Pack Secrets by Chrissy Smith

Pack Secrets by Chrissy Smith
Publisher: Totally Bound
Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal
Length: Short Story (76 Pages)
Other: M/F
Rating: 3.5 stars
Reviewed by Tulip

Complications never felt so good.

Alex Wilson enjoys his low-key life at his family ranch, spending hours with his horses and being surrounded by his family. He doesn’t know what he’s missing until Angel Salvatore storms into his life.

With the threat to the pack and a new woman in his life, Alex finds himself struggling to take in all the changes. Shocked to his core when Angel declares them mates he has no idea that isn’t even the biggest secret Angel will reveal.

Angel Salvatore is called to come to the aid of the Canyon Pack after rogue agents of her organization attacked. She has no clue that she’ll also find the one person meant to be hers. Not only does Angel have to track down the last three rogue agents but she has a lot of explaining to do to her mate. Alex pushes her to lose control, which has her blurting out the one secret that no one knows.

Revealing the reason why he can’t scent her, and why she has impressive speed and outstanding strength has the potential of destroying everything she’s ever wanted.

Pack Secrets was an interesting and quick read for me. I read it all in one sitting.

Secrets surround Alex and Angel. The story carries forth from the previous book and features a fair bit of suspense. Their relationship has quite a lot of angst that goes along with trust issues having to do with a big reveal that perhaps brought a new direction for the series. They had to learn to accept new possibilities. I felt that Alex and Angel were engaging characters and complimented each other perfectly. They also had good chemistry for the sexy love scenes. So although this is a rather short story the author managed to keep things exciting with plenty of action, suspense, and a steamy love story.

The writing here was very good. The story flowed really well even if you’re new to the series. However, considering that the author makes reference to some events from previous books, then I would recommend reading at least the preceding book in The Were Chronicles Series. Also, I liked that how many intriguing possibilities were opened up with this story. It had several new characters that I would like to read about.

I enjoyed reading this book!

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