- Book Title: Junkyard Dog
- Author: Pelaam
- Publisher: Evernight Publishing (July 21, 2015)
- Book Length: 54 pages
- Genre: Romance, Paranormal, Shifter
- Reviewed by: Scott
- Rating: 3.5 Star
- Posting Date: September 15, 2015
A good short novella. The author gave us good characterizations and a fast paced entertaining story. In the book description, Lyall is identified as a bad boy and he certainly comes across as such, of course I’ll add sexy to the mix, hard lines and tattoos, hot. Being the bad boy that he is doesn’t include a mate much less a feline, until he meets Niko.
Lyall is the Alpha of his wolf pack, a pack of omegas that no one else would take in or others had discarded. When Niko’s world is turned upside down by the disappearance of Lyall he gathers up the Omega’s and goes in for the rescue.
The author packed quite a punch in the advertised 54 pages. Like I said earlier the characterizations were good, it brought to life the characters. We were able to get into the mindset of the characters a little which helped to round out the characters. There was enough action and romance to add angst and a touch of reality to the story.
As good as the author was with all of the aforementioned, there was just too little of everything. I can’t tell an author how to write but I really would like another chapter in this story, it left me feeling like there was more of the story to tell.
Lyall knows he’s the epitome of the bad boy that every good girl, or boy, is warned against. He needs the aggressive appearance, and lives up to it. You don’t mess with him, or his pack family.
When his wallet is stolen, it starts a chain of events that turns his solitary life upside down.
How can he consider a feline mate? How can he consider a mate at all? Yet Niko is everything Lyall could want.
When their life is torn apart by another alpha shifter, they will both fight tooth and claw to be reunited.
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