Mated To The Pack by Sam Crescent

Mated To The Pack by Sam Crescent
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal
Length: Short story (102 pages)
Other: M/F, F/M/M/M/M/M, Multiple Partners, Menage, Anal Sex
Rating: 3.5 stars
Reviewed by Fern

Lucia is running for her life. Human hunters have destroyed her pack, and she has been ordered to run, to survive. She runs for two days straight without stopping—until she ends up crashing right into Luther Knight’s arms.

The Knight pack has five men, bound by their loyalty to each other, with Luther being their alpha, the strongest of them all. He knows what it’s like to be at the mercy of the human hunters and has vowed to kill all humans on his lands.

With Lucia in his arms, he knows she belongs to him, and not only does she belong to him, but she is the female for all of them. Even with the danger that surrounds them, they know what they want, and Lucia feels it, too.
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However, the humans are closing in, and Luther’s desire for revenge, his need to kill every single one of them, grows. When Lucia says it’s her or the hunters, she is shocked when he tells her he doesn’t do ultimatums and walks away.

The hunters are close. Will the Knight pack make it out alive, or die at the hands of the monsters intent on abusing them?

When hunters decimated her pack, Lucia ran until she physically couldn’t go a step further. Unknowingly, she had strayed onto the land of the Knight pack. Five wolf shifters, not related by blood but a pack in every way they protected their land and each other. Lucia’s fear and the scent of death clung to her – screaming like a beacon to the five men. When they realise she’s theirs, they’ll do anything to protect her, but can she handle being mated to the five Knight men?

I found this to be an interesting and well-plotted werewolf story. While the dynamics of the paranormal world were slightly different I had no trouble getting up to speed with the setting. I did feel a little as if the plot about the humans who slaughtered Lucia’s pack and sexy shenanigans of Lucia and her reverse harem overshadowed the world-building. Certainly this wasn’t bad enough to affect my enjoyment of the story – but I would have liked to know more depth about the world and how the various shifter packs interacted and how they fitted in with the human world. That said, I feel the author did a good job of juggling the plot and relationship between the five men of the Knight pack with Lucia. With so many men to one woman it would have been very easy for the characters to not stand out on their own merits or have one or two of the men be far more active and memorable than the others, and I was pleased that I didn’t find this was the case here.

I was surprised and pleased that after Luther – the pack alpha – initially claimed Lucia as their mate the five men gave her some space and time to wrap her head around all the changes that had happened practically overnight. It also helped me as a reader get a feel for the pack dynamics and separate the five heroes into individuals and not just as a pack. While I didn’t enjoy how Lucia misread the pack giving her space to grieve and come to terms with being claimed by all five of them – that part felt just a little too clichéd for my liking – I was grateful this misunderstanding didn’t last long and was quickly followed by plenty of steamy moresome sex that even Lucia couldn’t misinterpret or twist into more conflict.

I found the sex scenes to be spicy and intense – but not envelope-pushing and feel most erotic readers should find them suitably hot and interesting. I also rather enjoyed how Luther – for all his alphaness and bluster and hardness – was the one who craved Lucia’s love and acceptance, even while Lucia was the character trying to solve the dilemma with the humans. Normally it’s the hero trying to fix the problems and the heroine agonizing over the emotions so I found it refreshing – and very well written – how these usual roles were so wonderfully reversed.

Fresh and quite different, I enjoyed this reverse harem style of story.

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