Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
Charles spent the last twenty-six years mated to his perfect Alpha. He raised their son and managed their home. He’s tried to provide his Alpha with a family, despite the fact that he can’t have more children. After seeing Victor with another Omega, he begins to wonder if he’s enough.
Now, the two of them must face their greatest challenge yet, something that shouldn’t be possible: a broken bond.
I’ll start off by saying I was glad to see Victor and Charles story, though much of it was hinted at in the other books. There are also overlapping portions that are basically word for word to the first book that had me skimming a portion or two and while I don’t like to do that I also don’t like reading the same thing twice especially since I read all of these pretty close together.
Victor and Charles have built a life together and are beginning to reflect upon the life they built and how they want to go forward. It was hard to see both of these guys hurt for different reasons but it felt like they used it as a reason to be apart for a while when they could have been working on building up their trust in each other. I was sorry it took Charles being hurt for them to get their head out of their asses and talk about their feelings. It was great to see them essentially become newlyweds which is probably something a lot of couples could benefit from as they get older.
The cover art by Silver Heart Design Studio is nice and similar to those in the series, though I don’t think the baby worked for the basis of this book.
Sales Links: Amazon
ebook, 120 pages
Published: July 25, 2018
Edition Language: English
Series: Directions #3