Gareth’s heart is set on Cam, but Cam’s heart broke a long time ago.
As alpha of the Regent’s Park Pack, Cam’s focus is always centred on its members—his personal life pushed aside after the death of his wife. Now that his pack has merged with the Primrose Hill shifters, he can’t afford any distractions.
Gareth’s been in love with his alpha for years, but his position as beta complicates matters. Added to the fact Cam still mourns his late wife, Gareth knows his feelings will never be reciprocated, so he buries them deep.
With the two packs already struggling to unite under one alpha, they get a surprise addition—one who causes more tension within the ranks. Under such strain, long-kept secrets are forced into the open. Gareth and Cam must deal with the aftermath, while also keeping the pack’s best interests at heart.
You know those books that you never want to end? The stories that you could blissfully lose yourself in time and time again. Then you think its over and begin to grieve but THEN you’re overjoyed to discover there is in fact MORE! *sappy grin* Yeah, that’s me and Regent Park Pack. I felt like I won the lottery when I found out Cam and Gareth were going to have their own book. Thrilled doesn’t even begin to cover it. The last book was amazing. I was blown away and was slightly apprehensive that Jacobs could maintain the same epic feels that she delivered in book 3. Ha! Silly me. There was no reason to have any concerns because she came blazing yet again. High voltage emotions with carnal mating practically scorched my kindle and I couldn’t get enough!
As I said before, Jacobs not only excels with her incredible realm but surpasses all other shifter series in my opinion. The man, the wolf, the shift…she covers it all with a masterful hand. One of the many things I enjoy about shifters is how close they are to their family, their pack. As this series is already developed, we are intimately familiar with six of the pack members and it filled my heart seeing them on page again. We are introduced to a new pack member and it appears her stay has been extended. She saunters into the story with a sassy attitude but after we peel back her layers, it’s easy to see her need for protection. The previous book was bursting with action-packed scenes. Although this latest installment isn’t shy on excitement and exhilarating scenes, adrenaline junkies will probably favor the previous book. However, I thought it was…just right.
Cam. Gareth. Cam and Gareth. *sigh* I knew our beta had a challenging road ahead of him. Our beloved alpha has put the pack and their needs above his own for too long for him to remember what it’s like to have something just for him. Gareth has concealed his true feelings for his alpha exceedingly well for years but once they break free it’s like a flooding dam bursting. He can’t contain his instincts, his protective drive and his burning desire. Holy moonbeam was it HOT. Tough decisions must be made, by both men. I was rooting and cheering for them and couldn’t have been happier with the final chapters. There is sooo much to love with these guys and I pray to the book gods Jacobs isn’t finished with them yet. They are so responsible and grounded (ahem, most of the time), I envision them as marvelous dads. *double wink* but wherever they go next you can bet I’ll be sure to follow.
This is NOT a standalone. Please don’t do yourself a disservice and try to read it without their history. It’s also important to settle into your patience pants. Cam shut the door on a huge part of his heart when he lost his mate a decade ago and opening it once more terrifies him to his core. Learning to love again is sometimes a painstaking journey but at the same time, it’s equally breathtaking.
If wolves call to you, The Regent Park pack outdoes, outruns, and outshines every other shifter series I’ve read. If you aren’t familiar with them, you should become acquainted. Trust me, you won’t regret it. Start at the beginning and get ready for a remarkable ride. And give the guys my love please!
**drooly shout-out for the cover…all of them have been fabulous (props to Miss Snow) but this one burns into my soul.