Dwarf is a man who is used to women using him to get to his taller and more handsome Brothers. He wants to find that perfect someone who will love him and accept him for who he is but because he has been used by women so many times in the past, he has low self esteem and feels destined to be alone. Then fate intervenes and Dwarf quite literally crashes into Raven on a dark, lonely stretch of road in the middle of nowhere. When Raven appears out of nowhere, Dwarf thinks it is an animal he is swerving to avoid. He is justifiably angry when he learns that it was Raven who caused him to crash and wreck his bike until he realizes how shaken Raven is. Something or someone has terrified her so bad that she has chosen to flee in the middle of the night which causes Dwarf to switch into protector mode and get to the bottom of what scared poor Raven out of her wits. This leads both Raven and Dwarf on a new adventure taking them into the world of the supernatural.
This story was unique, unexpected, eerie, and often leaves you with goosebumps as it delved into the supernatural. The characters of Dwarf and Raven were real and raw which made them relatable. The author did an amazing job of telling the story of characters who are struggling to work through their own imperfections and insecurities while also dealing with the very real and raw emotions that come with falling in love. This book had danger, suspense, intrigue, love and even humor. The banter between the MC Brothers lightened the mood as they tried to work through their thoughts and feelings when presented with the presence of something from another realm. This book was amazing, and I will be sure to read it again and again!