Sunday, April 15, 2018

Pup Games by Emmi Lawrence

Series: A Hound Master Novel
Author: Emmi Lawrence
Publisher: Eams Publishing
Genre: MM Paranormal
Pages: 237
Reviewer: Redz

Publisher’s Blurb
There’s a time for games… 

No crush compares to reality. That’s what La’vii learns when the pregnancy of one of his dogs puts him in close proximity to his unrequited puphood crush. Only, instead of being worse than La’vii’s dreams, reality is far more intriguing than he’d ever imagined.

Co’mil is strong and sure, a steady presence that is everything La’vii’s ever desired. And at this moment, with a litter born and wreaking havoc in his pack’s collective mind, he can use all the support he can get. But Co’mil’s friendly, though reserved, behavior is confusing, his interest evident, but his rejection firm, leaving La’vii conflicted and desperately wanting more.

As his puphood crush dissolves, La’vii finds himself caught between the painful choice of either pushing for more or accepting the inevitable. And by the time he discovers what Co’mil truly needs, La’vii isn’t sure he’s the houndmaster for the job or whether the reward is even worth the challenge.

A novel set in the same world as The Wilds Duology.

Pup Games by author Emmi Lawrence is a Hound Master series novel.  It is set in the same world as The Wilds Duology.  I will admit this is the first time I have read this author. I have not read anything at all previously from her and I was not lost.
I think you could start with this book and be just fine.
Co’mil is a hound master. Lives in a pack.
La’vii likes Co’mil but Co’mil doesn’t seem to return those feelings.
Co’mil really does but he doesn’t want to open his heart to hurt and pain.
La’vii is brave though he pushes but will it get him the man he desires?
I loved the chemistry in this book, the characters have great connection. There is also a very unique storyline going on the made me want more. I would read more from this world in the future. It is a unique perspective and I really enjoyed it.

                                     Five Shooting Stars 

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