Series: Blackwood Pack 08
Author: Mary Rundle
Genre: Paranormal, Fantasy
Publisher: Mary Rundle (October 4, 2019)
Length: Novel (390 Pages)
Heat Level: Low
Heart Rating: 💖💖💖💖 4 Heart
Blurb: Hunter always expected to be the next Alpha of the Rolling Hills Pack until he had to walk away, leaving behind his dream, forced to build a new life for himself and his brothers. Arriving with them to visit his cousins at the Blackwood Pack, he never expects to find his mate there, but when he catches his scent, it’s impossible for him to concentrate on anything else, including a secret he has that will change his cousins’ lives.
From the moment Hunter meets Jackson, tempers flare between the two Alphas as their anger builds about secrets both are keeping. Their distrust of each other grows yet they must struggle to find common ground due to their mutual responsibilities toward Hunter’s mate.
Fionn, a rare white dragon, has fought hard for his independence, believing it will protect him from relatives who want to seize his hoard. As a recent member of the Blackwood Pack, he looks forward to sharing the future with his new family. That is, until he realizes he has a mate. Needing time to sort out his feelings, he flees to his hoard, hiding from Hunter who impatiently waits for him.
Together, Fionn and Hunter must put aside past hurts and disappointments as they try to forge a new world for themselves while facing a dangerous threat to Fionn…and to the rest of the Blackwood Pack.
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Review: Each book in the Blackwood Pack collection features a new romantic couple. To enjoy the overall story arc I would suggest reading them in sequential order.
Hunter’s mother trusted him with her visions right before she passed on. His aunt had shown up in bad shape a few years before but now she was dying. Her family, she believed had been killed. He was to take her to her son’s. He had not expected the shock of what was going to happen nor the shock of finding his mate.
Fionn is a very rare dragon, so rare only one is born at a time. He was a white dragon gifted from the gods. He was also only eighteen and had not been free from his father’s evilness for very long. Now he has found his mate. To top it off danger is coming their way.
This is one of those stories that need to be read back to back and in order. It gets pretty jumbled with all the characters and their story mixed in. I felt like I had been missing quite a bit when I first started reading the story. It is also a very long winded story that made it even more confusing then ever. It is a very entertaining and interesting story however and did manage to keep my attention. I can admit though I have no clue in what direction the story is headed. The characters were not a big hit with me but their shifter animals were. I just couldn’t figure out whether or not I liked them.
I will admit though I didn’t much care for the cover. It did not show any connection at all with the characters just a sex appeal. I didn’t really think about reading it due to the fact of the cover. However that is on me. I will also admit that it took a while for me to be in the story to even remember the previous ones.
Over all the story was interesting and the world was quite unique. I enjoyed the story and can’t wait to see where it goes.
One thought on “White Knight by Mary Rundle”
If I recall correctly, all the books in this series have a studly naked man on the cover (rear view, alas *s*) with, I think, his butt covered by the title. I agree they weren’t covers that would get me to click buy just because of that. (A couple of days ago, I bought a book without even reading the blurb because I knew it was MM, and there was an incredibly funny, snarky, kind of snarling baby on it. The book was good and lots of fun.) On the other hand, while I admit I have a great preference for a cover that is at least related to content, these naked guys are still a lot of fun to look at just before buying.
I’ve read the first 6 and enjoyed them, and have just started #7. This is #8 and it’s already bought. I’ll be interested to compare my reaction to yours (albeit privately).
Thanks for a helpful review.
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