Pack Daughter by Crissy Smith

Pack Daughter by Crissy Smith
Were Chronicles Book 7
Publisher: Totally Bound
Genre: Action/Adventure, Contemporary, Paranormal, Suspense/Mystery
Length: Short Story (81 pgs)
Other: M/F
Rating: Best Book
Reviewed by Peppermint

The shifter world has announced their presence…and now must deal with the consequences.

Mike Jackson knew when the other members of his military unit started finding mates that his life would be heading for some major changes. The decision to leave the military was agreed upon but now that Mike is free, he is finding himself weary and bored. When the call comes in to assist a Pack facing dangerous threats, he is more than glad to help. He hopes getting back into the thick of things will calm him and his wolf.

Becca Nelson’s heart is breaking at the horrible fires that are plaguing her town. Someone is out to destroy her community and they have no idea who it could be. Her father, the Alpha, makes a call for help and brings Mike into her life. Becca knows that Mike is the wolf for her the moment she meets him.

With a direct threat against Becca, an ex showing up, and a kidnapping, Mike and Becca may not have the time to save both the town and each other. It’ll take everything Mike has in him to keep the Pack Daughter safe and give him time to place his claim. That is if Becca doesn’t have to rescue him first…

I have come the appreciate author Crissy Smith’s ability to create explosive relationship, and strong female roles within her stories and this one certainly has both.

Becca is the daughter of the Alpha so of course she has learned to stand on her own two feet. I expected her to care for her pack deeply, but the extent of her emotional connection went even further. The author is so great at making me feel connected with the characters that I could almost feel the physical and emotional pain Becca experienced throughout this story while her pack is being attacked. I could also rejoice with her when she gets to have Mike in her arms, which at times is no small feat. This is something I can appreciate and makes me feel like I’m a kindred spirit to the characters because the author reaches me on a personal level.

Mike is a character I was familiar with and anticipating reading about from previous Were Chronicle stories. There is something about the calm yet authoritative way he carries himself that calls to me. It is amazing that this wolf who may not be the alpha in a pack, but certainly has an alpha personality, can concede when needed, and I appreciate that. Plus his military background adds a nice sex appeal to his character. A man in uniform protecting his people, yum!

The dynamic plotline, while keeping the romantic development at the forefront, was spectacular. It was truly a thing of magic and talent to see how you get a antagonistic plot, as well as other character connections, all while staying focused on the main couple finding their mate and love. As a reader it is something I’ve come to anticipate and enjoy from this author.

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