Thursday, 6 July 2017

Shattered Pack (Alpha Girl #6) by Aileen Erin (Review)

      The sixth installment of the Alpha girl series, Shattered Pack takes on the perspective of Meredith Molloney after the effects of the major battle against the evil witch and her demons. Having been cured of her curse and having found her true mate, Meredith has a lot to celebrate. Things should be perfect... but they are not. She still has a lot on her plate as she takes on a hostile and violent pack, lead by her true mate. Some think they are better then her, some want her gone and others just want her dead. It's rocky terrain to be on with the people who are supposed to become her new family when she unites with her mate. As she tackles the social aspect of the pack, a real monster starts tearing people apart and Meredith has to stop it before it kills everybody in the pack, including her mate.
         I enjoyed this. It was very refreshing to read a story in the Alpha Girl series about something other then the huge overarching plot that had been going on for five books. If I'm honest it was getting a little old, so its fun to revamp the series with a new character and a new set of villains. Meredith was a strong, humorous and sassy character that takes no crap and fights viciously. She was well developed in this novel, with a foundation in the rest of the series. You could read this novel as a stand alone plot wise, but for some of the character development and back story, you would need to read the previous novels in the series. All in all, it was quite entertaining to read, so I five Shattered Pack the rating of FOUR OUT OF FIVE STARS!!!
*Advanced Readers Copy Review*

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