Review: A Gamma’s Choice (Under Wolves #1) by Amber Kell

May 15, 2015 Review 0

Review: A Gamma’s Choice (Under Wolves #1) by Amber Kell

Book one in The Under Wolves Series

Sometimes werewolves are the good guys.

Kaden has always dreamt of cooking. His family scoffs at his wish to help out the war effort and think he's wasting himself joining a pack.

Gage is the Alpha of his pack and loves his mate Russ with everything he has. But, although the beta wolf loves him back, Gage isn't Russ’ mate. In a quirk of nature, their bond is one-sided and while Gage holds as tightly as he can, he can feel his lover slipping away.

Russ loves his Alpha, but a piece of him always longs for what could be. He doesn't want to hurt his lover-but how much better would life be if he could have a mate of his own?

Three men with different goals discover the difference between love and mating and how sometimes what you want may not necessarily what you need.

Title: A Gamma's Choice
Author: Amber Kell
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Prince Claimed, Politician Won, Unconventional In Atlanta , Bonded Broken
Series: Under Wolves #1
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: An Omega's Heart
Published by Totally Bound
Source: Publisher
Published: September 17th 2012
Genres: Paranormal, Paranormal Romance
Pages: 67 pages
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Stars: three-stars
Flames: two-half-flames

I liked all three guys. Triads can be tricky. The premise sounds good, but unfortunately it fizzled way too soon.

Kaden started out great.  Against his family’s wishes, ne wants to be a cook and blaze his own way. But then he turned really needy and kind of childish.  Russ was just hard to get ahold of.  He is all over the place in his head.  Gage I really liked.  He is the Alpha here.  Russ is his mate, but Russ is not Gage’s mate.  Maybe it’s his wisdom, but I think Gage is just kind and compassionate.  There wasn’t much story set up, but Kaden meets Gage and soon realizes Gage is Kaden’s mate.  Russ too realizes that Kaden is his mate, but Kaden is rather skittish towards him.  Once the trio understands they are a true triad, they have nothing left to do but mate.

This book is more like a chapter of a serial than a book. It was rather quick and to the point. I was hoping for a little bit more story.  There are others books in this series to come, so maybe this is just the set up.  I am interested in seeing how they work together as a triad in later books.


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