Ivoire, the packmaster’s Omega cousin, has gone and gotten himself in a family way. Abandoned and alone, he and the pup he carries are in need of sanctuary.
There’s not much packmaster Lewis can do about Ivoire’s situation beside busting heads and making the bastard responsible pay. And — while he’s away — making sure the young Omega finds himself safe in the hands of Zachariah, a widowed Alpha who’s turned his back on the rest of the world.
Zachariah is everything Ivoire needs, and Ivoire is nothing Zachariah thought he’d ever want again, but nothing good was ever gained from playing by the rules.
This was a little too short for me. I thought the two MCs were sweet and the Packmaster is pretty compelling but I didn’t have enough information to be fully invested in their relationship.
I wanted Zachariah to explain Jace to Ivoire and I wanted to understand Ivoire’s situation more fully. I think they sort of fell into things rapidly and it felt more like a “in the right place and time” rather than any sort of personal connection.
It had lots of hot smexy times but I didn’t feel the “feels” as much with this.
(I think the price is too high for 59 pages…)
3 of 5 stars
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