Reviewed by Morgan
Author: Catherine Lievens
Series: Whitedell Pride #19
Genre: MM Paranormal
Length: 128 Pages
Publisher: eXtasy Books
Release Date: April 1, 2016
Available at: Amazon
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Blurb: Things are not always what they look like.
Adan has been in a catatonic state ever since the pride rescued him from one of Glass’ labs—or at least that’s what everyone thinks, even the doctors. Jared has tried to find a solution for a year now, but Adan isn’t getting better. Jared’s last resource is finding Adan’s mate, and when he finally does, things start changing.
Yanis has been asked to check if he’s Adan’s mate, and when he finds out he is, he’s scared. He wants his mate to be better, but he has no idea how to help. Adan seems to be breaking down, though, so Yanis spends time with him, until something happens.
Adan has locked himself in his own mind, scared of what he’d do if he didn’t. He already hurt two men, and the last thing he wants is a repeat of that, but his mate’s presence by his side is making staying in his mind hard. Still, Adan has every intention of doing just that, but the power he’s been trying to suppress flares out, and Yanis is hit.
When Adan finally comes out of his self-imposed isolation, he’s immediately put to work. Time is running out to find the mole, and Adan helps as well as he can, but will it be enough?
Review: Ooooo! We finally get to see what the deal is with Adan! Aaaaand…. It was NEAT!
I loved the new “thing” that is part of Adan’s DNA – no spoilers here! But it’s interesting!
That’s the cool thing about opening up this series to “other creatures,” we get a little variation from the whole “shifter” thing.
Adan and Yanis don’t really connect as much as some of the other couples so that was disappointing but this was balanced by the new “powers” that Adan has so…
Overall, I think this series is like crack and I still love it! Some couples work better than others, but I like seeing where the story arc goes.
Overall Impression: I liked it
*I received a copy of this book from the publisher in return for a fair and honest review.*