Rivvie does his best as beta, but he’s lonely and secretly nursing a broken heart. He fell for Matthew instantly, to no avail. Matt was too busy screwing every female in sight. He didn’t give one whit about Rivvie. Well, he told Rivvie he wasn’t interested. Rivvie just didn’t think he meant it.
Matt’s whole life has changed. He was the good son, the village hero, and the village stud. Now he’s just a man in a pack full of exceptional men. He’s a human—smaller, weaker and slower than the shifter males he lives with. External chaos has nothing on the internal crap he deals with every day.
When Rivvie and Matt are paired together for a task, sparks fly. It’s just possible that there’s more to sex—and more to Rivvie—than Matt ever suspected.
While Rivvie is dancing around an attraction to a certain human male, his brother, Valen is trying to lead his pack and take care of his own mate, Aaron. Just when he thinks he’s got everything under control, that very control is yanked from him by a powerful series of natural disasters, and soon Valen’s leading his pack on an exodus he’d never expected.
Reader Advisory: This book contains scenes of BDSM, spanking, CBT and biting.
Life has not been easy for Valen and his makeshift pack consisting of wolf shifters and human as told in Bailey Bradford’s Exodus. Book 2 of Valen’s Pack further told the story of humanity and shifter fighting for survival—now with a new threat—a deadly disease which affects humans.
Rivvie, pack beta and always the joker, has taken to Matthew, brother of the alpha mate. Unfortunately for the two men, they can’t seem to keep their smart wits about them and Matthew is in denial he is gay. And that seems to be the least of their problems once the deadly disease comes to the forefront of the pack.
Rivvie and Matthew’s personality’s suite each other and together they are stronger than apart. Both men are honest in their wants and take what is given to them sans any apologies.
Bailey Bradford’s prehistoric-futuristic world is one of transparency where life is never taken for granted and the world is for the taking. The vivid language, the descriptive scenery, the bluntness of Ms. Bradford’s writing has captivated this reader and catapulted me into an existence of post-apocalyptic-ness survival.
Run With the Moon set the stage for the series and Exodus has further cemented Ms. Bradford’s ability to create a new world and given me a desire and need to forge ahead in this series. I am spellbound as to how Ms. Bradford will bring the survival of the fittest to the vanguard of civilization and the propagation of man and beast.
Book provided by author/publisher in exchange for an honest review
A five handcuff review