Author: SA Welsh
Cover Artist: unknown
Rating: 4 of 5 Stars
Jay and Kyle have been mated a week. A happy, love and lust filled week but now everything is starting to fall apart. Nightmares plague him. Are his dreams just fiction or his destiny, is he becoming what he was always meant to be? With no time to figure it out, Jay and Kyle have to find and rescue kidnapped shifters and navigate their way through alpha politics, all while doing damage control for Jay’s newfound uncle. He has to face his abusive step-father, survive attacks by hunters and keep his sanity while fighting to prevent his nightmares from becoming reality.
Lynx in Blood is the second installment in the Pack Valley series from SA Welsh. I have had mixed results with SA Welsh stories in the past, but I quickly found a soft spot for Jay and Ky. No, their story in book 1, Jaguar Mate, was not fully developed, but it was enough that I needed to know their continuing story. So far, there are four installments in the series. I will be reading book three, Stalking Blood, as soon as I finish writing this review.
In Lynx in the Blood, we watch Kyle and Jay grow as a couple as well as individuals. They are two halves of a whole, and they work well together to play up the other’s strengths. I appreciate that their egos don’t get in the way of what is best for the other. I also appreciate that even though Ky and Jay are fated mates, their genuine affection for one another shines through every interaction. There is never a reason for one to doubt the other’s loyalty, commitment, or love.
As we suspected from book one (or at least I suspected), there is much more to Jayden than anyone knows. There are prophesies about him and him with his fated mate. There is also evil lurking just around the corner. Kyle and Jayden will have to be a strong unit to face the baddies coming at them. Lynx in the Blood is about growing into that strength. It is about discovering who they are together and who they can be because they have the other.
I am eager to start book three, so I will leave you here in order to return to Pack Valley.
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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