Review: Pack Community (Were Chronicles #5) by Crissy Smith

August 4, 2017 Review 0

Review: Pack Community (Were Chronicles #5) by Crissy Smith

Book five in the Were Chronicles series - newly edited and expanded version!

A wolf and bobcat come together and change one community—forever.

Gray Mason is worn out and run down from the long months on the road in search of the feline Prince. All he wants is to finish his mission and go back to his Pack, until he finds himself in the most unique little town and meets the one woman who will turn his world upside down.

Beth Williams is happy in her town Coyote Bluff. The community of shifters support one another and she has her brother and nephew. Sure, sometimes she might get lonely, but she’s content with her life. That is, until a new wolf hits town.

But there is more going on than just the attraction between the wolf and the bobcat.

Gray’s search is taking him closer to finding the Prince but leading him right into the middle of a feline conspiracy and battle. Beth’s family is deeply entwined with his mission and Gray has some serious decisions to make.

Gray’s depended on his Pack as much as they have on him. In a strange place, surrounded by other shifter species, Gray is going to have to figure out who he can trust, and fast, because trouble is coming down the canyon and doesn’t care who’s in the way.

Title: Pack Community
Author: Crissy Smith
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Pack Daughter, Pack Hunter , Pack Territory , Pack Alpha
Series: Were Chronicles #5
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Pack Daughter, Pack Hunter , Pack Territory , Pack Alpha
Published by Totally Bound
Source: Publisher
Published: July 11, 2017
Genres: Paranormal Romance
Pages: 259
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Stars: three-half-stars
Flames: three-flames
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Gray has been on the road in search of the feline Prince. He tired and worn out and just wants to get back to his pack. His search takes him to a little town where the community is unique, the mystery surrounding the missing Prince gets interesting and meets a bobcat who will turn his world upside down.

Gray and Beth. Wolf and bobcat. Got to be honest here, a quote from Ghostbuster about cats and dogs living together was running through my mind the whole time. Beth is feisty and strong. Gray is sweet and my heart felt sad for his loneliness. The romance between them happens fairly quick but worked perfectly with the story.

This story had more than romance to keep it flowing. There’s the town of Coyote Bluff. You can’t help but love the community part of the story. Dorothy and Claude, Mark, Dawson and Julian. How they all stick together caring for each other even though they are all different kind of shifters, it’s just what Gray needed. Julian is a complete charmer and adorable. Then there is the search of the feline Prince. That really took up a good part of the book and truthfully I’m happy it did. Instead of just a plain romance, the search for the feline Prince added adventure and suspense that kept the everything moving at a fast pace.

I’ve read quite a few books by Crissy Smith and enjoy each of them. Great characters and story lines always bring me back for more. Pack Community can be read as a standalone, however, there is the theme of the shifters coming out to humans in each book that would make more sense if the whole series was read. I recommend Ms. Smith and her books to all PNR readers.


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