• Title: Rabbit Trails
  • Author: Hollis Shiloh
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 489
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Rabbit Trails Logan is a lonely nervous rabbit shifter until he meets teasing gentle Gabe He s so drawn to Gabe that he s frightened about what that means for him Gabe might be funny and sweet but he s also frie
    Logan is a lonely, nervous rabbit shifter until he meets teasing, gentle Gabe He s so drawn to Gabe that he s frightened about what that means for him Gabe might be funny and sweet, but he s also friends with wolves, and he has his own sadness beneath the goofy surface Can they make a relationship work Do they even dare try 31,000 words sweet gay romance set in theLogan is a lonely, nervous rabbit shifter until he meets teasing, gentle Gabe He s so drawn to Gabe that he s frightened about what that means for him Gabe might be funny and sweet, but he s also friends with wolves, and he has his own sadness beneath the goofy surface Can they make a relationship work Do they even dare try 31,000 words sweet gay romance set in the same world as the Shifters and Partners series but can be read alone

    One Reply to “Rabbit Trails”

    1. I love Hollis Shiloh's little books, I've read most of them. Not a lot really happens, they usually involve a couple of cute guys, one shy and the other confident and protective, and there are always plenty of cuddles and lots of meaningful loving discussions, but they always cheer me up and leave me with smile on my face.

    2. Run Rabbit, Run Rabbit, Run! A Sweet Bunny TaleI learned so much about the "true" nature of Rabbit shifters in a very entertaining format. I am sure there will be some readers who will not like this story at all. It is definitely not a He-Man or action packed or violence laced story. It is the story of a scared Bunny shifter's attempt to run away from anything that frightens him. And since practically everything frightens him, he is miserable and lonely.Timidity is both reactive and proactive. Y [...]

    3. Closer to a 2.5. I really really wanted to love this. I loved the concept, and just wanted a cute thing to read on Easter. While this did satisfy that to a degree, I mean bunny shifters are the cutest thing ever, I also found it a little disappointing. The writing seemed a little unpolished, especially a lot of repetitiveness going on. I would have much rather the author SHOWED us how Logan felt more than constantly telling us over and over again. Those scenes I loved best. I found the constant [...]

    4. There were a number of great things about the story: seeing a new, soft side to Sahil from the Shifters and Partners series, the wonderful way the author integrated the characteristics of a rabbit into the human form of the shifters, and the many and hilarious rabbity nicknames that Gabe comes up with for Logan. On the other hand it's almost a little too sweet. It's a story without any real dramatic tension, zero angst, and lots of happiness. The relationship between Logan and Gabe is pretty muc [...]

    5. I really enjoyed this sweet shifter book. The heat and the drama were low, which made this an excellent comfort read.I liked how the author built on the shifter mythology, explaining how prey shifters feel and what motivates them. I was pleased by the note at the end that indicated there will be more stories about prey shifters in this universe at Sweet Briar Farm. The character that intrigued me most was the autistic rabbit, though I doubt we will get his story since he is straight. My second c [...]

    6. Cute bunny finding loveMost shifter books focus on predators this was a lovely change to read about prey animals.Logan is a rabbit shifter and scared of predators and confrontation, on being invited to a get together by a friend he meets a human Gabe and although skittish feels a flare of attraction. After being frightened he flees but meets Gabe delivering a package.A relationship builds and a sweet story is given. I'm moving onto book 2 straight away.

    7. This book and "Some Reservations" were certainly less ambitious than previous installments. "Rabbit Trails" seemed especially rushed and unsatisfying to me. The most exciting episode here was a lost dog. I also could not really relate to a rabbit shifter as well as a wolf or fox or tiger shifter. I do enjoy this universe though so I will keep reading and hoping.

    8. So so very sweet. I've never read a bunny shifter but this was a really great story. I'm looking forward to more of sweet briar farm.

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