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Review by Kitty Woods
This was an emotionally charged story. There was a lot of back and forth, It was nice that they were reconnecting with their past, both family and pack. I love the way Cliff and Rhea take to each other and I'm looking forward to Rolly and (I believe) Edwin's story. While a lot of the story was about Solomon and his family, I'm also glad that Azil was also able to lay his past to rest. This was a great read and I'm looking forward to where the series goes from here.
Review by MM Good Book Reviews
Bailey Bradford delivers another fantastic action packed, intense and emotional book. The battles were intense. Details of the jungle were magnificent. I was heartbroken over the way that Azil and other males in the Vento Jaguar clan were treated. Hot sex between Solomon and Azil set the pages on fire. I highly recommend this book to any paranormal lovers.
Review by Prism Book Alliance
The sweet romance and Solomon and Azil's simple joy being together is obvious, and their story is a delight to read. The action and suspense of the story is equally exciting and compelling.
This third of the Spotless books is a remarkable addition to the series, and is an example of an emotionally charged shifter story at its finest. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this story, and highly recommend it.
Review by Eva Millien
This couple just exudes lots of intense desire and happiness that grabs the reader and pulls them in.Solomon and Azil both capture the heart with their emotionally gripping pasts. Spine tingling tension and excitement builds as the danger escalates as a powerful enemy tries to destroy the security and happiness that Solomon and his family have found among their new pack. Not only do we hear from the characters from the previous books but we are introduced to new ones as well and I was completely spellbound by this story from the very beginning. There is never a dull moment – needless to say I am really looking forward to reading the next book in the series.
Review by Susan
Part of what made it so enjoyable was the fact that the two main characters are not werewolves, but cat shifters, which appeals to my ailurophile side. Solomon and Azil are both very damaged. When these two come together as mates, they transcend their pasts. Anyone following the series will want to read this!
Review by Debbie Firpo
This was the first book that I've read from Bailey Bradford and let's just say it's not the last. Wow, this book is awesome. I fell in love with Solomon and Azil. A true shifter love story at it's finest. I laughed and cried. I really loved this story.
Review by Love Bytes
The intimate scenes in this book were really good. I loved how these two guys who are virgins get together and how they don’t necessarily fumble their way through being intimate together. I love how Solomon sticks to who he is by never doing anything that would hurt someone, especially his mate. These two young men together are so sweet and tender and loving with each other. I loved watching them go from just horny young mates into these two horny, family men who are mates. Their love and love making grew as their bond deepened and it is really beautiful to watch.
Review by Tracy George
Bailey Bradford does it again with book 3 in the Spotless Series. I loved it. Lots of twists and turns in this book, they kept me riveted, wanting more. I love the fact that we get to catch up with a lot of the other characters from other Bailey books. Bobby and Cliff and such complex characters that you either love them or hate them. I love them both! I liked the fact that both the MC's in this book were innocent, they learned to love together. This made a refreshing change. I still find the whole Mate bond fascinating. Hoping for more books in this series :)
Review by Joyfully Reviewed
It would seem Solomon’s struggles are far from over in Home, the third book in the Spotless series. His difficulties at Home become inconsequential after the half breed shifter discovers what his mate Azil has suffered. Tensions simmer when Solomon is missed and build to an inferno in the climax atHome. Each story in the series is better than the last and works well as a standalone tale. Solomon’s story is the best yet.
Review by Rainbow Book Reviews
If you liked the first two books in this series and want to find out more about the half-breed shifters and their abilities, if the idea of two lost men finding each other and learning about love catches your interest, and if you’re looking for an emotional read that is as suspenseful as it is hot, then you will like this novella.