The Running Fields by Sydney Presley took an interesting spin on shifters and shifter life. Main character Ansgar was kidnapped as a child and eventually dumped, now an adult with little memory of his past. Found by Ben, his fated mate, together they attempted to unravel the mystery of Ansgar's life and the experiments performed on him.
I enjoyed Ansgar's eagerness to learn and his wonder in every new experience. Ben too was a patient mate and invested in teaching Ansgar everything he needed to learn to bring him up to speed in a modern world- although, a few times, I found Ben treating Ansgar like a child and not the adult he was.
The Scientist and Mother Love- two integral people in Ansgar's life- yet little background was given and their involvement in experimentation glossed over. As well as Terry, Piers, and The Convocation.
While I enjoyed the story, "the more" was missing, leaving more questions than answers, and hoping this was the start of a series where things will come full circle.
Ms. Presley always delivers new and interesting ideas in her writing, something I appreciate as a reader.
Frisky but Nothing to Kinky
A Three and a half handcuff review
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