|Book Title – Reflash|
Author – Sandrine Gasq-Dion
Publisher - Skull Blaster Publishing
Genre – Romance > M M Romance
Cops Tucker Storm and Wesley Foster know who they want to spend the rest of their lives with. Almost a year has gone by since they discovered that two firefighters - Kurt Maguire and Austin Jacobson - were their mates, chosen for them by the fates who match all werewolves with life partners. Unfortunately, both firefighters are straight. They leave Alaska for Seattle, just to be close to the men. After all, the fates know what they’re doing, right? Right?
Austin Jacobson and Kurt Maguire are colleagues and good friends, but each is hiding a secret from the other. Both raised in tiny towns by rigid, bigoted parents with a 'gay is wrong' mentality, their minds are opened when they meet gay coworkers and realize that their parents were wrong. Love is love and lucky is the person who finds it. A chance meeting with two cops from Alaska sends both men reeling emotionally. Austin can’t stop thinking about Tucker and Kurt always has Wesley on his mind.
When the foursome meets again, feelings are revealed and a fragile journey begins. Can Austin and Kurt open up and actually be with the men who occupy their thoughts? Or will a lifetime of exposure to bigotry overrule their own hearts?
I have been blessed in this life to not only have parents that support me, but kids that do as well. I grew up in a loving but "Old School" French household. My parents worked for the airlines (TWA) so I was able to see a lot of Europe as a kid. I moved to Seattle Washington at the age of 22 and stayed there for twelve years before moving to Alaska for a little over two. Fairbanks, AK was one hell of an experience and I wouldn't hesitate to go back! I spent a little over a year in South Carolina before moving back to Arizona. I then left for Kansas for five years and now reside in the South for another two years. I've been married to the military in one way or another for over half my life and wouldn't change a thing about it. Writing has become my fulltime job and I've never been so happy doing a job I love and being able to do it in my jammies. I plan on writing until I dry up and die. Hopefully, that won't happen soon!
I loved this book! I loved the message that this book told. It showed that true love was honest and true and that it is okay to question and reevaluate what you have been taught. That it is okay to not believe what your parents believe and that hate is never the answer. I loved that some characters got to see how destructive their ways were from the other side. Love is love, and its no different if you are straight or gay.
At the end of An Ignited Passion, Tucker and Wesley had found their mates, but they thought the fates were cruel for giving them straight men. This story picks up a year later, after they had moved to Seattle to be near their mates and were working as cops on the night shift.
Tucker Storm and Wesley Foster were made into werewolves with Preston. The fates select a mate for every werewolf, and Austin Jacobson and Kurt Maguire were theirs. Austin and Kurt are roommates and firefighters. They grew up in Montana, and both had very strict, homophobic parents who preached it was a sin to be gay. It was hard for them to overcome this, but they were changing their minds. They both hid the fact that they thought they might be gay from each other, but they needed Wesley and Tucker. Sparks fly when they run into each other at the club.Slowly there is hope for the werewolves, and things get steamy. When Kurt's little brother comes to stay and shares his thoughts with them, they loosen up. An arsonist is on the loose and Austin and Kurt are hurt, so their men take care of them and more. But when things turn deadly, its all up for grabs. Can Austin and Kurt admit they love men? What about the little brother? Will the not so straight guys be able to accept their men when they know the truth about what they are? Who is setting deadly fires? And don't forget all the secondary story lines! Things are starting to get very interesting with the group. These books just keep getting better and better!