Review: Betraying the Pack by Eve Langlais

Betraying the Pack
(Pack, #2)
By: Eve Langlais
Publisher: Amira Press
Published: Sept. 16, 2011
Genre: Erotica

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Pack law states she can have up to four mates, if she can find the courage to choose them.

Escaping a kidnapping duo, Bailey runs into a naked man in the middle of the woods. And he’s not alone.

Rescued by a quad of hunks, then kept against her will, she doesn’t know what to think or do—other than scream that is—when she discovers they are werewolves. Even more frightening, they want her as their mate despite her human status.

But there’s more to Bailey than meets the eye, and she comes to the attention of an evil force that wants to use her. Can Bailey keep herself from his clutches, or will he somehow force her to betray the pack?

And just how does a girl raised with human morals come around to accepting pack law which states females can choose up to four mates, and more shocking, take them to her bed, all at once?

Bailey is pretty much alone in this world. She’s no friends, lost her parents last year and has no other relatives to speak of. So when she’s kidnapped, she’s certain she’s going to die because there will be no one to look for her. Except what she doesn’t know is that the hunky guy she met at the bar the night of her abduction is a werewolf who’s found his mate in her and is out there searching for her with three of his pack mates.

Bailey has no idea what she’s in for when she’s rescued by Gavin. She doesn’t know that there really are things that go bump in the night. Not to mention that when Gavin bites her and everything is revealed she is reeling on the fact that the bite was a mating/marriage ritual. Not not only is she stuck with a werewolf for a husband but his friends are making moves on her too.

I liked the guys in this installment but for some reason both in this one and the last, I just don’t seem to connect with the comic relief guys. They’re cocky and always making innuendo jokes and they just never work for me. However, it does seem like they are always the ones that step it up the most when protecting the female. So I will give them that.

This story had suspense with all of the rogue wolves attacking and lots of steamy scenes. The story flows from one section to the next and even incorporates the characters from the last book. However, even though I advise you to read these books in succession, you don’t need to. There isn’t anything overly important that isn’t explained for you in the book itself. This is a great book for any paranormal erotica readers.

“I will make this up to you, from this day forth, for the rest of our lives. Believe me when I say, one day you’ll understand what I’m doing and thank me for it.” -Gavin

Previous reviews from the Pack series
Defying Pack Law


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