To Arizona by Meg Harding

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30291736To Arizona by Meg Harding
Series:  2016 Daily Dose Delivery Package – A Walk on the Wild Side
Release Date: June 9,  2016
Pages: 46 • Format: eARC
Published By: Dreamspinner Press
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Dustin Charleston has just been traded to the Arizona Hares hockey team. As an otter, he’s not too pleased by this. Arizona is dry, he’s leaving his home behind, and he has to move in with a stranger. Things take an even steeper plunge when he meets his roommate.

Chandler Kipling is the captain of the Hares, a least weasel, and he’s got a bit of a thing for his new teammate. Too bad that teammate seems to hate him. And Chandler’s romantic strategies leave something to be desired. Will Dustin be able to get the message he’s trying to send? With a little time, their nightmare might turn into a dream—if they can get past their differences.

four-half-stars

This book. I have never before wanted to fill a review full of fluffy gif’s and adorable AF images of Otters and Least Weasels because they really were adorable AF! I can’t get over this book and I don’t want to because simply thinking about it makes me smile and brings the happiest of tears to my eyes.

Sigh.

Short story, short(ish?) review.

Dustin is an otter shifter who has just been traded to a new hockey team in Arizona. For an otter, that is not really a good thing since they love the water. But Dustin will do what he has to so he can play the sport he loves, even when that comes at the cost of his living space. You see, Dustin needs a place to crash until he can get his stuff from Michigan and he opts to room with one of his teammates. When said teammate picks him up at the airport, I lost my cool. OMG! Chandler… how can someone be so damn swoony and hot in his human form and then turn me to a big puddle of good in is weasel form?? Ack. I can’t take it.

Seriously. This book is fun and it’s beyond adorable. I loved the team and all the shifters that are on it. I am not a big hockey fan but I would sit through a game just to have Marc shift and crawl into my lap when it was all done. I just want to be a fly on the wall at Chandler’s place and watch the pool party happen because it was amazing to read. I loved it. The only fault, if you call it one, with this book is the length because I want more. I want more of Chris and Dustin doing their otter things. I want more of Chandler being alpha with Dustin and them playing on the ice in any form. I just want more and I want to go hug my Nook because this story, these boy need to be hugged by a silly ginger who can’t get enough.

So, wait. Did I say anything about the story? Um, it’s hockey players who shift, who seem to irritate the hell out one another on the ice… um,  The Cutting Edge has taught us, that’s all just foreplay *toe pick!*… but at the end, these two are super swoony, super freaking adorable, super fluffy and this story made me beyond happy!
Yeah.

I liked this.

A lot.

About Meg Harding

Meg Harding is a graduate student, currently studying MA Publishing in the UK. She plans to continue on to become an editor, all while continuing to write. When she isn’t writing she enjoys the theatre, concerts, and lazing about in front of the TV.

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