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Sunday, October 25, 2015

Packmaster by Jess Buffett

Last Thursday I was part of the blog tour for this book and I decided to read it (just as soon as I was finished with the book I was on at the time). Well I've now finished it and here are my thoughts on it. I will use my usual layout for those who missed the blog tour information.


Packmaster (Full Moon Rising Book 1) by Jess Buffett 3*
BLURB: Kyan had never known true kindness, or what it felt like to be completely entranced by one person...until he met Blaise. When his life spins out of control, and a whole new world is opened up to him, he finds that the only human being he can turn to, may not even be human at all.
Blaise has spent months trying to figure out the best way to approach his shy and nervous mate. As the Packmaster in the small town of Rowan Oak, he isn't used to having to show restraint or patience . When he finally makes his move a turn of events involving a forgotten note, a disappearing mate, and trouble with a group of hunters leads to disastrous results.
When Blaise finally catches up to Kyan, what he finds and the answers he gets are nothing like what he had been expecting. Will the pair be able to straighten out their misunderstandings and find the happiness they both long for, or will the Packmaster lose the only thing he has ever had to fight for?

My Review: So I'll start with saying that the book is only about 72 pages so if you are after s longer read don't bother with this one. That said for 72 pages the author managed to pack in a fast and entertaining story with touches of humour. However, although it doesn't finish on a cliffhanger as such, it does leave a lot of things waiting for the sequel to explain and round off properly. So if you don't mind a short fun and action shifter story with mpreg and a few loose ends then this is for you.

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