Book Review: Fate by Maggie Walsh

Reviewed by Susan65

Title: Fate
Author: Maggie Walsh
Series: The Angel Pack #14
Heroes: Castiel/Shay/Kia
Genre: MMM Paranormal
Length: 129 Pages
Publisher: Siren Publishing
Release Date: June 28, 2017
Available at:  Amazon and Barnes & Noble
Add it to your shelf: Goodreads

Blurb: Castiel Angel gave up his mate to save those he loves. Then two strangers, Shay and Kia, show up, bringing unique powers to the Angel Pack that can help them, as well as put Cass’s dark past to rest.

While on a mission from the council, fae warrior Sasha comes across a disturbing discovery. In the midst of the horror, he finds a small, terrified man that is the spitting image of one of the packs inner family.

Kia uses his powers to explore Cass’s past, and dark secrets are revealed. Raffy decides to take matters into his own hands and hunt down the brother who died so long ago, and make him pay for the evil he has done. But the pits of hell are no place for someone so pure of heart.

Will they be able to find Raffy before the demons of hell swallow him up? And can Cass ever move on from his own demons and grab onto his future…with his mates?



It has been a while since I’d read this series, and I was looking forward to reconnecting with the boys from the first thirteen books. This series is written in such a way that a little sighting in each book allows you to easily recall the characters so that you do not have to look back for reminders. In this case, Cass has been along for the ride since the beginning, and I was wondering when the poor guy would finally find his mate…or in this case, his mates.

Shay and Kia are two little enigmas. They are a bit different than the rest of the pack, sort of a package deal, and their powers are something new to the guys, as well. But, as we have been led to believe all along, the end game paranormal war required everyone to have their mates and stand together to survive and win…and Cass is one of the last…if not the last.

One of the things I like about this series is how inclusive they all are to everyone’s new mates. No one who belongs is left to feel less than. Jesse and Taylor, especially, go out of their way to make it a home, and I love that. Another solid installment in The Angel Pack series…though I am getting nervous since the next book is called, Fin…that doesn’t bode well, huh?

Overall Impression: I really liked it!

*I received a copy of this book from the author in return for a fair and honest review.*

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