Hello my lovely readers!
This is a review for the first two books in an up and coming series. At this time, both books are part of the Kindle Unlimited program. If you have the subscription you can read them for free.
Finding my Pack by Lane Whitt
This exciting tale is about a homeless girl, Kitten, and her struggle to survive. She follows the lights to a fountain where she meets two strangers. They willingly take her in and help her recover. Kitten wakes up and finds herself in a strange house with eight men. They happily welcome her into their home and lives. As she starts on her way to recovery and love many things come at her to cause difficulty in her life.
It is a really cute story. I would say that it is for mature audiences only. The author does a fantastic job at balancing between leaving you asking questions, and answering them at the perfect time. I was also impressed that all needed explanations were given in a timely manner, and not done too often. Also, the details and descriptions were not overdone and too long. There are a few spelling error, but overall it is well-edited.
I totally loved this book and recommend it to anyone who enjoys wolf/werewolf books.
Keeping my Pack by Lane Whitt
I don’t want to include a description for this book because I feel it would slightly give away the ending to the first one. So just know that it is a continuation of the previous book and it is still about Kitten and her eight boys.
The story was still entertaining and I did enjoy it. However, I felt it could have, and should have, gone through a little more editing. Almost every page had a spelling error. Or I often found that a needed word was missing. Example: “You know Tristan can get, today is his diva day.”That sentence needs “how”, “You know [how] Tristan can get…”
There are also several sentences that do not make sense. Example: “…considering we spend most of the time with him explain exactly why things are the way they are.”
Anyway, these mistakes really bummed me out. I was really looking forward to reading this one. I hope that the author will focus on the editing a little more in the future.
What is your favorite werewolf/wolf series or book?
Mine is the Alpha Girl series by Aileen Erin
What about you? Leave a comment below or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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