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Silver/Steel by Belinda McBride
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Not crazy about the cover.

There's no doubt that Travis was a brat in the beginning and encouraged trouble, yet he went out of his way to stand up for the underdog and help the less fortunate. Plus he couldn't decide on his sexuality. He is artistic and sensitive with a big chip on his shoulder.

Dylan has sold his soul to protect his village and has had to sacrifice himself 999 times for a very evil man. Now he's so close to fulfilling his contract and getting free by hunting the 1,000th soul for his master.

All that is thrown up in the air when Dylan and Travis meet at the local bar and Travis manages to piss some guys off who want to abuse him and Dylan saves him.

There is an additional side story of rogue wolves managing to get in Arcada and trying to take down Blacque's wolves.

This was a good follow-up to Blacque/Bleu by Belinda McBride and I liked Dylan and Travis together. Dylan appreciated how special Travis is and could give him much needed direction and Travis could soothe Dylan's tortured soul.

We get to see Blacque and Bleu and see how his relationship has grown with April. Liked this story.
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