The Raven’s Song by Ruby Nox

AUTHOR’S BLURB: Recently widowed Liam is chased from his home by his abusive mother-in-law. Alone with his baby, he ends up at a motel in the peaceful village of Mill Town. His hands are full with his son, but he can’t help noticing the attractive alpha staying in the room next to his. Though he tells himself he’s not ready to love again, he can’t seem to resist the rebellious yet kind shifter who seems to go out of his way to help Liam at every turn.

Toby just wanted to make a point. He didn’t think his family would stoop low enough to kick him out. While he’s not exactly thrilled with his new life in a motel room, it does come with a perk: the lovely little omega next door—even if a baby is a part of the package. While Toby’s never given much thought to parenthood, he finds himself drawn to the father and son more and more each day.

Can Toby and Liam help each other put their lives back together? Or are they both too shattered to ever be whole again?

MY REVIEW: This story was a little light in the actual love part. The two main characters seem to have fallen into lust and friendship rather than love or mating. But it’s still a reasonably good story. Though this was not her best book so far, it was still enjoyable and appreciated. I have no qualms about recommending this read.
I voluntarily reviewed an advanced copy of this book.

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