- Audible Audiobook
- Listening Length: 5 hours and 40 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: ListenUp Audiobooks
- Audible.com Release Date: July 27, 2016
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01J5U7O6S
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Jace: River Pack Wolves, Book 2 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
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Jace and Piper are so good together. I really liked reading about these two. From that first slightly awkward scene at the start were they meet that showed their personalities till the satisfying scene at the end. These two were a lot of fun to read about and they were really good together. While the romance develops fast that didn't bother me as I certainly felt their romance and I liked them together. There's no unnecessarily drama and I liked seeing them open up to each other share their secrets and help each other deal with things.
Jace has a wolf that's out of control and goes wild when he shifts, so he doesn't. He can't submit to his alpha and he can't take a mate and sleeps with a lock on his bedroom. He's a good guy who cares about his family and when Piper shows up he wants to help and believes her intuition that something is wrong. Like Piper says he's a good guy through and through.
Piper is used to being alone and trusting only herself. She could run off a bit hot headed, but her heart was on the right spot and while it might seem reckless, she did think things through and knew what she was doing most of the time. She cares deeply for her brother Noah and when he goes missing, she has to find him no matter what it takes. Which is how she lands at the River pack safe house and meets Jace. Piper has had a bad childhood and it was heartbreaking to read what she has gone through. She has build a wall around her, not allowing anyone to get close. And it was amazing to see Jace slowly break down that wall and see her open up to him and then help him as well. These two got the best out of each other and I liked seeing them figure it all out and work together.
We get a bit more of a grip on the world here and it was interesting to see the suspense plot line continue about someone's who's capturing shifters. We learn a few new pieces here, but I am sure we haven't seen the last of them yet. There are some interesting revelations towards the end. Although I had hoped we would learn why Jace his wolf was so big as that never got explained. But maybe that's a piece that get revealed later.
To summarize: I really enjoyed reading this book! I really liked this couple and seeing them help and heal each other and deal with their respective secrets. They were both great characters with depth and personality and I I loved them together. Alisa Woods really knows how to write a great paranormal romance, this book has a solid story, great characters, shifting, romance and even a bit of a suspense storyline thrown in. The suspense storyline was set-up in the first book and I think it will continue in the next one as well. We get to see the couple from the first book again as well, which was fun. All in all I can't wait to read book 3 and see how it wraps this series up!
>I am an independent reviewer. This book is the second in the River Pack Wolves series and ends in an HEA. Jace is an army vet shifter who is afraid of his bear. He was told that his bear killed his army mates. Jace has no memory of the incident except through nightmares. Piper is an undercover government operative shifter looking for her missing brother. This plot of a governmental group stealing and experimenting on shifters is continued in this story. Jaxson and Olivia for book 1 make a few appearances in this story.
>Jace and Piper fight their attraction while hunting for Piper’s brother. There is an uncomfortable scene with Piper, in human form, going down on Jace in bear form. The transformation of Jace from a man who is afraid of his bear to one who accepts the bear and his shifting lifestyle is awesome to see. Piper is a little harder to warm up to, until you meet her horrid father and realize Piper acts as she does to survive.
> This story is appropriate for an adult audience. I am giving the story 4 stars. Beastiality wasn’t necessary.
I first met Jace in book one, Jaxson, and become interested in him, as I was with all the brothers. I wanted to see how he would get his happily ever after due to his unruly/scary/huge wolf. He has vowed to never mate because he doesn’t want to ever put someone in danger from his wolf. Piper wasn’t featured in the first book, but I immediately liked her character. She’s a counter-intelligent agent posted abroad for the U.S. army. She’s also the black sheep of the Wilding family, is beautiful, and vows she will never mate. After meeting Jace, those best laid plans really come into question for her. And for him as well.
Shifters are going missing. The River Pack has been on the case since it was first noticed in Jaxson’s book. Now Piper’s brother, Noah, is missing. Her other brother, Daniel is staying at the River Pack estate so she hunts him down there. The reader sees early on in the story the disdain her family has for her. Noah is her closest family member and she doesn’t want to lose him no matter how horrible members of her family treat her. Her biggest enemy is her father, a general with not a smidgen of love inside him, for her.
What follows is on the edge of your seat suspense at times. Piper joins the pack in the hunt for the missing shifters and a romance begins to happen with Jace as well. Jaxson, and his mate Olivia are back as a newly mated pair and are involved as well. Although the mystery part of the book is important, the crux of this story is the romance between Jace and Piper. I enjoyed the romance and sensual scenes with one notable exception. Towards the end of the read one of the sex scenes became so out there for me, that it pretty much ruined the whole scene for me. Luckily, it happens so late in the book or I might have not finished it. And that is all I am saying about that, other than to say it was pretty different, and not in a good way.
I read, instead of listened and completely enjoyed the narration by J.F. Harding and Laura Hopelcong. I thought the different voices were done well and liked having both a male and female narrator to better authenticate the voices. I would definitely be interested in listening to the next installment by them, as well-if they are involved with that one.
All in all, I would recommend this to adult paranormal romance readers. These do go in order so I suggest you start with Jaxson, so you won’t be lost. Next up is Jared, about another broken brother in the River Park Pack.
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