Series: Cambio Springs #2
Author: Elizabeth Hunter
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Page Count: 280
Published: October 14, 2014
Can you turn the clock back on your first love? Would you even want to try?
Alex McCann and Teodora “Ted” Vasquez left Cambio Springs together. Ted came back. Alex didn’t.
Now, years later, the future alpha of the McCann wolves has returned with plans to bring new life to the dying desert community. Plans that could change everything for the isolated enclave of shapeshifters in the California desert. Some love the plan. Others hate it.
As the town’s doctor and one of the strongest daughters in the cat clan, Ted has her own concerns about exposing her community to outsiders. The two former lovers are at each other’s throats. And everyone is watching to see what happens.
But when murder once again strikes Cambio Springs, can they overcome their past to help the community they both call home? And can the love they shared once burn again when so many stand against it?
Before I get to my review, I just need the answer to this one important question, like yesterday. When is the new book out? And since the answer to that question is not going to be ‘hey, it’s already out, here you go’, this’ll bring me to another important question, which is how the hell am I going to wait until the new book comes out. But you’re not interested in that story, so let’s move on with my review.
Since this was the second book, and I’m obsessed with series reading order, I read the first one before this, and I was so immersed in the story and the characters and the world building in general, that I didn’t even pause for a second before I picked up this one, let alone wait to write a review. It was that good. Cambio Springs is like a dream come true for me since it mixes paranormal elements with small town romance which are two things I like to read about the most. A small town full of shifters of all kinds and lots of action and smokin’ hot romance. I’d ask what can a gal want more, but we all know the answer to that is one of her own. And I know you’re probably not interested in this story either. But you should be interested in Desert Bound. In this whole series.