Wednesday Words – Review of Fated Magic

fated magic, wolf pack, series, magic, menage, erotic romance, love, danger, avery gale, I love reading paranormal stories. I’m not picky, give me werewolves, vampires, fairies, witches, it’s all good.  I’m always looking for new series to “sink my teeth into” – pun intended – and when I came across the Wolf Pack Series by Avery Gale I was thrilled.  The first book in the series is  Mated and the second is Fated Magic.  Today, I’m reviewing Fated Magic.

Here is the blurb from the book:

In book two of the Wolf Pack: Kit Wolf’s magic skills are both a blessing and a curse, and it doesn’t seem her life is going to be any more ordered anytime soon.  Between a wild and wacky Granny whose wardrobe would embarrass a Shriner, to a mother with an aversion to having her picture taken that borders on a DSMIV diagnosis, and a demon trying to recruit her, Kit barely has enough focus to care for herself, let alone worry about two newborns.  Then with all of the chaos swirling around her, what is she most befuddled by?  Her sexual Dominant husbands’ newfound penchant for vanilla sex.  The pack Alphas, Jameson and Trevlon Wolf are treating their mate like a piece of fragile crystal and Kit can’t seem to focus on anything but finding the freedom their Dominance once brought her.

For Jameson and Trevlon Wolf, life has never been more complicated or perfect.  Finding their mate was only the beginning because babies, wild in-laws, an endangered teen, and revelations about their best friend and mentor have the two pack Alphas scrambling just to keep their chins above water.  But magic has a way of pushing itself to the front, particularly when you are looking the other way.

When a young wizard needs their protection, he quickly becomes a thread of gold weaving his way into their hearts and lives, but keeping him safe isn’t going to be easy.  His connections to the Wolf Pack and their circle of friends seems to be a never ending outward ripple, but the dark forces haven’t hesitated to kill anyone protecting Braden, so sheltering him is an enormous risk.  However, regaining lost ground with their lovely submissive is what holds the keys to Jameson and Trevlon’s hearts and the future of the pack.

*****

I would highly recommend reading these books in order but you can certainly read Fated Magic and follow the story.  In Mated we meet Kit, Jameson and Trevlon.  The guys have to convince Kit that she is theirs while protecting her from a horrible evil.  If that’s not enough to make you want to dig in to this series, I don’t know what is.

Fated Magic picks up where Mated leaves off and I was pulled in from the very first page.  Jameson and Trevlon are just plain yummy, and oh yeah – very stubborn. But then again what else can you expect from Alpha werewolves?  Kit doesn’t like the fact that they are treating her like glass and wants the fire back in their relationship.  Well before the book is over she gets a lot more than she bargained for.

I really enjoyed the complexity of the story. Ms. Gale’s characters are quirky, loveable and exasperating, and I can’t wait to read more about each of them.  Of course at the end she leaves us wanting more, but what good author wouldn’t?   I read Fated Magic in one sitting. I couldn’t put it down and now I’m impatiently waiting for the next book.  Do you hear that Avery?  I would definitely give this book a 5, and I highly recommend this series.  Once you’ve read it, let me know what you think! ♥ ♥ ♥

Links to buy the books:

Matedhttp://www.shop.jkpublishingbooks.com/Mated-Kindle-9781301326693-2.htm

Fated Magic: http://www.shop.jkpublishingbooks.com/Fated-Magic-KINDLE-9781310951732-2.htm

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