Title: Leading Me Home (Harrington Hills #1)
Author Name & Publisher: Megan Linden (Pride Publishing)
Publication Date & Length: February 16, 2016 – 88 pgs
Pretending to date the guy he has a crush on? Kevin’s sure he’s heading for a disaster. A broken heart, at least.
Kevin has been a lone wolf almost his entire life and he’s comfortable with that. Now that he no longer works for the guy he hated, Kevin has only one problem—his crush on his neighbor and best friend.
Taylor is the Alpha’s Son, the heir to the Harrington Pack. He left his hometown and moved to San Francisco as a rite of passage, but it was always temporary, since his place is in Harrington Hills with his pack. Now Taylor is heading back home for a wedding and since his mother is threatening to set him up if he comes alone, he needs a date. Asking Kevin to be his pretend boyfriend sounds like a perfect solution.
What happens when they arrive in Harrington Hills and learn to see each other in a different light? With their relationship changing, can they drop the act and realize that what they have is real?
I really loved this story. The plot I’ve read before: best friends become lovers become boyfriends. This time the author through in a werewolf twist and not just a werewolf but the son of an alpha. I loved her spin on things.
Best friends, Kevin and Taylor, come up with a scheme to fool Taylor’s parents into thinking that Kevin is his boyfriend when they’re just friends. Kevin, though, really likes Taylor and would like to be more than friends. They take a trip back to Taylors hometown and pack to attend a wedding. It’s a wonderful story and the author let’s us into Taylor and Kevin’s thoughts and feelings.
My favorite part was when Kevin’s feelings get hurt by Taylor because Taylor did not do what Kevin expected. I loved that bit of angst. I wish it would have dragged out more. Would have made for a more interesting read.
The only other little bit of criticism and suggestion I would make is I wish there was a little bit more drama in the story. It would have spiced up the story a bit more.
I highly recommend this book. If you love a good werewolf romance then I guarantee you will like this.