Author: Catherine Lievens
Cover Artist: unknown
Rating: 3 of 5 Stars
When a small action completely changes your life, you have to learn how to make the best out of it.
Jeremy’s life is centered on his three-year-old son, Adam, and his work. He’s a single dad, so he has no time for friends or girlfriends. Then he meets two brothers, and with them, a tall, silent man who fascinates him. But Jeremy isn’t gay…right?
Denver thinks he’ll soon be gone from Whitedell. He doesn’t have a family or friends and is with the pride only to do his job, at least until he finds his mate. He doesn’t want to claim Jeremy, but that choice is taken away from him, and he has to learn to live with a mate and a small child.
The two work hard on creating a life for themselves and raising Adam together, but someone from Jeremy’s past works against them. They will have to fight to keep their new family together and to keep Adam safe.
Jeremy is the fifth book in Catherine Lievens’s Whitedell Pride series.
In this book, we pair two relative unknowns. Other than the continuing story of the lab, it only loosely fits with the first part of the seris. We briefly met Denver in a previous installment. Jeremy is completely new to the readers of Whitedell Pride.
Jeremy has a kid. However, instead of working him into the story, he is pawned off on others so the story can center around Denver and Jeremy.
The accidental mating and the need for Denver’s particular type of shifter to “re-mate” regularly was just a little too convenient a way to force Denver into a pairing. Of course, they fell in love instantly once Denver realized he had no way around his fated mate.
Have I mentioned yet how confusing it is to have so many “D” names in this series? I am constantly having to decode the names in my head and remind myself who everyone is. It pulls me from the story on a regular basis.
After reading the first five titles in the Whitetail pride series, I can conclude that this series is fluff. There is no depth and no real character or world building. You, as the reader are just expected to accept the world as is. There are readers who will eat this series up. There are readers who will continue to devour every installment in this series. I will probably read one, maybe two more to get Oliver and Dominic’s happily ever afters. However, there are an endless number of potential main characters, and I can see this series continuing for a long time to come.
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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