Outcast Pack #3
Genre: Paranormal, Series
With the rival wolves closing in, fighting attraction is one battle they can’t win.
For the last couple of years, Kyle Ashfield’s friends have used his rural property as a place to gather and run beyond the territory of the official wolf packs. But now, their numbers have attracted attention, and some packs are not happy that a bunch of outcast wolves are living so freely.
Cooper Badr is a leopard shifter and the Coven agent tasked with interviewing and investigating the pack so the Coven can make an informed decision about its future. He’s supposed to be impartial, but around Kyle, he wants to do other things than talk.
Will Coven grant the pack of gay wolf shifters territory, or will they be shut down and banned from running together?
Discover the Outcast Pack mm paranormal wolf shifter romance series. Join the wolves as they fight to make their pack official and fall in love along the way.
Wolf Soul is a steamy, gay opposites attract, age gap romance between a wolf who should know better and a leopard who has to learn to fight for what he wants.
I enjoyed the third instalment of this series, which is set in the same world as Familiar Mates. I loved a cat in the mix of wolves, and the conclusion of the storyline. Although the stories aren’t long and I read this one in an evening, they’re rich in character and world building.
I loved Cooper, and his and Kyle’s mutual instant attraction. Cooper is very much a cat, and I loved how his actions, and one particular physical difference, reflected that. I also liked seeing how good Cooper is at his job as a Coven agent.
I liked seeing characters from the previous books again, and how they’ve become a pack and found family. I liked that not all their pack are wolves, and include an ex-hunter and a witch. Not to mention Coven agents.
The showdown with the other pack was tense, and action-packed. I liked that not everyone walked away unscathed. Cooper totally rocks, and Kyle shows himself to be the leader his pack already know he is.
The conclusion is very satisfying, and I hope we haven’t seen the last of the Outcast Pack.
5 out of 5 stars.