Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Hellbeasts by Katya Harris

Title: Hellbeasts
Series: Roughhouse Raiders
Author: Katya Harris
Publisher: Less Than Three Press
Genre: MM, Paranormal, MC Bikers
Word Count: 18,000
Reviewer: Redz




Publisher's Blurb
When restlessness drives Shadow out of his MC’s clubhouse and into the night, the last thing he expected was to find a half-dead werewolf. Shadow has never been known for his altruism, but he takes the wounded man back to his motorcycle club, the Hellbeasts.

Rand doesn’t know who attacked him, but suspects at least one person from his own pack is involved. But even that might not be as bad as waking up in the midst of a group of misfit weres who don't seem to like him. Especially Shadow, the man charged with taking care of Rand, as compelling to Rand as he is frightening.

But before he and Shadow can work out what exactly they are and want to be to each other, Rand's attackers show up to finish the job.


 



Review
Hellbeasts is part of the Roughhouse Raiders series this one is by Katya Harris. I do not think you have to read this series in order. I know this is the first one I have ever read of it. I enjoyed the story a lot and want more.
This is a pretty fast story as far as the pacing of it. I do wish it were a bit slower, maybe more developed but over all really good book, did make me want more from the series itself.
Rand when we meet him is half dead on the side of the road. He has no idea who attacked him or why. He does have suspicions of who it could have been. His own pack. But he is in too bad of shape to do anything about it at the moment.
Shadow is the leader of a misfit band of shifters who are part of a MC biker gang. We have a little of everything in this gang. But it works for them. They have a hard time trusting Rand. Shadow though knows Rand is his mate and he will do whatever it takes to protect what is his.
I love werewolf stories and as far as that goes I got what I loved out of this book. I would like to see more of the series and perhaps a little more world development. But other than that this is a great fast paced love story I was happy to have read. 

                              Four Twinkling Stars
 

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