Saturday, June 4, 2016

Sins of the Wolf by Jessica Lee

Title: Sins of the Wolf
Series: Kinkaid Wolf Pack, 4
Author: Jessica Lee
Publisher: Jessica Lee
Genre and Pairing: Paranormal and M/F
Page Count: 159 pages
Reviewer Name: Luna
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Publisher Blurb
The heat building between them is ready to erupt, threatening to shatter the wall around a soldier’s heart.

Former Green Beret, Zackary “Sin” Sinclair has a secret nipping at his heels. And he’ll do anything—go anywhere—to keep that info locked down tight. Including playing along with the news that he’s the father of his best friend’s little sister’s baby. But there’s no way in hell that’s possible since he hasn’t touched a woman in years. That, and his best friend has no idea Sin’s been hiding the fact he’s gay since they were teenagers.
KinKaid Wolf Pack Enforcer, Aydin Michaels is his cousin’s new pet project. If he doesn’t sober up and fall in line, he’ll be kissing his new career goodbye, and more than likely, packing up to head back east. The last thing he needs is a smokin’ hot human male with eyes that turn him inside out trying to play his hero.
When a bar fight goes wrong and Sin ends up bitten, Aydin is charged with tracking him down—before he shifts—and educating him about those in the world who aren’t quite human. Rule number one: in order to survive, shifters stick together. But convincing the hardheaded soldier on the run to stay put, preferably with him, is easier said than done. For Sin, putting down roots means paying a price. He either betrays a friend and risks losing the only family he’s ever known, or walk away from the man who’s claimed a piece of his soul. 



Review
Sins of the Wolf by Jessica Lee is the fourth installment of the Kinkaid Wolf Pack series. It can be read as standalone. Aydin is hurting and his life with the Kinkaid pack is his last chance. But will his unthinking actions lose him his final chance to find a home? Sin is hurting but he is also hiding. He doesn’t want to lose what he has and sees a lie as the only solution. But when chance forces him to stand still can he come to terms with who he is?
I thoroughly enjoyed both Aydin and Sin. They were men in pain and unwilling to look deep within to heal themselves. That is until fate forced their hand. Aydin must step up when his issues spill over and change Sin’s whole world. Sin must accept himself and the possibility of losing the only family he has. Ms. Lee didn’t make it easy for these characters but she did a wonderful job of showing their journey and growth. Both men needed to look within before they could be together. Fate forced their hand but they still had to find the strength to fix themselves. I enjoyed seeing both men grow and accept what can’t be change. I enjoyed seeing the support both men didn’t realize they had. I enjoyed seeing the fight for a future together. I can honestly say this was my favorite story in this series. The emotions were gritty without being depressing. The growth was real and heartfelt. This is a wonderful story and well worth your time.
                       Five Shooting Stars

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