Friday, March 18, 2016

Safe and Sound by Willa Okati

Title: Safe and Sound
Series: Omega Wolves, 2
Author: Willa Okati
Publisher: Changeling Pressing
Genre: MM, Paranormal
Pages: 62
Reviewer: Redz













Publisher's Blurb
Ivoire, the packmaster’s Omega cousin, has gone and gotten himself in a family way. Abandoned and alone, he and the pup he carries are in need of sanctuary.
There’s not much packmaster Lewis can do about Ivoire’s situation beside busting heads and making the bastard responsible pay. And -- while he’s away -- making sure the young Omega finds himself safe in the hands of Zachariah, a widowed Alpha who’s turned his back on the rest of the world.
Zachariah is everything Ivoire needs, and Ivoire is nothing Zachariah thought he’d ever want again, but nothing good was ever gained from playing by the rules.












Review
Safe and Sound is the second book in the Omega Wolves series by author Willa Okati. This is the first time I have read this series and I was not lost at all.
This is the story of Zachariah. He is a lone werewolf who lost his mate giving birth to his child. He cannot get past it. He doesn't want to join the neighboring pack, he doesn't have a spark for life without his mate. He is just existing.
Ivoire is the pack Alpha's cousin. He is from outside the Whitter area. He is pregnant by an Alpha who refused to step up and marry him. He really wants this child so he is happy about being pregnant. He needs sanctuary with Zachariah till his cousin gets home.
Ivoire is full of sass and love. He is a kind sweet person who is not going to let anyone even Zachariah push him around. He knows what he wants and goes for it.
Zachariah needs Ivoire more than he knows. Watching these two fall in love is a great experience. They both need each other for who they are just as they are. I like how Ivoire brings Zachariah back into the land of the living with his antics and love. This is a hot sweet read! I really want more from this series now. I hope there are many more to come.


                                Five Shooting Stars


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