Adair was tired of waiting. He knew he had a mate, although they’d never met, and his waiting wasn’t made any easier watching Tobias snuggling close with his two mates. He’d thought a lot of the smaller wolf at one time.
All he had was the company of his two brothers and endless patrols trying to keep the Cloverleah pack lands safe. A trip to Claude’s with his brothers one night has some unexpected but pleasant consequences, and after an initial misunderstanding, Adair is suddenly thrust into the world of magic and the demands of a relationship.
Vassago’s never had a chance to be proud of who he was. As the second son of the king of the djinn and being a lot smaller than his father or brother, Vassago spent a lot of time on the human realm, avoiding his family and those who had nothing better to do than bully him.
After spending a horrible nine months trapped in Jake Poindexter’s body, he knew he had to find his potestatem before he could claim his mate. Unfortunately, that was easier said than done. When help is offered, he’s hesitant to take it, but the lure of finally being in his mate’s arms was too strong to ignore.
The troubles hitting Cloverleah are falling thick and fast. Insane plans of wiping out all paranormal life isn’t confined to a few errant humans. It’ll take the steadfast nature of a wolf shifter who still has a habit of saying the wrong thing and the magic of a djinn who’s struggling to believe in himself before these two will find their HEA.
Please note: The book contains M/M adult content. If this isn’t your preference, please don’t buy. Each book in the Cloverleah Pack series can be listened to as a stand-alone. However, to fully appreciate the relationships between secondary characters, it might be wise to listen to the other books in the series in order.
OOOOO I love Vassago!
While it looked like Vassago might have been a sneaky, almost bad-guy in the last book, we find out that he’s really, really not. He’s super sweet and very misunderstood in his own world and amazingly powerful.
Adair, if anything, seems to follow the Kane “Stick my foot in my mouth at every turn” pattern and ends up making Vassago mad more often than not. However, both these guys end up being really sweet together – as you’d expect.
There’s a lot of fun “powers” in this – djinn can do almost anything really – and that was a great addition to the Cloverleah pack. (The markings Adair gets are hysterical!)
It was great seeing Luke and Kurt and Tobias again – as well as the other couples. I really like Vadim and we got to see a lot of him, as well.
This was another great addition to the series with a few surprises and lots of magic!
4 of 5 stars
John York does a nice job with this, as the others.
3 of 5 stars