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Micah Lewis is minding his own business on his morning commute, dreaming of freedom and mountain forests. It’s an unattainable dream, as he‘s an owned man. His parents sold him and his twin to a fae collector, who uses Spencer to control him. He is forced to live in a cage on display when not working in the fae’s factory.Daniel Hawthorn arrives in the city just in time toMicah Lewis is minding his own business on his morning commute, dreaming of freedom and mountain forests. It’s an unattainable dream, as he‘s an owned man. His parents sold him and his twin to a fae collector, who uses Spencer to control him. He is forced to live in a cage on display when not working in the fae’s factory.Daniel Hawthorn arrives in the city just in time to have his bike break down, forcing him to use public transportation. When he discovers his mate, a beautiful, blond, human man who seems to be extremely shy, he decides to make his approach very carefully.Micah agrees to meet with Daniel, but things don’t go as planned. Secrets and ancient legends come to life, sparking a cross country escape to the mountains of Montana. Will Daniel get to keep his mate? Will Micah attack and kill him? Will Leopold the Fae find and kill them both before they even have a chance to discover love?...

Title : Downtown Bus
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ISBN : 9781487401771
Format Type : ebook
Number of Pages : 113 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Downtown Bus Reviews

  • Sally
    2019-05-06 12:10

    I really liked this story, for a moment it had me wondering where the prehistoric part was coming in. Loved the story plot but i also can't help but feel that it had the potential for more. I'll be looking forward to the second installment.

  • Mnix
    2019-05-22 13:17

    This is not the life Micah Lewis would wish on anyone. Of course working for someone isn’t a problem. It’s the fact that his twin brother Spencer is used as leverage to control Micah and vice versa. Forced to live and work within the city he yearns for open land, pine forests, and fresh, unpolluted air. The closest Micah can get to freedom is one of the cities small parks, and that’s only if he gets permission. As long as Leopold the Fae owns the twins there is no chance of escape.If not for the problems with his motorcycle werewolf shifter Daniel Hawthorn would’ve been long gone from the city. Charged with acknowledging Leopold the Fae as head of the Paranormal Council in his brother’s stead Daniel’s waiting for the repairs to be done. Sitting on a crowded bus is the last place the wolf shifter expects to scent his mate.Knowing there will be consequences, a punishment, Micah nonetheless accepts an invitation from Daniel to spend time together. It won’t matter to the Council leader that Daniel and Micah are mates. As far as the Fae is concerned Micah is his and if he doesn’t behave Spencer will pay the price. Torn between duty to his brother and to his mate Micah is truly stuck. The next step will change everything.An innovative set up in Downtown Bus amplifies an intriguing wrinkle to the basic shifter storyline. Micah’s own unique heritage, captive shifters, and other bad deeds are brought to life in this original series. Tall, dark, and smitten Daniel is the perfect mate for Micah. This plotline ‘formula’ gets a fresh look with engaging characters and an edgy twist or two in Downtown Bus. What happens next in this new series is anyone’s guess.This book was reviewed by Lisa for Joyfully Reviewed (JR), and was provided by the publisher/author at no cost to JR for the purpose of being reviewed.

  • Joyfully Reviewed
    2019-05-14 12:24

    This is not the life Micah Lewis would wish on anyone. Of course working for someone isn’t a problem. It’s the fact that his twin brother Spencer is used as leverage to control Micah and vice versa. Forced to live and work within the city he yearns for open land, pine forests, and fresh, unpolluted air. The closest Micah can get to freedom is one of the cities small parks, and that’s only if he gets permission. As long as Leopold the Fae owns the twins there is no chance of escape.If not for the problems with his motorcycle werewolf shifter Daniel Hawthorn would’ve been long gone from the city. Charged with acknowledging Leopold the Fae as head of the Paranormal Council in his brother’s stead Daniel’s waiting for the repairs to be done. Sitting on a crowded bus is the last place the wolf shifter expects to scent his mate. Knowing there will be consequences, a punishment, Micah nonetheless accepts an invitation from Daniel to spend time together. It won’t matter to the Council leader that Daniel and Micah are mates. As far as the Fae is concerned Micah is his and if he doesn’t behave Spencer will pay the price. Torn between duty to his brother and to his mate Micah is truly stuck. The next step will change everything.An innovative set up in Downtown Bus amplifies an intriguing wrinkle to the basic shifter storyline. Micah’s own unique heritage, captive shifters, and other bad deeds are brought to life in this original series. Tall, dark, and smitten Daniel is the perfect mate for Micah. This plotline ‘formula’ gets a fresh look with engaging characters and an edgy twist or two in Downtown Bus. What happens next in this new series is anyone’s guess.Reviewed by Lisa for Joyfully ReviewedLink: http://bit.ly/1GmWEz9

  • Hc Lynn
    2019-05-10 12:22

    Interesting... I was beginning to wonder where the prehistoric part came in. They meet, go on a date and then next thing on the run. I actually didn't have problems with much until near the end. Once all is settled and Daniel is settling into a new job... Well first thing is I didn't feel like he fit the bill for the position! And not making time for his mate.. kind of standard but still felt like smacking him..I am curious as to how the rest of the storyline will advance from this point. Changes being made, shifters settling in, so what's next?

  • The TBR Pile *Book review site*
    2019-05-19 13:02

    I admit in the beginning that the storyline was not one I typically read. The writing of it however was done in such a way that even for a shorter novel the world building was good. I didn’t find any unanswered questions in the telling of the story. All the characters were either extremely likeable or completely detestable. http://thetbrpile.weebly.com/reviews/...

  • Candice
    2019-05-09 11:22

    I think I need to read the 2nd book in order for me to form an opinion on this series. On one hand I liked it, but on the other there was something about it that held me back. Maybe because it was rushed? Maybe because some of the things that happened didn't make sense? I don't know. Either way, I'll read the 2nd book and if I like it I'll continue on.

  • Rachel Emily
    2019-05-06 18:05

    I thought this was an interesting start to a new series. I do think that things felt a bit rushed, the story and the relationship. However, I'm interested to read book two and where we go from there.

  • Julie scott
    2019-05-17 16:05

    Downtown Bus (Prehistoric Shifter Book 1)This was really good I hope there's more to come I can't wait ...I will be looking for more...Hope it's soon..