After a disastrous R&R where none of the Dogs got any rest or relaxation, they have returned to Camp Smokey, but they are not the same Delta Unit.
Brian’s resurrection by Duke and Alec is only one of the new complications the Mad Dogs face when their sniper cannot control his feeding frenzies, even with Duke’s help.
With Doc still comatose and H suffering mate-loss grief and Markus and Duke having their hands full with Brian, Oh and El try to hold the pack together.
However, as the pack recovers, a new threat comes from a faction they never would have expected; their own Council.
This book contains M/M sexual situations and is intended for readers of legal age in the country in which they reside. Please store your adult literature responsibly.
Once again Cothern completely blows me away with this series! With each book that I read, I think that it can’t be topped. And then I’m proven wrong.
I would say that this book shouldn’t be read as a standalone, for the simple fact that you would miss out on so much background information on the Mad Dogs. Granted, Cothern does give enough information that you would be able to pass by without having read them, but I wouldn’t suggest it.
Cothern has a skill in writing the characters so well that you can’t NOT be connected with them. When B cried, I cried. When H was suffering, I was in near tears. When they were happy and laughing, I couldn’t help but laugh.
This book answered many questions that I was left with at the end of the last one, but it does also open up a bunch of new questions as well. Which I know that Cothern will be addressing in the next book in the series.
There’s so much action and drama happening throughout the book that if you look away for even a moment, you will miss something drastic.
Overall, I’m blown away once again and I can’t wait to get the next book in the series.