Launch the Hunt by Mia West
The job he can't refuse comes with a guy he can't resist. Eagle shifter John Tillman can almost taste freedom. He never expected to raise his kid sister. She’s worth the sacrifices he’s made—education, career, lovers—but the empty nest is calling his name. To save her college fund, John’s taking every run his plane can handle and doing his best to keep his shifting under the radar. Then his latest job walks into the bar with a strange gait and velvety Southern drawl. + Army veteran Logan Maddox has given a lot for freedom. He’s no hero, just a guy trying to adapt to new parameters. If he isn’t fully living the gay identity he’s finally accepted…well, it’s not top priority. After three tours, two new legs, and one long-overdue divorce, Logan has zeroed in on a single objective: a trip into Alaska’s back country, no distractions. But fate has its own tactics, and the only pilot available is a tall, surly drink of water who’s gonna challenge every good intention Logan’s got.
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