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Thursday, November 10, 2016

Hellbeasts by Katya Harris

Published November 9th 2016 by Less Than Three Press


When restlessness drives Shadow out of his MC’s clubhouse and into the night, the last thing he expected was to find a half-dead werewolf. Shadow has never been known for his altruism, but he takes the wounded man back to his motorcycle club, the Hellbeasts.

Rand doesn’t know who attacked him, but suspects at least one person from his own pack is involved. But even that might not be as bad as waking up in the midst of a group of misfit weres who don't seem to like him. Especially Shadow, the man charged with taking care of Rand, as compelling to Rand as he is frightening.

But before he and Shadow can work out what exactly they are and want to be to each other, Rand's attackers show up to finish the job.





This book packs a lot of punch for being on the shorter side. 

The Hellbeasts are a band of misfit shifters who came together to form their own pack in the form of an MC. It consist of many types of shifters, from tigers to snakes. When werewolf shifter, Shadow, goes out on a run on his own, he finds another wolf shifter left for dead. There's only one option he feels he has, bring him back and try and help him. 

Rand, Alpha of a small nearby pack Wales, he's not quite sure who attacked him but has some ideas. 
when threats are made against the Hellbeasts, loyalties within the ranks are tested. 

I thought this was a great story-line and full of great characters. I love the aspect of different shifters coming together. The story is completely engaging, and has some pretty unexpected twists.

What I didn't love was Shadows overly dominate tendencies that bordered non-con. But, he was also still pretty sexy in his domineering ways, especially towards the end. I also wished it was a bit longer, but I imagine more stories from this pack. I am super curious about one Alpha were-Tiger :)

Shelves: MMRomance, Biker/outlaw, PNR, Shifter, Dominate, Alpha




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