My rating: ❤❤❤❤❤ of 5!
This book picks up right where the previous book left us and, Ren continues her journey for answers laid out by her mother, with her 4 hot alphas:
Aaron: Avian kin
Marco: Feline kin
West: Canine kin
Nate: Disparate kin
Following the trail both Ren and the alphas has to face dangers and solve clues along the way. When Ren finally learns of her mother’s fate, it becomes even harder to know who’s friend and who’s foe.
The group travels to the avian kin, meet the mysterious fae and add another mate to her growing harem. However, just as things seem to be looking up a bit for our group, one of the alphas breaks Rens trust. Personally, I do think she’s overreacting to the conversation she overhears between said alpha and someone from his kin group. I appreciate it isn’t nice to hear what she hears, but it would be nice if female leads didn’t always get offended from half a conversation and, kept in mind the traits of the kin groups she’s around as some of them are well known for being sneaky and arrogant.
Each of the characters remains consistent in their personalities and beliefs, and I was extremely happy that Ren didn’t become a weak and pathetic heroine who relied on the alphas to do all the work; which, unfortunately, is always a possibility when one female character is surrounded by multiple males. If you’ve read any of my reviews you know that my main pet peeve is a whiny, needy, no-responsibility taking-damsel-in-distress heroine.
To top it all off, Ren keeps getting better and better at controlling her shifts, and she can hold the form for a longer period of time.
EDIT: I might be going crazy, but I’m sure that Ren in the first book mentioned a memory about her lion father, yet in this book she has a memory of her panther father. Either I’m mixing two books up in my mind, or Ren had two feline fathers instead of one from each kin group.
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