Vann grew up under the rule of an alpha at Crossways Compound, who controlled every aspect of his pack members’ lives. Used to obeying without question, Vann suddenly finds himself in a position where he can make his own decisions outside his sexual relationship. In the past, his trysts with his subby lover, Kip, have been in secret, snatched moments away from security cameras or listening devices. Now they’ve been welcomed at Highgate, a safe haven, life should work out beautifully.
But there’s something Vann has to do first. He has to return to his childhood compound to right the wrongs that were done there. Along with Kip and members of the Highgate security team, Vann has to play the biggest role of his life so far in order to bring down the alpha at Crossways and rescue some cross-bred cubs. It isn’t going to be easy, going against someone he’s been conditioned to obey, but for the sake of his pack and the safety of the cubs, he’ll do whatever it takes.
Kip is determined to be with Vann every step of the way. Usually, Kip is submissive in all aspects of their life, preferring to bow his head and only speak when he’s given permission. But their return to Crossways changes all that. The danger there is too great for Kip to wait for Vann’s instructions on everything he does. Kip knows that to keep Vann safe, he must become more dominant—or die trying.
Reader Advisory: This book contains scenes of exhibitionism and voyeurism.
Publisher's Note: This book is best read in sequence as part of a series.
Vann’s Victory by Sydney Presley continued the saga of the Highgate Shifters, picking up where Jace’s Justice left off. I enjoyed the first installment and I equally liked this one.
Vann and Kip, dominant and submissive are on a mission to help oppressed wolves at the Crossways Compound, their former residence. Free and finally able to express their true love, Vann and Kip have looked forward to the day of sexual freedom sans reprisals.
Ms. Presley delivered openness in Vann and Kip’s personalities, which gave me more incite to their tragic pasts and the lives they wish to lead. As a continuation of Jace’s Justice, I would recommend reading the series in order~ to understand the turmoil and relationship of the characters.
As Ms. Presley writes each book, bits are divulged and a greater appreciation of the Highgate pack dynamics. Ms. Presley, too, revisited previous characters paramount to the evolution to the story and also did a wonderful job of revealing more information starting the trek ‘full circle’. The book also contains some mild elements of BDSM between Vann and Kip.
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A three and a half handcuff review