Thursday, January 04, 2024

Book Review: Primal Possession by Katie Reus


Book Description

He’s found his mate…

As his pack’s second-in-command, Liam Armstrong is used to giving orders and his packmates falling in line. Then he meets a feisty human who has no problem telling him no. And oh yeah, she’s also his mate.

But she’s human.

Bookshop owner December is no stranger to loss—her younger brother was murdered by a shifter years ago. After resettling in the quiet mountain town of Fontana she’s finally made a life for herself, including befriending local shifters. But now she’s been targeted by a human hate group, forcing her to turn to a bossy wolf who’s convinced they’re mates. She thinks the very thought is ridiculous, but if she wants to survive, she’ll have to find a way to trust him. Before it’s too late for both of them.

My Review

Liam has found his mate but December won't accept him because her younger brother was killed because she was involved with a shifter. Now her older brother who is a sheriff will not accept her having a shifter as a mate. So December has been keeping Liam at arms length even though she's wildly attracted to him. She doesn't want to lose her brother because of a relationship with Liam. 

It takes December a long time to explain to Liam why she feels she can't be with him and I think she should have been more up front with him about her feelings. 

While they are fighting their feelings for one another the APL ( Anti-Paranormal League) who are humans out to destroy Liam's pack and all the humans involved with any of them are causing a lot of problems and putting everyone in danger. 

The APL were really bad news and some of those people were worst than others which made the danger they were in that much worse. 

There was a secondary romance between Kat and Jayce as well that I really liked. I plan on getting the next book so I can read their story too. 

I give this book 4 out of 5 stars. 

Disclosure: I was given this book via NetGalley but all thoughts and opinions are my own.