are wandering around and some omegas. I got the sense that the author isn’t entirely sure what an omega is but used it anyways hoping no one would notice. --There is a constant mention about staying down wind. (I guess someone didn’t take a bath or something.) Then the mention of being in heat. (maybe that’s why they are downwind? They don’t really clarify on this. I had to double check this was still MM and all the shifters on the ‘Mission’ were also all male. No mention of mpreg so far. That checked out so not sure who was in heat. But just to be clear (for the author), unless you’re creating mpreg, dudes don’t go into heat. Some anatomically correct biology would have been a welcome here. There was apparent news received of a mate giving birth. We’re ‘told’ that. --A werebear who is cranky and loud, but knows not to make too much noise even though he is stomping around and ripping up trees. (make up your mind: he is either noisy or not. Shredding trees tends to suggest a lot of noise) --Dylan wanders away from the others but has two following with him. (Again, make up your mind: alone means alone.) --Now mind you there is zero world building here. Outside? Warehouse? Took over the circus tent? Nothing. No mention of enemy territory, terra forming, social network, is there milk and cookies later? Again nothing is there to set a place/stage, just the banging about on a mission to steal Johnny Walker’s crayons. Or something. --Next they’re preparing to tranquilize themselves. Not enough to dope themselves out because that wouldn’t be safe. Better to be high as a kite but still be able to run away then be passed out sloshed drunk on the ground. Except they staked their dumb asses to the ground. The whole thing just makes the SEALS more like fools and unimpressive. --It should have been routine except someone (the werebear got ratted out in the next sentence) got the doses wrong, maybe? (can’t decide?) -- then it jumps back to saying “All was going smoothly….” (Make up your mind… it was going according to plan then it went wrong but is started off good???) --then it goes into ‘telling the future scene’ of their doped up full moon night in past tense. Wtf? Stop! Stop! Stop! Don’t publish until you learn to write a coherent story that readers can follow without getting a headache. Please learn to write in a forward thought. A consistent thought that will develop a plot or something. Some trees and a roof would be nice. And bacon. Everything goes down better with bacon. --And get an editor. One sentience had six commas when it didn’t need even one. Patient and patience are not interchangeable. --Formatting is sloppy WARNING for readers: first three chapter in their entirety read exactly as I displayed above. Banging around topics like bumper cars. The author can’t seem to make up their mind if they are coming or going, bouncing off walls, doing the moonwalk or passing tokes around. Through and through. I stopped after that. For those who like to attack reviewers with the nonsense that I have to read an entire book to qualify to review you. Here is my suggestion to you, go ahead and grab that rotten apple from the bottom of the fruit stand and take a big a** bite of it and chew on that awhile. Now try and tell me you have to eat the entire rotten thing to know if it was truly suck ass bad or maybe the last bite surprised with a sweet decadence. I don’t need to waste any more time than I already have. POST NOTE: Just to prove my point, I skipped to the end, last two lines read as… “Blake was infuriating and cocky, but he was also kind and caring. Dylan was prepared for many things, but one thing he could never have been prepared for was getting a mate.” Two sentence both contradictions. I rest my case. You may want to pass on this one or keep aspirin close and pillow to buffer tablet throwing.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Jacq ~

    Blake & Dylan sigh...Fun exciting read. The chemistry was off the chart. “Dylan frowned, “Who are you?” He demanded in a whisper. “I’ll tell you later.— “For now, kiss me.” Blake so sweetly said sign... damn I’m glad I own it!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Colleen

    A M/M military shifter romance with intrigue dampened with romantic manipulation and dubious consent. Title: Sailing Deep Author: Noah Harris Series: Paranormal Shifter - M/M NAVY SEAL Genre: M/M Paranormal Romance Main Characters : Blake is a highly trained soldier, part of an elite all-shifter unit within the Navy SEALS. He has dedicated his life to working with his unit to protect his people and his country. As an Omega, he can mate with other shifters, but his love life has been seriously A M/M military shifter romance with intrigue dampened with romantic manipulation and dubious consent. Title: Sailing Deep Author: Noah Harris Series: Paranormal Shifter - M/M NAVY SEAL Genre: M/M Paranormal Romance Main Characters : Blake is a highly trained soldier, part of an elite all-shifter unit within the Navy SEALS. He has dedicated his life to working with his unit to protect his people and his country. As an Omega, he can mate with other shifters, but his love life has been seriously dormant since his high school boyfriend broke his heart years ago. Dylan is an intelligence operative working undercover in a shifter organization to try to determine their purpose. It’s the same organization that Blake’s unit is trying to get intel on. Dylan is an Alpha without a mate, but immediately likes the idea of claiming Blake, even if it’s just to explain his sudden appearance in the questionable shifter community. Plot/Conflict: Blake ends up behind enemy lines after a SNAFU during the full moon. Dylan recognizes him from photos (because Dylan is the mole planted in the shifter pack under investigation) and claims Blake as his mate in order to explain his presence in the camp. It quickly becomes apparent that Dylan is more than willing to take things further than “fake mates” by Blake is reluctant to jump in heart first with the overly charming alpha. While Blake and Dylan are figuring out their relationship status, there is still the shifter pack to figure out, the missing members of Blake’s SEAL unit, and the weird knowledge and connection that Dylan seems to have with Blake. Loves: I can’t say there was anything that stood out enough to love here. There were some likes, but more peeves. Likes: The actual story and plot line are pretty cool, the idea of the shifter military unit isn’t a new one, but this one was done well and in a believable manner. Peeves: Blake took too long to get in line with the program for me. He was emotionally guarded without specific reason mentioned to his character. And this kind of played into my next biggest peeve, or maybe major freaking issue is better: Dubious consent. The first real sex scene between Blake and Dylan is one of questionable consent at best. It’s blamed on Dylan’s wolf instincts, he can’t stop, he can’t help but be rough, etc. Blake says no, tells Dylan to wait, mentions pain, etc, but never physically fights Dylan off. Afterwards, Blake is in so much pain he can barely walk. And at this point, you still don’t think that Blake even moderately LIKES Dylan, let alone manages to feel something for him. And after Dylan helps Blake get in bed and gets him dinner after pretty much raping him, Blake decides that this is the start of their physical relationship and they now start acting like a real couple. No. Sorry. Not my thing.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Melissa

