Human Instincts by April Kelley

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A human soldier and an omega wolf shifter find out they’re mates in a world where segregation between humans and paranormals is standard operating procedure.

Dylan Kole knows how to do one thing, and that’s to be a soldier in the human army. He doesn’t know how to fit in with a bunch of paranormal beings, and he certainly doesn’t know how to be a mate to Rudy Malone, the only omega wolf shifter on Roguefalls Island. One thing Dylan does have going for him is his ability to follow his instincts.




This is the first in the Roguefalls series (books 2 &3 reviewed previously). Although the books can be read in any order, I wish I had read this first – I think I would have appreciated the following books more.
Dylan is a human who has been kicked out of his home for being gay. He joins the human army where he meets Rudy, an omega wolf shifter. At first, Dylan is surprised that he has a mile-wide protective streak when it comes to Rudy, but eventually gives in; Rudy, on the other hand, is trying to prove that he can look after himself. I liked that both men worked through their issues- Dylan’s possessiveness and Rudy’s need to assert himself. The world-building is easy to follow and believable. There is little angst, some funny moments as Dylan tries to accept that paranormals exist. All in all, an enjoyable start to a nice series.

4 of 5 stars


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