Joey and the Fox

Asshole cop It s Joey s role, and one he s comfortable with Joey tells gay jokes He s crude, tough, and thick skinned But now he s got a chance to work with a fox shifter and he doesn t want to lose that opportunity Dylan is a mess clingy and broken, cheerful but lost, seriously unpredictable and very gay But Joey desperately wants the partnership to succeed He s nAsshole cop It s Joey s role, and one he s comfortable with Joey tells gay jokes He s crude, tough, and thick skinned But now he s got a chance to work with a fox shifter and he doesn t want to lose that opportunity Dylan is a mess clingy and broken, cheerful but lost, seriously unpredictable and very gay But Joey desperately wants the partnership to succeed He s not willing to lose the fox shifter for any reason, even when Dyl drives him crazy Is there any way to make it work And will the weird attraction he feels to the cute redhead ever go away 57,000 words
Joey and the Fox Asshole cop It s Joey s role and one he s comfortable with Joey tells gay jokes He s crude tough and thick skinned But now he s got a chance to work with a fox shifter and he doesn t want to lose t

  • Title: Joey and the Fox
  • Author: Hollis Shiloh
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 154
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “Joey and the Fox”

    1. At first when Joey and Dylan went into the office I was mad at some of the hurtful comments that Joey would make with his co-workers realizing they did also hurt Dylan as well. Throughout the book though Joey took extremely good care of Dylan even out in public when Dylan was very touchy-feely so I forgave Joey for being a shit at work sometimes. He always put Joey first throughout the book which was sweet. All in all I LOVED this story!!

    2. 3.5 stars. I enjoyed it. I just don't think (view spoiler)[Dyl having sex (off-page) with a random hookup was really necessary. (hide spoiler)] The first half of the book was solid 4 stars though.

    3. Fun and Foxy! Joey Carbone comes across as this homophobic asshole which is exactly how he sees himself until he finally gets his wish to work with a shifter partner---and they stick him with extremely, obviously gay Dylan, fox shifter and fragile former soldier. I literally did not expect him to turn out to be a decent guy for Dylan without it changing him on pretty much a molecular level. It made sense he'd want to do whatever he could to keep a shifter partner, but being sensitive to a gay gu [...]

    4. Ms Shiloh has finally settled into this story line. Book three was well written with touching dialogue and passages. So much better than the first two books in the series.

    5. While this series would seem to be right up my alley, the first two installments were not well reviewed, so I skipped them. However, based on recommendations from friends, I took the plunge on this one and I'm glad I did.For those who like adorable, little shifter animals, this book has "cuteness" in spades. The traumatized little fox at the center of the story had such an "awww" factor for me it made the entire book. The story itself was fine, and the characters interesting enough, with a homop [...]

    6. I don't even know why I picked this book up when I already read a novella by the same author and immensely disliked it. Anyway, I decided to give the author another shot and in her defense, it isn't badly written. It's got a nice flow and a good use of language. However, it was seriously lacking in the story department. It was not believable at all and just didn't work for me. A lot of things were quite unbelievable in this novella:1. #TheCloset (view spoiler)[So Joey was a bit of a homophobic t [...]

    7. ExcellentJoey is one of my favorite characters in this whole series. I love getting to see his struggles, and his journey of coming to accept, then care for, then love Dylan. And, like Joey, I've also always been fascinated with foxes.

    8. Odd but Interesting Hollis Shiloh is one of those authors that I like and respect, even if I don't like everything they write. Wel,l this is Joey and the Fox and I have to say it was a very odd read. I couldn't figure out at the end of each chapter where Hollis was going with this story. Joey was an interesting character in himself. <spoiler> A hard-core heterosexual man who really was gay even though he didn't know it.</Spoiler> Then there is the Fox Dylan, now that was a fascinati [...]

    9. A sweet little romance about opposites who attract and finding love in unexpected places. Joey is lovably confused by his feelings for Dylan, the ginger haired fox that seems to idolize him almost from the very start. Together they form a friendship that translates into a working relationship that surprises them both.With appearances by Tom, Sean and the rest of the gang from books one and two, JOEY AND THE FOX is a heartwarming addition to this amazing series. I fell in love with Dylan almost f [...]