    A complimentary audio was provided in exchange for an honest review. This was a light shifter story with cute characters. I wasn't sure exactly why Dylan and Blake were undercover with this particular pack. Aside from that I enjoyed this. It's not something to be taken seriously and I found a lot of joy in this fluffy romance. 3 stars. Recommend for those looking for a light, easy, and not to be taken seriously read. The narration! STELLAR!!! AWESOME! I could listen to him forever! I need to find A complimentary audio was provided in exchange for an honest review. This was a light shifter story with cute characters. I wasn't sure exactly why Dylan and Blake were undercover with this particular pack. Aside from that I enjoyed this. It's not something to be taken seriously and I found a lot of joy in this fluffy romance. 😊 3 stars. Recommend for those looking for a light, easy, and not to be taken seriously read. The narration! STELLAR!!! AWESOME! I could listen to him forever! I need to find more by him. Highly recommend the narrator. He was able to put character in to the characters, vocal talent was great.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Ula'ndi Hart

    Overall book review: 2.8 Confused... Stars Audio book: Book cover: 4.5 Well...what can I say ... I loved the cover? I did! I loved it. And that is that. Because like...where is the rest of the story?? I liked the idea. I got myself all warm and cosy in this “Shadow Pack”. Who wouldn’t for heaven sake there’s a DRAGON SHIFTER alpha! How cool is that?? I felt like.... You get so much information. You get drawn into a world and a relationship and the Poof! Gone. Next please? I’m not very enthusiastic at Overall book review: 2.8 Confused... Stars Audio book: Book cover: 4.5 Well...what can I say ... I loved the cover? I did! I loved it. And that is that. Because like...where is the rest of the story?? I liked the idea. I got myself all warm and cosy in this “Shadow Pack”. Who wouldn’t for heaven sake there’s a DRAGON SHIFTER alpha! How cool is that?? I felt like.... You get so much information. You get drawn into a world and a relationship and the Poof! Gone. Next please? I’m not very enthusiastic at the moment. No

  18. 4 out of 5

    joani

    A good start to series As long as the series remains focused on our two main characters. There is too much unresolved between these two unlikely mates. Blake has always loved Dylan and he is wearing Dylan down...He will have his mate...also I think this home is perfect for them stay with and protect. Their Dragon shifter alpha is a great man who just wants a safe haven for all the different shifters that want peace.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Katrina Passick Lumsden

    DNF at 27%. I was really trying. Truly. But I just couldn't get past Dylan, the Navy SEAL who was dumber than a brain-damaged Labrador. How the fuck that guy ever managed to get on a SEAL team without knowing the first thing about an undercover op is beyond me. No, he's not specifically a spy, but SEALS are trained in that shit. Seriously. Noah Harris....what the everloving fuck is this?

  20. 5 out of 5

    ~nikki the recovering book addict

    I don't know why it took me so long to get to this book. It's been sitting in my kindle for more than a month. But I'm glad I finally read it. I loved it! Perhaps the ending was a little abrupt but still, I really enjoyed it!

