- Siren Publishing
- Release Date
- March 2011
- Book 5 of Brac Pack
LGBTQ, Paranormal Romance, Vamps & Shifters Romance
When Storm Wishfall is sent on an errand for his alpha, he doesn't expect to discover two young Asian men hiding on a boat in fear for their lives. He definitely isn't expecting one of them to be his mate.
After encountering the young men's captors, the alpha devises a plan to rescue the three other men who were kidnapped along with his mate, Kyoshi, and Kyoshi's cousin, Keata, and the pack must band together to curtail a human trafficking ring before any more innocent lives are ruined.
In the meantime, Kyoshi must come to terms with his new life. Storm searches for a way to convince the cynical human they're destined to love each other, but something lurking deep inside Kyoshi is forcing its way out. Are these two as different as they believe, or can they find a way to share their lives?
May 23, 2011 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
90 people found the following review helpful
Brac Pack #5 is STORMY EYES. As much as I was looking forward to this book, just to find out the answer to Storm's multi-colored eyes, I was a little disappointed in the overall story. This book had a lot of what I like about this series—the recurring characters and how they are progressing—but I just didn't connect with the couple in this book like I did in the others. I did however really enjoy the little twist at the end.
Storm is a sentry, a warrior in the Brac pack, and he is sent down to the docks to meet with Paul, a friend of the pack who called for some help. What Storm finds upon arrival is two Japanese men who have been kidnapped from their country and brought here in a human trafficking ring to be sold as sex slaves. It turns out one of the men is his mate and Storm couldn't be happier. Kyoshi, understandably is having a hard time trusting anyone after what happened and feels very protective of his younger cousin.
Kyoshi and his cousin Keata were kidnapped off the street, thrown in a box, and brought to a strange country. Kyoshi may be small in stature but he has the heart and instincts of a fighter and will do anything to protect his cousin. He doesn't know why he feels he can trust the large man who says he is safe now, but he does.
Once again we get to reconnect with all of the mates and there are some laugh out loud moments. I think some of my favorite scenes are when all the mates are together causing mayhem. I liked this installment but had a harder time connecting to the couple so I didn't enjoy it as much as the previous books. I am however looking forward to many more books in this series.
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