Fort needs to get laid regularly to maintain his humanity. But he's not charming, so he leaves the seductions to his always-lovesick twin, Cassio. But this time Cassio's falling in love has nothing to do with heartfelt sighs and bad poetry, and everything to do with finding out who this woman really is, and why she's using a fake name.
Sugar can't afford entanglements because she might have to flee at a moment's notice. When she finally finds out Cassio is no overgrown teenager, she wants one bed-busting, rollicking screw before she moves on to the next city, the next fake name. Cassio comes in a double helping? Bring it on! Hey...maybe they'll give her the "sandwich" she's been wondering about.
But her son Joe isn't hidden any more. Digger has him. Even if the twin detectives can rescue him this time, Sugar will always be running, always be hiding, until Digger is dead. The solution is obvious: First rescue Joe; then kill Digger. Then, maybe, she can look up the twins, who are hellaciously good lays, for a bit more action.
That's all it'll be though. They won't want her forever. They'll want someone their own age. Someone their own class. Someone who doesn't carry her own scars.
Series: The Huntsmen; Note: Backtrack is the prequel to Bareback
Other title in Series: Lights Out!
Genre: Polyamorous Shape-Shifter Paranormal
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Anal play/intercourse, ménage (m/f/m, brothers sharing heroine), strong violence.