Rate: 4 out of 5 stars
Genre: Contemporary Cowboys, Shifters
Publication day: January 13, 2016
Length: 468 locations (.mobi file)
Publisher: Less Than Three Press
Justin was sent to get a mare, and is helpless to explain to his unhappy boss why he came back with an untouchable gray stallion instead, but there’s just something about the horse that wouldn’t let him leave it behind.
Of course, because an angry boss and a horse they don’t need isn’t enough, the horse goes missing—leaving a strange man in his place, a man who speaks in riddles and seems more than a little crazy, but he’s also just as hard to refuse as the stallion.
My View: This story was more of a legend or tale than a full-fleshed book. Even though, it was exceptionally well written and thought through. The author’s take on shifter culture, mixed with Native American folklore gave the story individuality– especially, the story within the story.
The book gave the reader the opportunity to meet the characters separately and get the chance to learn more about their everyday life. The move from getting to know each other to a physical relationship moved faster than I expected, but in the end, it becomes understandable.
Overall, Horsefeathers was more than an MM romance. It was the bond between souls transcending the realms.
What I liked the most: The possibilities of their future together.
I wanted more of: Their time together as a couple, learning about their animals.
Cover: The cover is beautiful and very compelling.
Who should read it: Fans of tales and legends.