- File Size: 2408 KB
- Print Length: 119 pages
- Publisher: Pride Publishing (February 14, 2017)
- Publication Date: February 14, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01N0XG4GP
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,280,239 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Coming Back Home (Harrington Hills Book 3) Kindle Edition
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Second chance is one of my favorite tropes to read and write, and the author left enough breadcrumbs in previous books that I was anticipating Jack and Connor’s story.
Through glimpses and conversation, we know that Connor’s young life wasn’t easy and he was determined to get away as soon as he’s able. Meeting Jack might have been a bright spot in an otherwise dismal life, but their relationship doesn’t change his home life or the desperation to get free of it. In his mind, the desire to run and Jack can never go together, after all, Jack is the son of the Alpha and his place is in Harrington Hills. Jack is understandably devastated. He believes Connor was his mate and loved him enough that if Connor had asked, he would have left with him.
For shifters, the desire for pack is stronger than just about everything else and the reason Connor returns. As a single parent, he knows being a loner isn’t the best thing for his daughter. He wants her raised in Harrington Hills, he wants her accepted and supported by the pack, and as noble as those reasons are, they made no sense.
Through his thoughts, we learn that he had very little to do with the pack before because of his father. On top of that, his past abuse doesn’t come as a surprise to anyone, yet no one stepped in when he was young and vulnerable. Not the police, not the alpha, no one in Harrington Hills. This provided absolutely no basis for Connor’s belief that the pack would help him or Rosa, or that they were even the best shifters to do so—other than as a convenient way to bring him and Jack together.
When it comes to Connor and Jack, much of the angst could’ve been avoided through communication, but they were young and only one of them had a real support system. I was happy to see them figure it out, for each other and for Rosa. Unfortunately, I lost a lot of respect for the Alpha and pack that I was coming to believe in. In the end, their neglect of a child in need was complicit in the abuse that sent Connor running in the first place.