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  1. says:

    45 heart review by MariekeIn the beginning of the book we see Hawk in the past way before the white people came to America He goes by the name Chetan is a hawk shifter and the leader of a buffalo hunt But something goes wrong and an endless circle of guilt and negative thinking is born Chetan has a dream about his mate but his mate is whiteCenturies later Chetan goes by the name Gus Hawkins aka Hawk He’s the proud owner of a bar where everyone feels welcome Only a few of the original shifter clan survived and have adapted to the world It’s very nice to see them as you met them in the beginning of the story but also in the previous bookOne day Simon Carter walks into the bar no this isn’t the start of a bad joke to try to hook up with someone He starts playing pool with a good looking guy but they end up almost in a fight with a homophobe Enter Hawk He stops the fight and smells his mate So now Simon wants Hawk Hawk wants Simon but is stuck in his ‘rules’ of not dating blondesThis story is just as wonderful as the previous book in this series There’s not a lot of action like fights or dangerous situations but it’s about the journey of how Hawk learns to trust again How Simon learns about shifters and how Wah tay cares about them It’s beautifully written and there’s a lot of humor in it I was especially cracking up at the parts where Hawk’s totem spirit talks to Hawk It’s hilariousThe love story isn’t overly romantic or sappy it’s about how Simon and Hawk connect on a fun level They hang out fish talk and genuinely get to know each other Of course there is some sex Hawk is kinda dominant when it comes to the bedroom so this makes the sex different but funAll in all you could say that this book is funny well written with a nice paranormal story line There’s not a lot of action or angst but it didn’t matter in this story The connection between Simon and Hawk is strong but fun and so is the one between Hawk and his totem The side characters are promising a next book and that always makes me happy when a series is well writtenI definitely recommend this bookA copy of this book was provided in exchange for an honest review Please visit wwwlovebytesreviewscom to see this and many reviews author interviews guestposts and giveaways


  2. says:

    I hope there will be to this series


  3. says:

    Rating 35 starsI enjoyed this book way than I expected to Usually I don’t like books that take place during the events of the previous book but in this case it didn’t bother me Mainly because even though it was during the same time line most of the events didn’t coincide with each other The plot focused mainly on Hawk’s and Simon’s mating Considering the fact that I thought the plot of the previous book pretty cheesy that is a good thing I liked both of the MCs Simon especially I also liked Hawk but his refusal to let go of the past got annoying after a while I just wanted to shake him and say “Get over it already” Still I liked his character I especially liked his totem spirit I do wish we got some insight to the two of them merging their lives together Especially considering Simon’s messy habitsAll in all a big improvement over the first book in the series I really enjoyed reading about Hawk’s and Simon’s journey


  4. says:

    Good seuel to the first Simon and Hawk make brief appearances throughout the first book in the series so it’s nice to see what’s happening to them at the same time as Chip’s story Hawk and Simon have a good relationship even if it takes them time to get there I liked how open Simon was about everything I also loved Hawk’s spirit speaking to him He was a nice comedic relief There are hints of another couple coming and I do hope the author continues the series


  5. says:

    I love this series We start off seeing a glimpse into their lives back before the white man gets here and take over and basically decimated the tribes What happened during a hunt totally broke my heart I can understand Hawk blaming himself but after hundreds of years I was like dude you really need to move on It wasn’t your fault it was a horrible accident I loved Simon as he is just a firecracker We meet both Hawk and Simon in the first book Simon is Chip’s best friend as is Hawk and Jason The two books are basically during the same timeline but that was fine as it’s focused on a different couple and we don’t rehash the events from the first book I love Hawk's totem or spirit animal He is so snarky The banter between the two cracked me up to no end The one thing I had wished for in the first book Chip being able to communicate with his totem well Simon was able to communicate with his and I loved it This book did not have the actiondanger that the first book had It was all about the romance I loved the dates I’m hoping that the next book is about Owen the sheriff as he seems like a nice guy If you read and enjoyed the first book then you need to pick up this one You won’t be disappointedARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review


  6. says:

    To be honest I was a little bored with this book Not much happens other than the characters getting together not like the first book which had some action As well I disliked that the location was inconsistent with the first book


  7. says:

    To Touch the Sky is the second novel in M A Church's Leap of Faith series M A Church is able to re cap most of the Native American history well enough to grasp its relevance to this second book meaning that reading Shadows in the Night isn't necessary but I feel it gives the reader a powerful connection to the charactersBefore I read these two novels I had become relatively indifferent to Shifter stories but M A Church has made me change my mind again These characters do not shift because of an animal attack or curse; their connection to their totem spirit is rooted in their heritage and though this is urban fantasy the centuries old stories are almost believableHawk is strong sexy and has rules no man shares his bed and no hook up goes past the third date Hawk is punishing himself for an accident that happened lifetimes before and refuses to let himself fall in loveOn first appearances Simon is the complete opposite of the bar owner He despises the term but is often referred to as a 'twink'; not uite 6 foot with blonde hair and brown eyes looking younger than his 23 years Yet beyond his fragile exterior Simon is a complex character; loyal intelligent feisty brave and tired of the assumption that he can be sexually dominatedThis is not insta love although this genre is limited by certain related concepts like 'mating' M A Church incorporates this idea into her story well especially when we 'hear' the dialogue between human Hawk and his shifter identity Simon is a stronger match for Hawk than he anticipated and I think we are ready for Hawk to reveal his true self even before the moment at which he is forced toThe only reservations I had about the story were how I felt about particular aspects were down played like Hawk's past and as I had read Shadows in the Night there was a point at which the narratives were almost identical although I was unsure whether this was an intentional move by M A ChurchI really enjoyed the paranormal twist on this sexy MM romance without the element of danger or fear Simon and Hawk are perfect mates and I know their story will be loved by many fans of the genre