  21. 5 out of 5

    dbbks3

    Good. A friend recommended this book. So glad. A different kind of shifter story.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Mimi

    3.5 stars

  23. 5 out of 5

    Adrienne -kocham czytać-

    Holy crap, plot holes galore! (Spoilers to follow.) So Blake is Dylan's ex's little brother, whom Dylan knew, grew up with, talked to and had physical contact with for years, plus drunkenly slept in the same bed with him once, yet he doesn't recognize his face, voice, body, scent, or anything...alriiiiiiiiight.........not buying that. Blames isn't surprised/offended/anything except amused at the above development and makes it into a sort of game. Dylan turns up with no clothes or personal Holy crap, plot holes galore! (Spoilers to follow.) So Blake is Dylan's ex's little brother, whom Dylan knew, grew up with, talked to and had physical contact with for years, plus drunkenly slept in the same bed with him once, yet he doesn't recognize his face, voice, body, scent, or anything...alriiiiiiiiight.........not buying that. Blames isn't surprised/offended/anything except amused at the above development and makes it into a sort of game. Dylan turns up with no clothes or personal possessions and doesn't mention any, yet the pack just buys that story. Yeah, sure, someone would travel who knows how far with nothing (not even the clothes on their back--even if they're a shifter), and no one even questions it. Not buying that. After their first run together (and several other times), there is no mention of sexual desire, each other's physicality (ehem, I'm talking about erections), their mutual nakedness, etc., even when they are pressed bodily together while naked and waking up after a run and the full moon that would happen spurred sexual urges like crazy. Hmmm, things being overlooked seems to be a theme in this book. There is little mention of scenting or other parts of their shifter natures that would have played a bigger part in everyday life and their spying. Things were a bit half-assed and conveniently left out or put together to further the plot, instead of strictly making sense. Some editing mistakes, like them sneaking somewhere and only seeing the room at night, yet Dylan thinking about how it looked in the day, etc. Also, minor other grievances, like Blake knowing that there weren't any cameras in Arulean's study but not explaining how he knew. But, I liked the premise, the storyline, Dylan and Blake (even though Blake was, in a certain situation, rape-y), and how the rest of the story was executed. Too bad there wasn't better editing, or it could have been a solid, great read.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Pat

    I was drawn into the lives of Dylan and Blake from the very first page. Their interaction throughout the story was extremely well written. The work Blake was working on then with him and Dylan who Blake was helping made for an extremely interesting story. The past became part of the now ! They are Paranormal Shifters and Blake and Dylan are wolf shifters .. The book was so good when I had the time I just read it all the way through.. It's one of those books that you don't want to finish and when it I was drawn into the lives of Dylan and Blake from the very first page. Their interaction throughout the story was extremely well written. The work Blake was working on then with him and Dylan who Blake was helping made for an extremely interesting story. The past became part of the now ! They are Paranormal Shifters and Blake and Dylan are wolf shifters .. The book was so good when I had the time I just read it all the way through.. It's one of those books that you don't want to finish and when it does finish you go ahead and purchase the next in the series. Will truly recommend this book . Written as Pat Jay

  25. 5 out of 5

    Cheryl

    I was happy until.. I was happy until I found out that their relationship goes into another book. I know this was book one however I thought maybe each book would be about different shifters from the Seal team. I will not carry on with these books as I don't mind a series however I don't like when a relationship like theirs is stretched through several books

  26. 5 out of 5

    Ariel James

    I could've done with a big, fat WARNING: Rape/Non-Con After the MC says NO/WAIT/STOP not just once but twice, and clearly does not enjoy or want what is happening, then there is no dubious consent in that scene; it clearly is a non-consensual act. That the characters gloss over what happened and fix it with a simple 'sorry' makes it unbelievably worse.

  27. 5 out of 5

    ♥️Victoria ♥️ ♥️love books♥️

    I was a bit confused about the end.... until I discover the story continue in the next book so verdict is still out LOL

  28. 4 out of 5

    MzBond

    Just ugh, and blah and massive eye rolls.

  29. 5 out of 5

    AyoDollFace

    This book really should have come with a warning. I was not prepared when it happened and to be honest, it was handled not at all how I think it should have been. Primal instinct or not, my trust in a person would have been lost and I would not allow that person to touch me for quite a while (if ever)

  30. 4 out of 5

    Nessa

    This was a book that I couldn't put down until I was finished. I was mesmerized by the characters, especially the dragon alpha. He sounded very captivating and even Dylan was fascinated because he's never seen a dragon before. Dylan was captured by this large pack, and Blake protected him by pretending that they were mates. Dylan wasn't like other Omegas in that he was a Navy Seal and really built kind of like an alpha. Blake was the alpha and he was a mole and computer hacker. They were good This was a book that I couldn't put down until I was finished. I was mesmerized by the characters, especially the dragon alpha. He sounded very captivating and even Dylan was fascinated because he's never seen a dragon before. Dylan was captured by this large pack, and Blake protected him by pretending that they were mates. Dylan wasn't like other Omegas in that he was a Navy Seal and really built kind of like an alpha. Blake was the alpha and he was a mole and computer hacker. They were good together and Blake was hilarious at times. Through it all Dylan begins to truly care. His Wolf wanted Blake, but his human self had to catch up. To be honest, I wanted a bit more romance at the end, but the ending was still great. The story moved at a nice pace and was well executed. I like how Blake has memories of Dylan but Dylan doesn't remember anything about him. Blake has been into him since the beginning ten years ago. Interesting little twist. Looking forward to more from Noah Harris. I enjoy his style of writing. :) Impressive book to sail through.

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