Review: Pack Territory (Were Chronicles #3) by Crissy Smith

March 1, 2017 Review 0

Review: Pack Territory (Were Chronicles #3) by Crissy Smith

Book three in the Were Chronicles series - The new and expanded version!

The first three books in this series have been expanded and reedited for re-release.

Adam White is the new Alpha in his territory but Tasha Johnson is the one in charge.

As new Alpha of his territory, Adam White has his hands full. He must make the transition to his new role as smooth as possible, which is easier said than done. His father's mental state is worrisome, the man he picks as Enforcer comes with a whole list of issues, a teenage girl has run away, and the woman of his dreams is distracting him.

Tasha knows the last thing the new Alpha needs is to look for her missing sister. Desperate, she goes to him and asks for his help anyway. As they leave their territory behind and travel to the city, she has more than just her runaway sister on her mind. Adam has taken a hold of her thoughts and fantasies. Tasha realizes that she can help Adam just as much as he is helping her.

Together Adam and Tasha will face off with those who are a threat to their Pack while learning how to care of the people who need them most. With new and old friends dropping by and adding to the chaos, Adam and Tasha will have to lean on each other or fall on their own.

Title: Pack Territory
Author: Crissy Smith
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Pack Daughter, Pack Hunter , Pack Territory , Pack Alpha
Series: Were Chronicles #3
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Pack Daughter, Pack Hunter , Pack Territory , Pack Alpha
Published by Totally Bound
Source: Author
Published: February 28, 2017
Genres: Paranormal Romance
Pages: 174
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: three-flames
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Adam is the new Alpha in his pack and he’s trying to make it all work smoothly as possible but things are going as easily as he’d like. On top of worrying about his father, the former Alpha, he also needs to decide who will be his enforcer, let alone who will be in his inner circle. What he needs is a distraction and that comes in the way of a runaway out of his pack and her sister Tasha who asks for his help.

Tasha and Adam, their story in Pack Territory had me giggling and sighing. Theirs is a great romance between two wolves with a lot on each of their plates and not wanting to burden the other with their problems. Silly wolves you can’t fight the natural attraction, however, when they do it makes for a fun story. I do have a teeny gripe about Adam. He was someone what of an insecure worrywart, something Alphas are not supposed to be. It made me want to take him by the scruff and shake him. Thankfully, he does work it out but while it’s going on, yeah that sometimes was a bit tiresome.

Best parts of Ms. Smith’s books is how she keeps previous characters still very active in the storyline. Not only do you get a nice romance story for your primaries but you also get updates on characters you already fell in love with. It’s great to know what is going on with Gage and Marissa, as well as Emily and Cain. Then there is the main storyline that keeps building and evolving, will the wolves come out of ‘the closet’ and let the humans know they exist. I already know the answer to that but I am enjoying the journey they are taking to get there.

I’ve been reading several other series by author Crissy Smith for a while now and only recently just started the Were Chronicles. This is a good thing since Pack Territory has been expanded and re-edited for re-release. The series all seem to tie in together which is a good thing although, I feel I am working my way backward on a count of what has occurred in the other series as opposed to what is happening here. This isn’t a bad thing but it certainly is filling in those ‘aha’ moments. Any way you choose to read Ms. Smith’s series is up to you just so long as you do read them. Her books are always a pleasure in my book.

 

 

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