  8. says:

    Reviewed at The Blogger GirlsCenturies ago Hawk made a mistake that cost him someone he loved Since then he hasn’t been able to let that guilt go and he’s done everything in his power to avoid any type of happiness When it comes to mates he’s determined to avoid finding his at all costs But when Simon walks into his bar he can’t run any longer Simon went to Hawk’s bar to get laid and ended up almost getting in a fight Saved by Hawk he’s enad by the darkly dangerous man and determined to catch Hawk’s attention Even when Hawk’s an asshole and standoffish to Simon he knows there’s something that keeps pulling him toward Hawk Will Hawk be able to withstand the mating pull especially when Simon’s determined to at least get the man’s attention?This one was sooooo cute I really loved that Simon didn’t backdown and would babble when he was nervous When he was around Hawk at first it was like he couldn’t stop talking which would either amuse or confuse Hawk to no end With Hawk I didn’t really like him at first I thought he was being ridiculous but then I could also understand why he was being that way I loved that he was so emotionally broken but I didn’t exactly love some of his decisions As a couple though I adored them together and I especially loved Hawk’s totem who had some great one linersI enjoyed this one a lot but there was just way too much sex for me So I really wished there had been of Simon and Hawk getting closer together shown instead of just toldBut in the end I still really liked it It was great to get back to this world and seeing Simon get his story As characters I adored them both and enjoyed seeing their journey I especially loved Hawk’s totem I hope there’s to this series because now I want Owen’s story


  9. says:

    I like this story though shifters aren't my thing It appeals to me because I really like the idea of becoming a bird and yet retaining the human side in order to remember the experience and think about being alive on those terms Hawk has been a shifter since before the Europeans came to the Americas and he lives alone on forest preserve land He owns a bar and he has a hard and fast rule about not taking home any man than three times and never ever a blond There are other animal shifters in this community as they all once belonged to the original Native American tribe The People There is to their story in Shadows in the Night and both these books comprise the Leap of Faith series at this point The shifters are friends Hawk can count on and who also depend on him Hawk doesn't like to have anyone depend on him because his history contains a story of his failure in that regard Thus he lets no man close to his heart so he won't end up being responsible for them and letting them down letting them die But he needs to find his mate as his inner hawk totem nags—reminds him I liked this bit of play between human and totem and shared consciousness Simon hates being called a twink but he is cute and blond a toppy bottom as Hawk eventually teases him Though Hawk needs to change and grow in order to claim his mate it's Simon who changes the most in my opinion Both men have to reach beyond their ordinary lives and the ruts they've fallen into in order to be together and thrive together Hawk carries the story but I loved the scenes with Simon accepting the paranormal into his life and the change in himHighly recommendedreview at velvetpanic2wordpresscom


  10. says:

    If desperately hoping that those last few pages won't end up being previews and author overviews but just a little but of the story doesn't mean that it's a good book you've just read I don't know what would mean itThis was such a sweet comprehensive well written intriguing story The relationship is the true focus of the story and it flows and develops beautifully This is impressive considering this is essentially an insta love sort of situation; The People have mates and there is a definite sense that when you meet your mate you should be together and that's it In this day and age that is a weird as all get out thought since we're talking skipping any dating courting foreplayhell at one point another of the People blatantly asking why they hadn't pretty much gone to a semi private room to get it on and get it over with This would seem to point towards a book that will just be insta love and then a lot of relationship whining like YA books are these days But there was none of that I loved reading how Church fleshed out and created this bond between Simon and Hawk She takes time and works them through their reservations and difficulties creating this amazing story I have absolutely loved this series I would kill for another book it seems like Owen's relationship is ripe for the telling Not to mention some in between stories say a little actual talk of how it's actually going in 'Freaksville'? Maybe a double date with Simon and Hawk and Chip and Jason Anyway this is an excellent series and well worth your time to read


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To Touch the Sky Leap of Faith #2

