Killian’s Claim by Tyler Robbins

Killian’s Claim by Tyler Robbins
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: Action/Adventure, Contemporary, Paranormal
Length: Full Length (173 pgs)
Other: M/M, Anal Play
Rating: 3.5 stars
Reviewed by Peppermint

Six years ago, Quinn Kelly barely escaped the brutal murder of his parents. Now the lone-wolf is searching for a place to belong. Well aware of his proclivity for men, his nomadic life hasn’t allowed him to find anyone to call his own—until now.

Wolf-shifter and future alpha of his own pack, Killian Masters wants nothing more than his father’s approval. After meeting Quinn, he’s more determined than ever to make his father see who he is and how deeply he loves.

Captivated by their growing passion, the young lovers have a rude awakening when the vengeful alpha who murdered Quinn’s parents finds him, and vows to destroy anyone who gets in his way.

Some say the battle between good and evil is determined by which power is fed the most, but in nature, no power compares to that of an alpha’s claim.

Continuously running from an unknown threat doesn’t leave much room for relationships even romantic ones. So Quinn spent most of his life alone and scared in the world. Then Killian came along and changed off of that because something draws him that he cannot seem to resist.

Killian has a strong, calm and authoritative feel about him. He wasn’t your typical alpha that is confident and cocky. It was a good change to the type of alpha I am use to seeing. It was refreshing to see something different, plus Killian still very much protected those around him, as well as his father who seems to only push him away.

Quinn’s character at times I had trouble identifying with. Some he to seem to have some alpha qualities, even though he did not identify as an alpha. It was clear to me that he let Killian take the dominant rule, for me someone is usually an alpha or not by nature, not they allow someone to be alpha.

The conflict in the story really intrigued me. I found that more entertaining than the romantic development. I liked the mystery around Quinn’s parents as well as who it was trying to find him. It made me want to know more, and help Quinn find out the mystery behind his family. Even in the end I hoped there was more to the story cause I did not want it to end.

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