foretold of a wolf's mate that was of twin spirits. Dr.
Conner Jacy doesn't know about this legend, but he dreams of a
tall, dark, seductively handsome man who is the half that
makes him whole. As an Alaskan Peninsula traveling health
care physician, Conner thought he was happy. A fellow
physician, Greg, has been his lover for five months, but
something is missing. Something that Conner just can't stop
thinking about. When Greg's selfishness becomes too much to
bear, Conner volunteers to go through the Alaskan wilderness
on a snowmobile to help a young Eskimo girl deliver a baby.
On the way back to base, his snowmobile is attacked by a huge,
black wolf and Conner is injured. Waking up in a strange
cabin, Conner comes face to face with the man of his dreams
and falls instantly in love.
been waiting over 100 years for his mate. As the Alpha of a
pack of Native American werewolf skin-walkers, Adam had almost
given up until Fate decided differently; now he is at peace.
Carrying an injured Conner into his cabin, Adam sets out to
heal his mate. He cleans him, bandages his cuts and bruises,
and then shares his body warmth with him. Adam knows that
Conner is his destiny. Now, all he has to do is convince
Conner of it. In order for the mating to be complete, Conner
and Adam must mark each other three times. Plus, there is the
added consequence of mating a werewolf...
I had not
read any previous teasers or summaries about Out There
in the Night, so I began reading it without any hint
of plot or content. For that, I am grateful because this
story held me riveted from the moment I began to read. I am
usually not a big fan of m/m or f/f books. However, Out
There in the Night kept me enthralled until I read the
last word. I could only wish for a mate who cared for me as
much as Adam cared for Conner. As for Conner, he has to be
the luckiest guy I have ever read about. Not only did he get
an Alpha as a mate, but he is actually the one in control of
the relationship because his mate lives to please him. All in
all, a dream come true!
There in the Night may be the first Laura Baumbach
book I have read, but it won't be the last. I hope to read
more from her soon! And for anyone wanting a great love
story, Out There in the Night is that and more.
Congratulations Ms. Baumbach on a truly, mind-opening,