- File Size: 1551 KB
- Print Length: 208 pages
- Publication Date: April 17, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06ZY6L5DV
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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Mission Primal (Men of the Pack Book 1) Kindle Edition
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And, not surprisingly, I ended up falling in love with young Adam and Ben. Their story was so enjoyable to read and follow that I sat down to read a bit and ended up finishing the book in one sitting!! This author created very lovable characters, both MC and supporting. They were all well written and fully fleshed out, making me hope very fervently, for all of them to get their own story!
Part of the book made me SO much more happy to be reading it but I cannot explain as it would spoil the story. Take a moment, buy the book and take a seat with a favorite drink and snack. You will need both if you are anything like me.....all in one sitting, remember?
I simply loved it!
I felt like the suspense, the parts that Ben and Adam didn’t know about why the Alpha wanted Ben to bring Adam back where really good. It's sometimes better to now explain and not be aware of things until it's concluded at the end. I also like the fact there weren’t a lot of explanation about the shifters, wolfs and bonding. It made it natural and helped the world be more believable then it would have been if the author had tried to make complex rules and reasons for things. I did feel like them being gay and together was portrayed well but the physical part happened too fast, or should I say, too easy. I would have liked them to be unsure how to go about it, stumbling a bit at first, as is normal for two guys who, up to this point identified as strait.
Also the part about Adam's father, this felt very flat and under developed. Like it was decided that he is extremely abusive and hates his son and that's it. There was no reason, or logic, to his behavior and to me it felt cliché in a way.
All in all I liked the book, there is no bug drama, and it's a fun sexy book.
The story begins with a mission given to Ben to retrieve a human, Adam Harris, and bring back to pack lands, preferably as soon as possible. There is one glitch Adam is Ben’s fated. Ben soon becomes engrossed in Adams world trying to navigate the difficulties of High School life while trying to gain Adams trust, in order to effectively complete the mission.
For a debut novel I found the characters to be relatable and I often found myself riding along the emotional rollercoaster that Adams life had become. The author had managed to weave the initial mission throughout the story seamlessly. I as the reader could feel the anxieties of Ben having to relay the incidences that he had encountered to his Alpha.
I really enjoyed Mission Primal, and thought that the author did a phenomenal job of portraying the characters and keeping the reader engrossed in the story. I look forward to reading any and all future works by this author.
I read this book in a couple of hours. It is the first book I have read of Parker Skye''s and I am amazed at how well written it is. I was completely lost in the story and am vaguely disappointed that it is over. Only the best stories do this to you.
I am so so happy that the second book in this series is already out. It just shot to the front of my to be read pile!