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Bar and the future he’s feared is about to end up in a brawl if Hawk doesn’t do something fastSimon Carter has a smart mouth and a bulldog temperament So when Hawk runs Simon pursues the sexy man only to be rejected Just as Simon decides to give up someone or something visits him to change his mind and scares him to death Now Simon is backpedaling and Haw. I love this series We start off seeing a glimpse into their lives back before the white man gets here and take over and basically decimated the tribes What happened during a hunt totally broke my heart I can understand Hawk blaming himself but after hundreds of years I was like dude you really need to move on It wasn’t your fault it was a horrible accident I loved Simon as he is just a firecracker We meet both Hawk and Simon in the first book Simon is Chip’s best friend as is Hawk and Jason The two books are basically during the same timeline but that was fine as it’s focused on a different couple and we don’t rehash the events from the first book I love Hawk's totem or spirit animal He is so snarky The banter between the two cracked me up to no end The one thing I had wished for in the first book Chip being able to communicate with his totem well Simon was able to communicate with his and I loved it This book did not have the actiondanger that the first book had It was all about the romance I loved the dates I’m hoping that the next book is about Owen the sheriff as he seems like a nice guy If you read and enjoyed the first book then you need to pick up this one You won’t be disappointedARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review Parsnips, Buttered: Bamboozle and Boycott Modern Life, One Email at a Time years I was like dude Lewis Carroll In His Own Account you really need to move on It wasn’t Art of Magic the Gathering: Innistrad your fault it was a horrible accident I loved Simon as he is just a firecracker We meet both Hawk and Simon in the first book Simon is Chip’s best friend as is Hawk and Jason The two books are basically during the same timeline but that was fine as it’s focused on a different couple and we don’t rehash the events from the first book I love Hawk's totem or spirit animal He is so snarky The banter between the two cracked me up to no end The one thing I had wished for in the first book Chip being able to communicate with his totem well Simon was able to communicate with his and I loved it This book did not have the actiondanger that the first book had It was all about the romance I loved the dates I’m hoping that the next book is about Owen the sheriff as he seems like a nice guy If Esposa Humillada (Spanish Edition) you read and enjoyed the first book then Kto naprawdę go zabił? you need to pick up this one You won’t be disappointedARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review

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K is in pursuitDesperate to reassure Simon and keep him safe Hawk is forced to reveal his secrets before he’s ready Can Simon learn to accept things aren’t always as they seem Is the connection between them strong enough to help Hawk overcome centuries of pain The only way the two men will move beyond Hawk’s past is for both of them to take a leap of fai. To Touch the Sky is the second novel in M A Church's Leap of Faith series M A Church is able to re cap most of the Native American history well enough to grasp its relevance to this second book meaning that reading Shadows in the Night isn't necessary but I feel it gives the reader a powerful connection to the charactersBefore I read these two novels I had become relatively indifferent to Shifter stories but M A Church has made me change my mind again These characters do not shift because of an animal attack or curse; their connection to their totem spirit is rooted in their heritage and though this is urban fantasy the centuries old stories are almost believableHawk is strong sexy and has rules no man shares his bed and no hook up goes past the third date Hawk is punishing himself for an accident that happened lifetimes before and refuses to let himself fall in loveOn first appearances Simon is the complete opposite of the bar owner He despises the term but is often referred to as a 'twink'; not uite 6 foot with blonde hair and brown eyes looking younger than his 23 years Yet beyond his fragile exterior Simon is a complex character; loyal intelligent feisty brave and tired of the assumption that he can be sexually dominatedThis is not insta love although this genre is limited by certain related concepts like 'mating' M A Church incorporates this idea into her story well especially when we 'hear' the dialogue between human Hawk and his shifter identity Simon is a stronger match for Hawk than he anticipated and I think we are ready for Hawk to reveal his true self even before the moment at which he is forced toThe only reservations I had about the story were how I felt about particular aspects were down played like Hawk's past and as I had read Shadows in the Night there was a point at which the narratives were almost identical although I was unsure whether this was an intentional move by M A ChurchI really enjoyed the paranormal twist on this sexy MM romance without the element of danger or fear Simon and Hawk are perfect mates and I know their story will be loved by many fans of the genre Dom na Zanzibarze younger than his 23 Quantum Physics and the Multiplicity of Mind years Yet beyond his fragile exterior Simon is a complex character; loyal intelligent feisty brave and tired of the assumption that he can be sexually dominatedThis is not insta love although this genre is limited by certain related concepts like 'mating' M A Church incorporates this idea into her story well especially when we 'hear' the dialogue between human Hawk and his shifter identity Simon is a stronger match for Hawk than he anticipated and I think we are ready for Hawk to reveal his true self even before the moment at which he is forced toThe only reservations I had about the story were how I felt about particular aspects were down played like Hawk's past and as I had read Shadows in the Night there was a point at which the narratives were almost identical although I was unsure whether this was an intentional move by M A ChurchI really enjoyed the paranormal twist on this sexy MM romance without the element of danger or fear Simon and Hawk are perfect mates and I know their story will be loved by many fans of the genre

M.A. Church ´ 5 review

Leap of Faith Book Two He can run but he can’t hideCenturies ago Hawk made a terrible mistake which has haunted him since Fear of responsibility and feelings of unworthiness leads him to denying the mate Wha tay showed him in a vision So now Hawk runs his bar has casual sex and never ever dates men with blond hair and brown eyes But then Simon walks into his. I hope there will be to this series