He’s Just Knot That Into You, Nico Jaye
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Genre: Gay Romance
Tags: Fantasy/Paranormal, Romance, Shifters, Contemporary Setting
When Tanner moves to Chicago for a new job, he experiences his First Shift, a revelation that signifies he’s met his mate since the last full moon. The only problem? He doesn’t know who it is. To find his mate, he enlists his new assistant Jon to arrange a series of dates, but each one turns out more disastrous than the last.
With the next full moon quickly approaching, Tanner finally determines the identity of his true mate. Unfortunately, Jon has since disappeared, and Tanner must now begin a new search. Is it really Jon’s family crisis pulling him away, or is Jon just not that into him?
I loved this!
He’s Just Knot That Into You is such a fun read! This is a really nice shifter series with bonded mates (love those!) and some different shifter mythology.
Tanner and Jon were really sweet together. I loved how obvious it was who Tanner was looking for yet he didn’t. I also like that he felt something toward Jon before he finally realized what we knew all along. It made me root for them even more.
I love how Tanner was willing to go slowly for Jon. He wanted him, but he was willing to restrain himself so Jon would be comfortable for his first time. That made this couple even more lovable for me. And it definitely gave me those warm and fuzzy feelings. Though I did love it when they finally got to that point.
I loved both Tanner and Jon’s families. Both were really awesome and really nice and supportive.
The plot with Jon’s mom made it a little more serious. But I liked that. It worked pretty well for me personally.
This is sweet, but not unbearably so. I think shifter fans who like the whole bonded mate thing will like this, even if they don’t particularly like a lot of sweetness. It’s definitely a story I would recommend if you want a fun, sweet read because honestly, it was so close to perfect for me and I loved the sweetness and the characters and I still have those warm fuzzy feelings after finishing.
Strong 4.5 stars!
A copy of this book was provided by Dreamspinner Press in exchange for a fair and honest review.