Title: Pack Daughter
Book Seven in the Were Chronicles series.
The shifter world has announced their presence…and now must deal with the consequences.
Mike Jackson knew when the other members of his military unit started finding mates that his life would be heading for some major changes. The decision to leave the military was agreed upon but now that Mike is free, he is finding himself weary and bored. When the call comes in to assist a Pack facing dangerous threats, he is more than glad to help. He hopes getting back into the thick of things will calm him and his wolf.
Becca Nelson’s heart is breaking at the horrible fires that are plaguing her town. Someone is out to destroy her community and they have no idea who it could be. Her father, the Alpha, makes a call for help and brings Mike into her life. Becca knows that Mike is the wolf for her the moment she meets him.
With a direct threat against Becca, an ex showing up, and a kidnapping, Mike and Becca may not have the time to save both the town and each other. It’ll take everything Mike has in him to keep the Pack Daughter safe and give him time to place his claim. That is if Becca doesn’t have to rescue him first…
Author: Crissy Smith
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Pack Hunter , Pack Territory , Pack Alpha, Pack Rogue
Published by Total-e-Bound Publishing Source: Publisher
Published: 11 October 2013
Genres: Paranormal Romance
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Mike gets sent to Becca’s home town to investigate the string of fires that are reeking havoc in this small shifter community. Mike expected it to be difficult – what he didn’t expect is his instant attraction the Alpha’s daughter Becca. Gravitating towards each other, they are unaware of the consequences their relationship might have. They’re passion ignites and fires get started. Literally.
This was another one of those ‘I can’t put it down’ books. I have been reading a string of them lately which made me fall in love with reading all over again.
To get back on track – this was a great read. I would love to get my hands on the first 6 in the series, because if they are anything like this one it would be a great couple of reads. The characters were interesting and well rounded to the point where I feel like I myself grew up with them.
Excellent chemistry between Becca and Mike made for a hot, passion filled read that had me turning the pages till well into the early hours of the morning.
My only issue with the book (and I must admit – this is a tiny issue) is that I didn’t quite feel the transition from wolf to human was all that well described. But this is most likely because Ms Smith made it seem effortless instead of the pain filled shift that I am more familiar with.