Brother’s Mistake, Alpha’s mate
I bought McCallan’s Blood at #RT2016, great read. The idea of of first book intrigued me, so I grab both books.
Trey is youg, foolish, and a little self-entittled, he rufies a girl who blows him off one night and 9 months later finds out he’s a dad. He goes to his o l Der brother to ‘get rid of the problem.’ His brother kicks him out of the pack (now the pack is only the two of them, unless he fathered a son, then there would be a third). Jake McCallan knows that he has to talk to this woman, because if her child is a son, he will need pack, but Trey has really messed this up. She wants nothing to do with the McCallan’s, and she is Jakes Mate!
This story gripped me from the first sentence and didn’t want to let me go. I loved it! I found the most inportant thing of all, even after what Trey had done, and Jake had kicked him out, I wanted to know if he could pull himself together and find his way home, I saw something in him and by the end of story I really wanted his story! He messed up again by hiring a hitman to get rid of of Rebecca and the baby, then quickly changes his mind and trys to protect them when he can’t call the guy off.
Once Jake realizes that Rebecca is his mate, he finds that he not only has win her, tell her about the family being Werewolves, and bringing the baby and her into the family home to protect them from whoever is out there after them. A very fast paced novel with deliciously layered characters, wonderful bayou settings, and a great sense of family.
I give this book five stars, because while slightly slow in some places, it is the first book building a new world. Couldn’t wait for the next book, glad I bought it at the same time, but still awaiting Trey’s story. Thank you for sharing your creations with us, Ms. Lane. Loved this family.