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Gabriel's Soul (The Werewolves of Willow Lake, #4)

by Marcy Jacks

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In this fourth book of the series, the final of the four ancient werewolf brothers finds his mate and we find out more about his story. One thing that makes Bishen very scary is his almost constant anger and his explosive temper. Neither of which bode well for things working out smoothly with his mate Gabriel, a wolf who was abused by the alphas in his old pack and now has a deathly fear of all alphas. Add to that the enormous guilt they each feel (if for different reasons), and this is a match made in hell. Problem is, they do not have the choice to walk away from each other. They are mated, so they need to focus on figuring out how to live with each other.

The last thing Gabriel wants is a mate. And he wants an alpha as a mate even less than that. Yet he finds himself mated to Bishen, who is one of the scariest alphas around with his blue glow and strange powers, not to mention his ever-flaring temper and need to go get revenge for everything. Gabriel has suffered more abuse (physical and emotional) than he wants to admit, and when he united the other omegas in his old pack and came up with a plan to escape, most of them got away but a few died. Gabriel's guilt over that isn’t going away anytime soon, and he figures for that alone, he deserves to not be happy for the rest of his life.

Bishen feels extremely attracted to his mate, and wouldn't hurt him. Problem is, the fact of who he is alone will hurt Gabriel. They gradually get used to each other's presence, and when Bishen flips out again, Gabriel is told he may be the only one who can help keep Bishen calm. They decide to go ahead with the mating, and Bishen figures that Gabriel may be his keeper, the one to keep him grounded, just like Aland is Alistair's keeper. The minute they begin to et closer, fate intervenes and Gabriel is kidnapped. Talk about the worst luck!

If you like stories about men who have a lot to overcome before they can live happily ever after, if you enjoy a more powerful mate taking care of the smaller one, and if you're looking for more revelations about the mysteriously glowing werewolves of Willow Lake, then you will probably like this novella.


NOTE: This book was provided by Siren Publishing for the purpose of a review on Rainbow Book Reviews. ( )
  SerenaYates | Oct 19, 2017 |
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