My rating: 3 of 5 stars
This story was much more detailed and rounded out in comparison to the first one in the series. There was also a better paced narrative and more fleshing out of the world.
Bax and Abel made for a really sweet pairing, I felt their attraction to each other was given time to properly mature and there was a lot of good communication.
Most of the drama came from outside sources as Abel continued to change and challenge traditional things with his leadership of the Mercy Hills Pack.
I do like that these books don’t gloss over the mPreg element of the stories, the reader is given a ‘realistic’ alternative for birthing a shifter baby.
The more I read in this series, the more I like the setting.