Enticing Elliott (Moon Pack #5)by Amber Kell 4*
BLURB: Elliott comes to the Moon pack bar to meet with Anthony. Little does he know that Anthony's plans include handing him off to Parker, the pack security officer. Parker takes one look at the slim accountant and knows he's found the submissive mate of his dreams. Warning: there are m/m encounters that feature hot sex and lengths of rope.
My Review:Aside from my usual complaint about the shortness of the stories I am becoming addicted to Amber Kell's Moon Pack! This one was sweet, hot, interesting and a little too short.
Finding Farro (Moon Pack #6)by Amber Kell 3*
BLURB: When mutants kidnap Farro's son and take him to Dark Fae territory he has to rely on Anthony to get him back. With problems of his own will the alpha mate be able to cope with all the changes in his life and still handle his pack duties? Book Six in the Moon Pack series. m/m sexual situations.
My Review: A fairly good story that gave us more Silver and Anthony as well as a romance between Farro and Kylen. However that romance is rather glossed over to put forward the story of Anthony and his wish to be more for his partner Silver. Also the blurb is misleading because Dare from book 4 is the one kidnapped by the mutants and Farro's son is later kidnapped by a member of the Moon Pack. That aside over all the story is good and helps the storyline for the Moon Pack continue in an interesting way.
Getting Gabe (Moon Pack #7)by Amber Kell 4*
BLURB: Unaware he has werewolf DNA, Gabriel is stunned to learn after an attack that not only will he change into a wolf but that two fae warriors are his mates. Now he has to help his men find the scientist who is creating the mutants before his new formula hits the streets.
My Review: Another menage with twins (but without any incest) made this an unusual addition to the Moon Pack serial. There was more on the main Moon Pack Storyline and, as is getting more and more obvious, these books need to be read in alphabetical order to follow that storyline. As to the individual story about Gabe and the Twins that was well written and I loved it.