• by Cardeno C., Mary Calmes
  • Narrated by Greg Tremblay
  • 7 hrs and 44 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Vy Aleknos is the leader of a hawk shifter flock. Openly gay since he was a teen, Vy is proud and self-assured on the outside, while secretly worrying he'll be forced to spend his life alone because two males can't be mates. When bear shifter Robert Cimino appears in Vy's small town, Vy realizes his concerns were unfounded - he has a male mate, and a sexy, dominant one to boot.
Robert is a bear shifter who refuses to shift. Immediately attracted to Vy, he deviates from his normal pattern and seeks more than a one off with the powerful, bristly hawk. But Robert's affections are rooted in his human form, and when Vy discovers Robert doesn't recognize him as his mate, he pulls away. If Robert wants to stay with Vy, he must convince a man deeply ruled by his animal instincts to give their relationship as humans a chance.


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Customer Reviews

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Not your typical shifter book

I loved this book!! I'll be honest, I put it off because I had heard "mixed" reviews. I'm happy to say I am clearly in the "loved it" category. Robert and Vy are a great couple. This is not your typical shifter book. It tackles a question you don't often see in shifter books, what are the ramifications if a shifter refuses to shift and does not embrace his animal? What happens to the "soul bond?" I think Ms. Calmes and Ms. Cardeno did an excellent job with the story and the various "control" issues it tackles. And the narrator, Greg Tremblay, just made a good story, great. He delivered such warmth and depth to the characters, that I had a really hard time putting this down. I hope this is not the last we hear from this couple. Definitely worth a credit.
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- Riva

Love me some Greg Tremblay

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Yes, If you have not listened to Greg Tremblay, you are missing out. He could turn a badly written story into a winner. But saying that, we have Mary Calmes and Cardeno C, need I say more! Two of my favorite writers in the M/M genre. It's a good story with great narration!

Which scene was your favorite?

Too many to state. I love when Vy recognizes his Mate and he fights to prove he is strong.

Who was the most memorable character of Control and why?

I love Vy and his second in command

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- Kindle Customer "T.Henry"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-17-2014
  • Publisher: Dreamspinner Press LLC