Rating: 4 .5🌈
I recently reviewed Logan, the first book in Macy Blake’s new series. In that story, Orsen Riggs , a bear shifter and his adorable son came to help with the new additions and renovations to Logan’s team’s office and pack dwelling.
In a short time, they made an indelible impression. So I was thrilled to find I could read Orsen’s romance and the tale of his family.
It’s part of the Chosen interlocking group of series that Blake has ongoing that includes Logan’s series as well.
But honestly, adorable shifter kids and mates? I’m in!
The kids were a part of a drama from another series/novels but enough of their history was related here that we had a foundation. Kids kidnapped, hurt, saved, now heading under the one Alpha and clan who saved them.
Exciting and sets up a fantastic groundwork for future stories as the kids are all different shifters.
There is nothing more connectable or endearing then small beings needing families and love. Macy Blake does an outstanding job of giving us children who are not are believable but have the ability to jump instantly into our hearts.
Add onto that two men with a mate connection each is unsure about, a child they both “feel “ is somehow theirs… and you have a heartfelt storyline that pulls you in with multiple elements.
And it’s not just that child in need of a family…..
There’s a compound full. With dangers lurking outside.
Yes, I loved this.
✓ All Kidding Aside #1
◦ Stop Kidding Around #2
Building houses for a pack of orphans might lead one griffin to find his heart’s home.Victor Eastaughffe knows three things for a fact:-He does not have a mate.-He does not like children.-His duty is to his griffin clan. When Victor meets Orsen Riggs, a scruffy bear shifter, and little Gus, an orphaned red panda cub, his orderly, structured world becomes messy and chaotic. All the things he once held true suddenly don’t make sense. Asked to help the Smith pack navigate the difficult world of shifter politics, Victor realizes he might not know himself as well as he thought.
Magic is in the air, and it’s making him long for things he never wanted before. But duty comes before all else, even at a price Victor no longer wants to pay.