Author: Catherine Lievens
Cover Artist: unknown
Rating: 3 of 5 Stars
Sometimes you have to decide if helping others is more important than your own safety.
Finn has been free from the lab for months, but he still isn’t happy. After finding out his mate didn’t want him, he went back home to his tribe, where he is once again beaten and ignored. The mansion is the only place in which he feels safe, if only he didn’t have to face the mate who doesn’t want him…
Bryce has been heartbroken since Keenan left him. He was sure he didn’t want Finn as his mate, but finding out that the Nix is being hurt changes that. He knows he will have to grovel for Finn to forgive him, but he will gladly do that and much more to insure that Finn is safe.
While they find their way to each other, Finn uncovers a secret that might tear him apart. Will Bryce be able to win Finn’s trust and keep him safe?
Finn is the fourth book in Catherine Lievens’s Whitedell Pride series.
After Nolan and Casey ride off into the sunset, we finally get to the relationship that has been building since book one. The one between Nix (Water Fae) and former lab rat, Finn and cougar shifter Bryce, former boyfriend to Keenan. From the moment they met everyone knew they were fated to be together. Bryce, just had to get his head out of his behind. Bryce fancies himself still in love with his former boyfriend. Of course one relatively tame come-to-Jesus meeting with his alpha and Bryce finally sees the error of his ways. The next second he is head-over-heels and ready to mate with Finn.
Finn is the embodiment of everything I dislike about the fated mate trope insta-love and the lack of free will. Bryce and Finn didn’t fall in love because they should be together. They fell in love because they have to be together. In the end, there was no other choice. It took all the suspense and interest from the love story.
The subplot of the illegal labs is continued as we find out more about how Finn found himself in the lab as well as some information important to tracking the labs.
If you have enjoyed the series to this point, you won’t want to miss this installment. It both moves the story forward and finds a HEA for two characters from the first book.
I would like to thank the publisher for providing me with the eARC of this title in exchange for my honest opinion.
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