On the Wings of War
by Hailey Turner
Urban Fantasy LGBTQ
April 06, 2020
On the Wings of War was slow getting started, but quickly picked up speed.
It took me a while to acclimate to the new setting. It was nice, dipping into Jono’s past and where he came from. Getting a glimpse of his mates, and exlovers, it told us more about how Jono got where he is and how much it means to him. It also had the added bonus of making Patrick jealous, and I’m always there for that.
On the Wings of War also dipped more into Patrick’s past, and while we’re not completely sure exactly what went down when he was a kid, I have a feeling all will be revealed, and there’s going to be more to Hannah.
Finally, the end. Wow! I mean, I’m always running potential theory’s through my head one what could happen next. Being right this time felt amazing. It’s made me so much excited for whatever comes next.
I’m most definitely be there for that too!
“Want is a meaningless desire. That was one of the first things Ashanti ever told me,” Patrick said slowly.
Jono shook his head. “That’s a load of bollocks.”
“It doesn’t matter. Letting my mother’s side of the family know I’m alive would be a messy distraction I can’t afford right now. We have bigger problems.”
Patrick straightened up enough that he could dig his cell phone out of his pocket. “Like we need to have a meeting with Lucien before we go home. The government needs his help.”
Jono made an aggravated sound. “Must we? I had plans. They involved you naked and under me.”
Patrick sighed wistfully even as he dialed the latest burner number to reach Carmen. “I’ll let you fuck me after we deal with Lucien.”
“This is why Sage always says you’re terrible at bargains. We should probably have her come with us and do the talking instead of you.”
“You think you’re funny, but you’re not.” Patrick pressed the phone to his ear, listening to it ring. “We can have a pack meeting after Lucien pisses me off.”
Hailey Turner is big city girl who spoils her cats rotten and has a demanding day job that she loves, but not as much as she loves writing. She’s been writing since she was a young child and enjoys reading almost as much as creating a new story.
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