Title: Timber pack Chronicles (Timber Pack Chronicles #1)
Author: Rob Colton
Publisher: Self Published
Cover Artist: Slumberus
Rating: 4.5 of 5 Stars
The object of Parker Montgomery’s crush is big man on campus Colton Butler, who is much more than he appears to be.
Colton has been watching Parker from a distance, patiently waiting for the day when he will finally be able to claim his destined mate.
When Parker is threatened by a rogue wolf, Colton’s instincts take over and he finds that his actions have consequences that threaten to tear his pack apart.
I like it! Timber Pack Chronicles by Rob Colton is a great start to a promising new series. If you are looking for a new shifter tale, pick this one up.
Timber Pack Chronicles is a story of new beginnings: the beginning of a new relationship/mating for Colton and Parker, the beginnings of a new kind of life for Parker, and the beginnings of the newly created Timber Pack. This story has a well developed shifter society, pack structure, pack rules, and character base. Mr. Colton did a great job of portraying these things without taking away from the plot and relationship development.
I liked the plot and I loved the character development and felt they went hand-in-hand in the overall progression of this story. The plot was interesting and held my attention. The outcomes of the plot force the characters to grow and develop into stronger men and a stronger pack. As they adjust to their new lives, the relationships between the men grow stronger. The overall presentation of this novel was very well done. The subject matter could be serious at times, Mr. Colton kept enough humor and fun in the story to keep this from being a serious tale.
I have one complaint though. There was way too much sex. Once the MCs take that step, it is non-stop. Sometimes I wondered how the men could walk and why they were not showing signs of chronic dehydration. The reason for the copious amounts of sex was well explained in the novel, and it was very well written and HOT (which kinda makes me feel like a perv since the characters were barely of age), but there was so much of it that after a while I just started skipping it completely.
This review is based on a copy purchased by the reviewer independent of any review copies offered.
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