Review: Unnatural (Holloway Pack #4) by J.A. Belfield

April 4, 2014 Review 0

Review: Unnatural (Holloway Pack #4) by J.A. Belfield

Unnatural. One word to sum up werewolf Kyle Larsen—his mood swings, abnormal body, and choice of female.

The first two, he blames on the vampire venom.

The third, though? No, feline shifter Brook Nicholls was all his doing—a female of whom the pack will never approve.

As part of the Coalition, an organisation with even stricter rules than the pack and a rigidly warped sense of responsibility, Brook comes with a whole lot of opposition of her own.

No wonder the two of them keep their relationship secret for as long as they can.

Now, distanced from his family by his own indiscretions, Kyle’s left to fight battles he’s unsure how to win—some of them even against his own pack.

Is one woman really so important that he’s willing to defy his Alpha for her?

If his heart has any say in the matter, the answer will be yes.

Title: Unnatural
Author: J.A. Belfield
Series: Holloway Pack
Published by J. Taylor Publishing
Source: Publisher
Published: April 7th, 2014
Genres: Paranormal Romance
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: two-half-flames

Kyle and Brooke. Two people who shouldn’t be together. A werewolf and a cat shifter should not be a couple but the heart won’t be denied. The only thing standing in their way – their families. They try to keep their secret for as long as they can but their families intervene. Hers a bit more aggressively than his pack. Now Kyle must fight alone to get back the woman he loves before her family makes her Choice for her.

To have Kyle and Brooke be a couple brings to mind a quote from one of my favorite movies:
“dogs and cats living together… mass hysteria!”

Hysteria is an understatement and it is from both sides if their families but not from them. They are a great couple together. You can feel the bond between them which made me fall instantly in love with their story. The actions of everyone else, was interesting. Having an affinity to cats I would think they would have the better understanding of Brooke catty around (Pun intended). However their rigidly warped sense of responsibility and the way they treat their women definitely moves them into the very bad characters. The wolf shifters were a bit better behaved. If I had one regret to this book is I don’t have a complete understanding of how and where the vampire venom comes into play. Minus that tidbit, Unnatural really worked for me.

This is my first book in the series and while I do think I missed out on some previous happenings, over-all I find this book worked well as a stand-alone. The story definitely has merit and is well worth the read.

Unnatural

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