Book Review: Unsettled Interlude by Kaje Harper

Reviewed by Morgan 

17792791Title: Unsettled Interlude
Author: Kaje Harper
Series: Hidden Wolves #1.5
Heroes: Simon/Paul
Genre: MM Paranormal
Length: 25 Pages
Publisher: Kaje Harper
Release Date: April 14, 2013
Available at:  Smashwords
Add it to your shelf: Goodreads

Blurb:  Paul Hunter just spent two days as a captive to werewolves, his life hanging in the balance, a witness to crimes and craziness. Now he’s back in his regular life, and living with Simon, the man he’s been falling for. And he’s part of a werewolf pack. He needs his brain to somehow catch up with all of that.

Simon thought saving his human mate from his own pack would be the hardest thing he’d face with Paul, but he’s beginning to realize that was just the beginning. He has to figure out how their future will work, and convince his skittish lover that staying with the pack is better than leaving it, while hints of threats to Paul’s safety keep him awake at night. Fortunately Simon is up for the challenge.

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Review: Wow! Book one definitely left Paul and Simon on thin ice, but they were headed toward solid ground. This absolutely showcases how far they have to go. Paul is SO not ready for all the stuff involved in being part of a pack but he absolutely adores and loves Simon so he’s willing to work on it. He’s afraid of their moral compass but is beginning to understand their pull as well as their needs.

Simon, on the other hand, is all in with Paul and the pack, but he’s SO worried about the potential threat to both the pack and especially to Paul. He wants to protect them but he also needs to convince Paul that staying with the pack is for the best.

Together these guys are a bit stressed. BUT they don’t run from each other. Instead, they stick it out and work with one another. That’s awesome. I love that about their relationship.

I know book two is about a new couple, but I really hope we see a lot more from these guys, too, so that we get to see their relationship cementing.

Kaje is a gifted writer and this is such a compelling series! Highly recommended.

Overall Impression: It was amazing!

*I purchased my own copy of this book for my review.*

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Categories: 4 Star Ratings, 5 Star Ratings, Book Review, LGBT, Morgan's Reviews, Published in 2013 | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

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