Book Reviews

Wolf’s Fall (Alpha Pack #6) by J. D. Tyler

So I was really looking forward to reading this book as it was about the commander of the team the series is about. The story line was continued quite well from the book before, and there were a few unexpected twists. There was a lot of sadness in the book, but the spirits of the characters buoy the emotional heaviness. The character of Nick developed quite well, but not as well as some of the other main characters have progressed in different books. It did a fantastic job of setting up the story line to progress into new books, as well as establishing the basis for a few different potential couples. Again, the book can be read as a stand alone, but you really should follow this series from the beginning. The series in this book and the two before has started to incorporate vampires as well, but does it quite well. This book, the alpha mates with a vampire, but the author uses the relationship to help mend both. It is a good series for anyone who would like to start into paranormal romance. This book would be great for anyone who enjoys paranormal romance and specifically for wolf shifters.

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Cole’s Redemption (Alpha Pack #5) by J. D. Tyler

This is the fifth book in the Alpha Pack series. It can be read as a stand-alone, but I recommend reading the other books first. The author does a good job of filling in back stories, but there are several stories that carry, build, and change through the series. I did really like this book, though. Probably my favorite of the series so far. Magic, werewolves, treachery, fighting, and sex mix in a good combination. It’s a good crossover book for moving from regular sci-fi to paranormal romance. The story line is fairly original. I particularly liked the depth to which the main characters were developed – it is very easy to relate and connect to the characters. The author does a great job of building and maintaining character depths, connections, and interactions. I am impressed at how she connects the books and maintains such strong secondary story lines across several books and changes to the story line. She also does a good job of setting up future story lines in a way that makes readers want to read the next book(s).

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