“One can’t believe impossible things.”
“I daresay you haven’t had much practice. Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.” ― Lewis Carroll
A Swift Herd for Solstice was a very funny story. Imagine driving home from work late and almost hitting a drunk elk….. that talks! When this happens to Martin Jones, he ends up taking the elk home and this changes his life.
When Martin Jones wakes up with Haven Clarke the next morning, he realizes that he likes this man. They start dating and when Martin meets Haven’s herd, he finds out that there may be a way to stay with the shifter longer than he thought.
This is a cute story with a slow build up to the HEA. Haven hasn’t been in love in centuries, and he is scared to start a new romance with a human. If Martin doesn’t make the choice to join the herd, he will grow old and die while Haven will be left behind without him.
This isn’t a quick decision and while Martin tries to make up his mind, he finds himself falling for Haven. Though Haven doesn’t put any pressure on Martin he knows he has to make his decision one way or another.