When Tate Moore starts a new life in a town full of shifters, he realises the only thing that can soothe the sting of having to run from his past is running toward his future.
Book Three in the Divination Falls Trilogy by Sommer Marsden.
Leaving behind a violent ex and coming to a new town isn t on Tate Moore s list of fun things to do. And his newfound psychic abilities are becoming more of a hindrance than a help. So he s having a wee bit of trouble controlling his temper. Hence a fight his first night in Divination Falls with a cocky, yet gorgeous, stranger. A tall, dark and handsome stranger, just to drag that cliche into the mix.
Finding his niche in such a small, tight-knit town won t be easy, but keeping busy will definitely help. Which is how Tate finds himself slinging hash from a rebuilt trailer and trying to convince himself that hooking up with that hunky Cheat MacDougal would be a very bad idea. After all, a fox and a horse? It sounds like the beginning to a bad joke. And yet
Despite his annoying concerns, Tate s starting to think the one thing that can soothe the sting of having to run from his past is running toward his future. And though temporary, being with Cheat might be part of his future.
In the midst of his emotional turmoil, fist fights and trying to get a food truck going in a town full of hungry shifters, his pesky new talents are warning him of a stranger in his new land. Tate s cryptic but accurate intuition tells him the worse thing possible, they could all be in