The Chase (Wolves Among Us #1) by A. M. Reed

cover☆☆☆

Published
April 1, 2013
Pages
26
Author’s Page
http://amreedbooks.blogspot.com/

I have so many reviews that I had revert to draft for fixing or updating that when I get to some, I am amazed at how little I write about them. Then there are those that are so short it is a wonder I think of anything to say, just like this one.

The Chase is a very short story and my original opinion still holds, that it is more of a taste of a story, but that it does have the potential to be awesome because I do like Tess even if she is a little on the whiney side, but that could be her fear of her dick headed dad causing it. I do think that Christopher should have told her his plan and why because Tess really should have been given a choice and she might have felt better about things if he had talked it through with her.

I am still in hope that the author might come back to this little taste of a story and expand on it someday because it really could be something awesome with just a little more time and effort. I am changing the rating because I truly feel that the author can do better.

Original Review
Posted March, 25, 2014
☆☆☆☆
This book just seems like a taste of a story, I hope the author decides to add to this particular story.

Book’s Blurb
Tess is from an extremely traditional pack. Returning to her pack after four years away at college, as an unmated female, she must participate in an old pack ritual: the Chase.

Unmated wolves from her pack pursue her and the one who catches her gets the ultimate prize: her as a mate.

However, Tess knows how males treat their mates and wants no part of it, determined to evade capture during the chase… but can she outrun and outsmart such strong males? Or will she be forced into mating with a male as bad, or perhaps worse, than her abusive father?

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