Reviewed by Susan65
Title: The Aftermath
Author: Maggie Walsh
Series: Angel Pack #16
Genre: MMM Paranormal
Length: 212 Pages
Release Date: April 2, 2019
Available at: Amazon and Barnes & Noble
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Blurb: It has been nine months since fae warrior Sasha met and rescued his mate, Samuel, but because of the life he has lead, his skittish mate is still nervous about being claimed.
Sammy feels lost and confused by why he has never felt the mating heat that all feline’s experience when they meet their mate, but he figures it has something to do with all the experiments done on him in the past.
Mike is not only an old friend of Jesse and Taylor but the man who rescued them years ago when they worked for him in Atlanta. He has come to Sanctuary to see his friends and is shocked when his mates just strolled into the room. He’s excited that he has found his mates but knows he cannot claim them or allow them to claim him because Mike’s past could get them all killed.
There is just something about the Angel Pack that just resonates within me. I love all of the characters, I am invested in their well-being, and seeing such big men, and quite a few tiny ones, live their authentic lives in this crazy, paranormal universe just warms me up inside.
The last book was very apocalyptic, but this one showed us that almost everything was back to normal for the guys…almost. As per usual, nothing is ever easy for our men and their mates. They tend to have to walk through hell, sometimes literally, before they finally get to their happy place. In this case, ginormous Fae warrior, Sasha, and petite and nerdy, Samuel have accepted each other as mates, but have not officially consummated their union due to past issues with Samuel’s horrific past. And then, just as things are starting to look bright for their future, in walks Mike.
Mike is the old friend of Jesse and Taylor, the one we always heard about, but never met…until now. And he comes bearing secrets and throws a big monkey wrench in the mating of Sasha and Samuel. Yep, typical Angel Pack, which is why I love it so much. Read this series, it is fun and romantic and a little unrealistic, but isn’t that why we read in the first place? Go for it, I dare you.
Overall Impression: I really liked it!
*I received a copy of this book from the author in return for a fair and honest review.*