12 October 2014

Secret Energy by Chris T. Kat

 When wolf shifter Robin agreed to cover for his older brother Tim and Tim’s lover Jay, he never imagined feeling so stifled. Tim's overprotective attitude suffocates him. Pressure from within—the urge to find his own mate—mounts daily. With a little help from Jay, Robin finally convinces Tim to let him go for a run alone, but he has no inkling that his life will change forever as a result.

Unexpectedly, he finds his mate Peter Brannigan, an old and special soul, and the one shifter who can bring balance to Robin’s life. The new couple spend days together, developing their bond as mates. Yet even as they explore and cement their relationship, crisis looms just ahead when an old enemy of the pack shows up and kills someone Robin loves.

I love these characters! Robin and his mate Peter are the main focus of this book but Tim and Jay are still prevalent characters in this novel.  It was nice to see Tim and Jay’s relationship mature through this book as they are forced to deal with extreme stress and a tragedy. 

I really loved the interaction between Robin and Peter but I would love to have gotten some more information specific to were-bears and the other magical abilities and species mentioned.  Robin was a little too immature at the beginning of the book so it was nice to see him grow as the book progressed but I would really like to see these characters in a few years to see how they matured and adapted to each other.

I am hoping that although the main plotline reached a climax and solution there will still be more books in this series.  The author introduces several new species of shifters at the end of the book and I hope that there will be more books dedicated to the these new species inside of Tim and Robin’s pack so we can still get to see these fun and loveable characters.  Overall a very well written book that is filled with action and emotion well deserving of 5 stars.


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