Book Reviews

Skye's Limits (Lost Shifters 27) by Stephani Hecht at C&J Publishing

Genre Gay / Paranormal / Shifters / Erotic Romance
Reviewed by Christy Duke on 19-October-2018

Book Blurb

Sometimes when you’re at your lowest, when you’re at your saddest, and just when you think that things can’t get any worse, along comes a hero to save the day and to win your heart away.

Skye has always lived life like it’s one big party. He makes his own rules, and consequences be damned. But one night when he takes things too far, his older brother steps in and demands he cleans up his act.

In comes Alden, known as one of the toughest trainers at the feline coalition, he takes on the job of turning Skye’s life around. The last thing the Tiger shifter expects is to find himself drawn to Skye, despite his bratty ways.

Will Alden be able to help save Skye from himself? Or will Skye self-destruct and shatter both of their lives?



First edition published by eXtasy Books, August 2013.


Book Review

Can you believe I'm at book twenty-seven? Nope. Me neither. 'Skye's Limits' revolves around Skye, who is the younger brother of Branson, the blind lion mated to Gage. If you remember from Branson and Gage's story, Skye, Branson, and their parents were attacked by Ravens when they were young and lost both of their parents and Branson was blinded. Unfortunately, Skye has not exactly endeared himself to Branson, Gage or the rest of the coalition. Instead, Skye spends most of his time drinking with some unsavory friends and contributing nothing to the coalition. So, Branson arranges for Skye to get one-on-one training from Alden, a tiger shifter. Alden works only with the worst of the special cases, so it's no honor to be assigned to him.

Alden expects to be stuck with some bratty kid with an attitude problem. Instead he's faced with Skye, the most gorgeous guy Alden has ever seen, and no attitude in sight. Skye decides he doesn’t want to feel like a loser anymore, he doesn’t want to still dream about the night his parents died, and he wants to be a soldier for the coalition. Alden and Skye spend weeks together training and Skye keeps getting better and better. In fact, Skye is progressing so well that it doesn't take long before he's ready to move on and into actual soldier training. The problem? Alden and Skye have both fallen for each other but resisted as they were mentor and trainee. Now, they'll be able to begin a relationship, but their time together training will end.

I have to say, in my opinion, this just might be one of my more favorite books of the series. There was a lot more to Alden and Skye's relationship than just hot and heavy sex. Don't get me wrong, I love those scenes as much as the next person, but here I felt as if I really got to know Alden and Skye. I felt as if I connected to these two characters and it was so much fun to watch. I can't wait for the next installment.





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Additional Information

Format ebook
Length Novella, 74 pages
Heat Level
Publication Date 05-March-2018
Price $3.99 ebook
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