Title: Jace’s Justice (Highgate Shifters: Book One)
Author: Sydney Presley
Publisher: Totally Bound
Pages/Word Count: 100 Pages
At a Glance: Leaves a lot of unanswered questions
Blurb: Finding yourself isn’t always easy—unless your true mate helps you along the way…
Jace has always felt as though he doesn’t belong, that he’s surplus to requirements, alone and destined to stay that way for the rest of his life. His love for Louie, his true mate, is solid and real, but Louie has never shown Jace that they’re mates, has never given any indication that he wants them to be together. Jace is convinced that fate has got things wrong in pairing them—until a stranger arrives on pack land, throwing everything into chaos.
Louie has lived his whole life keeping his distance from Jace—and his emotions. He loves the man with a passion, but knowing Jace might be taken away from him at any moment means Louie has kept his mouth shut. Jace was found on the side of the road as a cub by their alpha, Sergeant, and Louie has always known that one day Jace’s true family will come back to claim him. To save Jace having to make a painful decision—leave Louie or join his family—Louie has remained in the shadows.
But life has a way of changing things, and with the stranger comes knowledge of some terrible things happening on another wolf compound. Things that the Highgate pack feel compelled to fix. The question is, will Jace and Louie mating also change things, or will they remain the same as they’ve always been, forever circling around their love and never admitting it through fear of being hurt?
Review: Sexy shifters – check
Denying ourselves our mate – check
Hot sweaty man love – check check!
I love a good paranormal m/m story, and I thought this one was pretty good! And I think our MCs, Jace and Louie, make a great couple. I also liked that the big, slightly gruff alpha rescued Jace as a pup from the side of the road. There’s something so awesome about a big grumbly with a little bubba.
What I would have liked, and trust me I don’t say it very often, is more story and less sex. I know the book was about Jace and Louie becoming mates, but I have so many unanswered questions and am very glad Jace’s Justice is Book One of a series, because I’m eagerly awaiting the next book!
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