    10. 3.75unded up because the fox part was so wonderful.Joey is a jackass. He knows it. Takes pride in it, yet, from the first moment that he meets Dylan, he puts him first. Yes, in the beginning it was for his dream job but he he looked for, and found, the patience and kindness in himself Dylan needs in dealing with the repercussions of PSTD. He commits himself 100% to Dylan's well-being even when it becomes obvious that there are major problems for Dylan working in law enforcement.He'll walk away f [...]

    11. I thought I had read this before, but what I'd read was a later book in the series, Foxed. Same author, fox shapeshifter in a police setting, cop who's a jerk. I hadn't yet read the earliest books in the series when I read Foxed.Dylan has PTSD and food allergies. He's also hyperactive. He relies on Joey to keep him relatively stable. Joey finds Dylan adorable. Joey is the cop known for making homophobic jokes, and Dylan is gay. Joey finds patience in dealing with Dylan and his issues, and learns [...]

    12. This was a joy to read. I'm a sucker for children and childlike innocent characters. This one however blossoms under the right care and adequate support. In addition to the innocent, fragile character we have an angry, slightly anti-gay man. He also moves forward in this book and confronts some of his issues.This book has cuteness, romance, and sex. There was not much action. It's just a narrative of the day-to-day activities of these two. That was enough for me and I could have continued readin [...]

    13. 5 / 5After reading this book all I can say is I LOVED Dylan. He is the sweetest thing. After all the things he went through, it was impossible not to want to coddle him. I would have liked to see more of his past but it was fine anyway.On the other hand, Joey is not his usual assholish self, on the contrary, he is very attentive and affectionate towards Dylan, even though he is not gay *cough* liar *cough* and Dylan does "gay things" he is not comfortable with.All in all, I liked it even more th [...]

    14. Who couldn't love Dylan?! He's so sweet and funny and such a hot mess! After seeing Joey in the first two books in the series, I didn't see how he was going to fit in with gay relationship but the way he grew and changed mentally and emotionally was amazing. I loved their close and tender relationship. I think that I originally had some reservations about how emotionally young Dylan was and whether the relationship would be balanced or emotionally sound, but those were overcome with Dylan's grow [...]

    15. Again since I wrote short reviews of books 1 & 2 in this series, I figured I would add my thoughts to the last one. Despite not really liking Joey in the previous books AND still not really liking him here, I was pleasantly surprised by this book. The secondary characters were fun. Gotta love Joey's mom. Overall, I liked it better than the first book but not as much as Sean's story in the second book. Joey redeemed himself in the end and Dylan turned out to be delightfully refreshing once he [...]

    16. Loved it!Who wouldn't love foxy Dylan!! So trusting and sweet and completely loyal to Joey, who falls so easily in love with his Fox. I love a story of the straight man who falls for just one man. It's all about love that sees beyond gender to the person you are underneath. I loved the two of them together but they should have stayed in law enforcement. It's much more intense and interesting a story line. You can't expect Joey to be happy doing nothing but standing around twittering his thumbs. [...]

    17. Delightful—-and surprisingly hot!The story is told from the POV of the "alpha male" and i think I actually prefer that. The sex takes a long time to happen, but once it does, the book just gets better and better. I like the way that conflicts aren't thrown in just for the sake of it. Very believable chemistry between the two MCs. I probably won't read all of Hollis Shiloh's books but am glad I picked this one.

    18. Cute storyNice addition to the series. Cute Fox shifter Dylan teamed with rough around the edges Cop Joey. Their relationship starts out roughly, with Joey not understanding the feelings he is beginning to have for Dylan. Protective yes, friend yes, romantic and sexual throws him big time. Dylan is cute, funny and teaches Joey patience as he learns to handle his wounded shifter. All around good story!

    19. This was actually better than Tom and Sean. Even though the sex parts are skimped over a lot with details. It was cool to see someone get behind the mask and see the real Joey or perhaps he managed to bring out the best in him

    20. What to say? Maybe that it was fun read or that my time was not wasted?So, it was okay. Its easy read for times you need something fast before sleeping.

    21. Joey and the Fox (Shifters and Partners Book 3)I Loved it it was great funny and I can't wait for more I hope it's soon .I will be watching for the next one.

    22. I loved Joey in the previous book and he didn't disappointed me here. Now I want to read more from Dylan's POV.

    23. Hm, this part was enjoyable enough, but somehow I really didn't the feel romance in this book. Sure Dylan and Joey fell in the rutine of each day, but romance, nah!

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