My rating: 4 of 5 stars
As with book two, this is a fully fleshed out story with more details and world building.
Bram came across as a bit of a spoiled youngster in the first two books but here he really comes into his own as a strong and independent young man finding his way through a difficult situation.
Duke’s always come across as a stable and calming influence in the Mercy Hills Pack and here he was super sweet and dedicated to making sure Bram’s life wasn’t ruined by a single mistake.
The drama is mostly through circumstances in this one and, again, there is excellent communication once the pair are together, even if they could have done with their heads knocking together earlier.