Title: A Pack of His Own: Hunter’s Claim
Series: A Pack of his Own, #1
Author: Emily Carrington
Genre: Fantasy/ Shapeshifters
Length: Novel (264 pages)
Publisher: Loose Id (August 26th, 2014)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥4Hearts
Blurb: Luis Delgado, psychic vampire, is in lust with a half werewolf who thinks Luis is a monster. Luis can deal with lust. That’s one of the fun parts of being a psychic vampire. What he can’t handle is falling in love with the half wolf who wants nothing to do with him.
Almost nothing. Charlie craves Luis’s touch. He cajoles and teases Luis into intimate situations because he can’t resist the sex. Three things stop him from a deeper relationship: Luis eats emotions, draining defenseless humans; Charlie has become unexpected Alpha of an Eros pack, whom he must protect at all costs; and the TruWolves terrorist group wants to destroy everyone who supports peace between the straight and LGBT wolves.
Charlie’s desperate to guard Luis, his pack, and what seems like half the free world. How can there be time for honest and eternal love?
Product Link: http://www.loose-id.com/a-pack-of-his-own-hunter-s-claim.html
Review: Charles McLaughlin is a handsome half human, half werewolf, psychic professor who is also blind. He is asked to help protect his father’s straight werewolf pack at the peace talks. He learns that Luis Delgado, his former one nightstand will be attending as well.
Luis Delgaldo is a hot vampire psychic, that eats emotions instead of blood to survive, is part of a group called Searchlight. His job is to help protect the LGBT werewolves at the peace talks. He shocked to learn that Charles would be at the peace talks.
Charles and Luis have to figure out who is intent on disrupting the peace summit and causing harm to the werewolves, they deem polluted. Loved the details surrounding Luis and Charles psychic abilities. The description of the church and things that dwell in the walls were spooky. The sex sex between Luis and Charles was intense and hot. Fascinating book with mystery, danger, and action all throughout. All in all, it was a great read.
I would suggest reading the first series Dragon in Training before reading this one, as there were two events, that I found out are in the first series, mentioned throughout the first one hundred pages that confused me, as this is the first book I’ve read by this author.