As The Crow Flies

Shire horse shapeshifters Bayard and Marshall Stoddard have never been happier They have a man they both love in safety consultant Oliver Philip, and the common enemy that brought the three together has finally left them alone Or so they thoughtWhen Oliver travels to the mountains of Alberta to conduct a safety audit on a ski resort, he runs into a completely differenShire horse shapeshifters Bayard and Marshall Stoddard have never been happier They have a man they both love in safety consultant Oliver Philip, and the common enemy that brought the three together has finally left them alone Or so they thoughtWhen Oliver travels to the mountains of Alberta to conduct a safety audit on a ski resort, he runs into a completely different animal than the twins he s in love with The massive crows he spies upon his arrival aren t exactly human, and it seems they have a cautionary tale about a group of men who would destroy the Stoddards without a care Oliver isn t sure what to believe, until he gets a phone call from Marsh telling him Bay has gone missing Oliver must find the strength inside himself to fight for the two men he can t live without.
As The Crow Flies Shire horse shapeshifters Bayard and Marshall Stoddard have never been happier They have a man they both love in safety consultant Oliver Philip and the common enemy that brought the three together h

  • Title: As The Crow Flies
  • Author: Jade Buchanan
  • ISBN: 9781605212753
  • Page: 373
  • Format: ebook
  • 1 thought on “As The Crow Flies”

    1. The third story in the Horsfall series is probably the more serious; I almost felt like the author wanted to give credibility to Oliver, the man who, in the previous two books started and developed a relationship with the twin brothers Bayard and Marshall, horse shapeshifters. To do so, at the beginning of this story Oliver is far away from his lover on a work trip; Oliver is a safety consultant and he is conducting an audit on a ski resort. Good part of the book is spend in describing the resor [...]

    2. Book 3 in the series of Simon and his shire horse shifter twin lovers Bay and Marshall. Simon's on a business trip in the mountains where he meets some weird crows who turn out to be shifters as well. Then he finds out Bay has disappeared along with their old nemesis Tim Y. He races back to the ranch to help Marshall find Bay with the help of the crows. He also finally admits to his friend that he's with both guys. It was okay, more plot about the bad guy and the crows explaining things and less [...]

    3. The two previous books I liked, but not so much. But this one is better written and the story is much more interesting.

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