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Erickson does it again. Chasing Destiny is an emotional, action-packed, gripping, and sexy AF story, where love prevails and wrong are avenged. She continues to build intrigue and depth into a world where humans are gone, and zombie shifter creatures threaten the remaining healthy shifters, all while exploring relationships between the characters we've grown to love.
Can't wait for the next installment.
Bay is brother to the Silver Tip Pack alpha, Dare, who had his story told in book 1. They are a pack of Weres, beings who have 3 forms: human, werewolf (on 4 legs), and Were (giant wolf-human hybrid on 2 legs). Bay had been through a lot in the first book, both emotionally, and physically, and he needed a break. His brother's True Mate, Reese, is a werewolf, who's birth pack was thought completely destroyed by Noweres (undead Weres, turned into zombies by some sort of virus). But, when word comes to them that there might be part of Reese's pack left, trying to rebuild, Bay volunteered to go on a scouting mission. He leaves with 2 others in his pack, to see if the rumors are true. He never expected what he'd find, especially not the man he'd loved as a teen, and thought he'd lost forever, twice.
Nash is a mess. He's been near death so long, that he's not sure why he's still alive, and what his purpose still is on Earth. He loved Bay once, when they were just kids, but for the last 15 years, he's been a prisoner, with everyone who loved him believing him dead. Now that he's "free" he still doesn't feel safe to return to his home pack, so he's been recuperating within the werewolf pack's compound. After meeting up with Dare, Reese, and the others in Book 1, and seeming to sacrifice his life to protect them all so they could make it home, everyone thought he was dead, again. So, Bay is SHOCKED, and thrilled to find him alive. But Nash isn't the same boy he used to be, nor is he the man he likely would have turned into, had the last 15 years of misery never happened. He's not sure that he's still the one for Bay, as he is now.
Bay and Nash had a chemistry, love, and care for each other from the beginning, that can only come from someone you've known your whole life. Oftentimes, the 15 years they've been separated seemed like nothing but a blip on the radar, but other times it felt like a wall between them, nearly insurmountable. Nash was still keeping secrets about his time away, and Bay could feel it getting between them. Bay was determined to belong to Nash like he'd always planned, now that they had found each other again, but Nash was less certain. He was worried that if the whole truth ever came out about him, that he would never be able to go home again, and he certainly wouldn't be able to be with Bay. I loved watching Bay knock down Nash's walls, and plow straight through to his heart. The sexy times were also crazy hot, raw, and uninhibited, just as you'd imagine creatures like Weres would be with each other. I couldn't get enough of them together.
I loved the interactions between Bay and his alpha brother, Dare, just as much as I did in the first book. I loved seeing the rest of the Silver Tip supporting crew from book 1 as well, and I'm hoping the next book will be back in their compound, so we can see more of them all. The constant threat of death from the Noweres, among other things, caused me to be in a constant state of vigilance while reading, and it made everything a little scarier. It was so exciting, and I love the feeling of being on edge, and not knowing what might happen. Some of the major side characters in this one were so entertaining, especially Bay's packmate Vaughn. He's cocky, and sexy, and volatile, and I hope we get to see his story soon!!
I truly cannot recommend this book highly enough. I loved everything about it, and I think I have an inkling who the main characters might be in the next book, and if I'm right, then I am beyond here for it! I can't wait to see where Megan takes us next in this wild, sexy, scary dystopian universe. Bring it on!
Bay has never forgotten his first love. They were childhood friends and sweethearts, who were ripped apart over a decade ago after a horrible attack on their pack resulted in Nash being kidnapped and everyone else believing he was dead. When circumstances bring them together again it's a fight to make his mate realize they are meant to fight any obstacle together, even if that obstacle is themselves.
I absolutely love the way Megan Erickson makes you fall in love with her characters and really care about them. She does it to me every time. When we first met Bay in book 1, he was the charming, funny and relaxed of the two brothers. After all of the chaos towards the end of book 1, Bay is feeling shaken and restless. Mourning his lost love for the second time. And I really felt for Nash. He has a lot of secrets and isn't the same person that Bay knew when they were kids. His past has left him physically and emotionally scarred. He doesn't feel as if he deserves someone like Bay anymore and tries to keep his distance. This book was much more angsty than the first one because of the dark secrets that Nash is keeping, and the trauma he endured.
I love a good friends to lovers, second chance love story and when these two decide to give in to their attraction, their chemistry is explosive. They have some down and dirty scenes together, but the main focus is on the plot and dangers around them. I do have to admit that the sex scenes did seem a little repetitive after a while tho.
I couldn't put this one down. There were no slow moments and it was full of twists and surprises. I loved this couple and getting both of their points of view in different parts of the story. You can feel their pain, need, and their strong bond, but they were also struggling with surviving their current situations, secrets, and emotional distance. There were a few events I did not see coming at all and some definite nail biting moments. I ended up enjoying the first book just a little more than this one, but I still really did enjoy this one a lot. I can't wait for the next one in the series!
Most recent customer reviews
I’m telling you, I’m completely sucked in to this dystopian world that Megan created for her hot shifters.Read more
Good things: Its much better written than its prequel.Read more
"I'll remember that for the rest of my life. What we just did. Because no one can take this from us again, you know?Read more
I wanted to like this book and in some ways, I did like it. I thought the story was good. I liked both Bay and Nash as the main characters.Read more
Once I started reading this one I really couldn't put it down.Read more