Thursday, May 12, 2016

Pack Justice by R.J. Blain

Title:  Pack Justice
Series:  Witch & Wolf
Author:  R.J. Blain
Publication Date:   April 4/16 by Pen & Page Publishing
Length:  253pgs
Genre:  paranormal
Shelf:  review
My Rating: ★★★★★
Book Links: GoodreadsAmazon(US)Amazon(CA)

Back Cover Blurb:

Sean’s guardian angel is a feline, but his spirit cheetah prefers rival attorney, Andrea Morgan, over him. Trapped in a failing, dangerous marriage and stalked by an accomplice of one of the most dangerous criminals he’s ever prosecuted, Sean’s troubles are just beginning.

A vacation should have offered him a chance to save his relationship with his wife, Idette. Instead, Sean learns he isn’t the only one with a secret, and his discovery of his wife’s true nature should have killed him.

To ensure Sean’s survival, his cheetah strikes a bargain with a wolf. Faced with life-long enslavement to his wife, becoming an instrument of pack justice seems like the far better alternative.

Unfortunately, pack justice is as brutal as it is swift, and should Sean fail to put an end to Idette’s machinations, everything he values will be targeted and destroyed, including his chance to be with the one woman who might be able to help him salvage the ruins of his life.

My Review:

Once again Blain takes her paranormal/fantasy world by storm with this intriguing and complexly plotted tale that held me from cover to cover. Vivid descriptions are shaded with hints of darkness that gave the entire tale a bit of an eerie feeling for me.

I thoroughly enjoy Blain’s quirky characters. They make the tale so much more fun, contrasting to the dark undertones of the plot. The variety of personalities combined with the in-depth character development made the cast a joy to get to know.

This story was thoroughly enjoyable from cover to cover. It fits well into the series or could easily be read as a standalone for those looking for a new-to-them author.

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