Friday, June 12, 2015

Expecting His Alpha's Child by Anya Byrne

Expecting His Alpha's Child (Gay Mpreg)Title: Expecting His Alpha’s Child
Series: Lone Wolf Pack, 3
Author:  Anya Byrne
Publisher: Self Published
Genre: MM, Contemporary, Paranormal
Word Count: 40,597
Reviewer: Redz
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Expecting His Alpha's Child (Gay Mpreg) (Lone Wolf Pack) by Anya Byrne - Romance>Erotic Romance
The day his brother-in-law Gavin gives birth, Finn Simmons receives an unexpected phone call. Gavin's little brothers need his help, and their social worker, Parker Knight, requests a meeting. With Gavin and Saul busy with their new son, it's up to Finn to take charge of the situation. But when he does exactly that, he finds in shock that Parker is his mate. Naturally, he's ecstatic... except he's still a werewolf Alpha with too many responsibilities and secrets, and there's still an enemy pack biting at his heels.

Parker has dedicated his life to helping people as a social worker. When a case that's particularly close to his heart leads him to a meeting with a breathtakingly handsome man, he tries to be professional about it. He tries to remember he can't lose his heart to Finn Simmons—and he fails.

Despite their misgivings, their pull toward one another is too strong to resist, but the obstacles in their path are not to be trifled with. In a world increasingly hostile toward human-werewolf matings, can one Alpha protect his new mate, and his unexpected new family?

 This is my first time reading the Lone Wolf Pack series by author Anya Byrne. I loved Expecting His Alpha’s Child. This book is the 3 in the series and I was not lost at all.  I liked the character of Finn, he is compassionate, sweet, pure alpha male. But he also has many layers.  He is loyal to a fault and always beyond anything else will protect those he loves.
Parker shares a lot in common with Finn, He is protective.  He has been through a lot in his life. But he learned to take the bad and turn it into a positive for himself. He is a social worker because he wants to help kids who might be like himself, orphaned and in need of love. He has a ton of love and acceptance to give.
Parker does not know about werewolves and his introduction is both brutal and scary.  He is very easy going about it all. He keeps his fear well hidden if he has any.  Finn shows through mating Parker just how far he would go to protect those he loves. He would give his life for his family and mate.
There is a lot going on in this book besides the love story. So I suggest reading the books in order so you understand the politics of the packs. But for the love story itself this story is a stand alone for that.   I for one want to go back and read the books I missed. I cannot wait to see where this series goes and who falls in love next. 

                                Five Shooting Stars

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