Searching for Home by Megan Linden

Searching for Home by Megan Linden
Publisher: Pride Publishing
Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal, Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Length: Short story (133 pages)
Other: M/M, anal play
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Moonflower

Two men who don’t quite fit in have a chance to find an anchor in an unusual place—each other.

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Ollie Tomilson had gotten used to being the odd one out—a kid in the system, a lone human in the werewolf pack and a man who is always just temporarily visiting in a town where people put down deep roots.

While Patrick and Ollie seem different in many ways, what unites them is that neither fits into the Harrington Hills mold. But maybe—just maybe—they can find what they are searching for in each other.

If you are an Alpha shifter, then being thrown out of your own pack and going to a new one, even if choosing that pack was your choice, it’s still going to sting a bit! This is Patrick’s story and it gives you a more in-depth look into his past and how that affects his current behavior towards certain members of the pack. And then there is Ollie. He is human and had his own issues growing up among shifters. Together, these two need to figure out just what is going on, and if they can move forward or not.

I have thoroughly enjoyed the Harrington Hills series so far, this book included. The characters are all wonderful, with their own foibles and idiosyncrasies that keep it interesting. I did find I missed the wisdom of the Alpha Pair this time around though. Patrick and Ollie were sorting things out by themselves, and that was fine. I just missed the warmth and comfort the Alpha Pair provide, but that’s just me.

The pacing of this book was smooth, and there were no errors that I noticed. Harrington Hills is a cozy place, and nothing in this book jarred from that. There is character development both individually and together. With small cameos from previous characters, this was a welcomed addition to the series and definitely recommended by me.

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