Reviewed by Susan65
Author: Maggie Walsh
Series: The Angel pack #11
Genre: MM Paranormal
Length: 253 Pages
Publisher: Siren Publishing
Release Date: October 19, 2016
Available at: Bookstrand
Add it to your shelf: Goodreads
Blurb: Sage is a wolf shifter with a dark past he keeps secret. A year ago, a strange tattoo appeared on his wrist. Researching its meaning, he finds that it is the symbol of the most powerful witches in black magic. Sage worries that if this magic claims him he will become evil. So, to protect his family, Sage flees.
Slade is a vampire with special abilities. When he is sent out to locate Maddy’s twin, Slade never expects to find him in Sanctuary. What surprises him even more is finding out that Maddy’s twin, Sage, is his mate.
Sage had been in hiding for years from a man who kept him captive, but now that he is back on the run, he worries that Francis will find him and enslave him again. When Slade and Sage’s family discover who Francis really is, they know they have to act fast to find Sage before his twenty-first birthday—only a week away—or risk losing him forever.
Review: I love this series. It’s fast, fun, violent, sexy, emotional in places, and action packed. Reconnecting with beloved characters, and checking in on their progress of finding their mates, getting their powers, and fighting the battles that never seem to end, is one of my guilty pleasure. Every once in a while I fall into a series and end up losing interest after a while – that hasn’t happened with The Angel Pack series. I find myself looking forward to the adventures our paranormals find themselves mired in, and I especially look forward to them all finding their mates and having a bit of sexy time.
Sage, as we learned in an earlier book, is Raith’s long lost son, Anthony, and Maddy’s twin brother. He is also hottie vampire Slade’s mate. These two are so cute and very sexy together. I love it when a match is made in heaven and these two are going to be one of my newest favorite couples.
As always, I love checking in with all the guys and their respective mates…and I love watching the battle continue. I know I will be cheerleading when they finally win the war, but will be sad when it’s all over.
Overall Impression: I really liked it
*I received a copy of this book from the author in return for a fair and honest review.*