Liam : Atherton Pack

  • by Toni Griffin
  • Narrated by Nick Flint
  • Series: Atherton Pack
  • 2 hrs and 17 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

After a long night at work, all pastry chef Declan Morgan wants to do is have a run before he heads home to bed. His peaceful lope through the forest turns into a nightmare when he witnesses his Alpha kill a pack member in cold blood. Now Declan is on the run from the very people who should be protecting him.
Liam Anderson has never minded all the travel that comes with his position as a Beta to the Pennaeth Alpha. He's used the time to search far and wide for his mate. He never expected to find the man naked and scared on his back porch.
Liam's overjoyed at finally finding the one man fated for him. Now if only he can get Declan to open up and trust him with the secrets he carries.
Please note: This is a reedited second edition.


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I'm so torn...

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4.5 stars for narration / 2 stars for story

The one thing I really liked about this was the narration by Nick Flint. I will absolutely be checking out more of his work.

As for the story, I'm easily annoyed by Griffin's continued emasculation of the bottom in the relationship.

Seriously, can't both wolves be strong and masculine? No, the guy who bottoms (and consequently will eventually become pregnant if they have sex on a new moon) is always the weaker one and called by the sobriquets of "honey", "sweetheart" and "baby" (which isn't necessarily a bad thing), and, worst of all, is usually depicted as having the kind of traits usually found to be ascribed to clichéd feminine characters (which is...for me).

*sighs* Maybe I should quit trying to read Griffin's stories...but I really love shifter stories, especially with mpreg, and there *is* something about Griffin's writing that keeps drawing me back in, hopeful that this time it will be different...

Look, if you liked her other series, you'll probably like this one. Mainly because it is following the same guideline as her Holland Brothers series.

First book, "feminine" mate is claimed, second book: alpha will claim his broken mate who also happens to be the best friend (well, brother in this case as well) of the "feminine" wolf from book one.

If you're into audio books, you should definitely check out the audio for this one - Nick was great.

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- Belen

Loving the Australian flair

If you could sum up Liam in three words, what would they be?

Intense, Exciting, Adventurous

What did you like best about this story?

The way these two men were literally thrown into each other's paths after completely giving up on finding their mate

What about Nick Flint’s performance did you like?

Love the Australian accent. This is the first story I've listened to with a completely Australian voice. I really enjoyed the way he showed Declan's vulnerability and Liam's strength with the tones he gave them.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

I liked how Liam was very gentle at the start, fully aware of what his mate had been through and not pushing to complete the mating right away.

Any additional comments?

Great story, aside from a couple things that happened that were a bit predictable I really enjoyed it and went straight to book 2 the same day.

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- Tams (TTC Books and more)

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-20-2016
  • Publisher: Mischief Corner Books, LLC