elisa_rolle (elisa_rolle) wrote,

Unthinkable (Tate Pack 1) by Vicktor Alexander

Unthinkable was a light and nice read. Playing a lot on the Alpha male/top from the bottom pair, it starts quickly and quickly develops: Richard is a cute New York classical dancer, Vet a sturdy Texan cowboy, they should have nothing in common if not one woman, Richard’s best friend and Vet’s sister. When she dies, she grants custody to her triplets jointly to Richard and Vet, and of course, being Vet the Alpha male (and literally since he is also a shapeshifter wolf and Alpha of his pack), it will be Richard that has to move to Texas.

As I said, considering that Richard is also the soul mate of Vet, Vet doesn’t spend too much time to convince Richard he has to completely turn his life and leave New York. He simply thinks that he will explain everything to the other man once he is settled down; while this attitude could be considered “uncaring”, Vet is not downplaying the masculine role of Richard, I had the feeling that Vet was simply considering Richard strong and steady enough to face everything, without needing to cuddle him.

On the other side, Richard is, as he himself admits, high-maintenance. Richard doesn’t want, and doesn’t need, to be considered the Alpha of their pair, he is more than glad to be the queen (pun intended), i.e. the one to receive homages and respect in due of his role as Vet’s mate. In everything he does, inside and outside the bedroom, Richard is a 100% top from the bottom, and hissy fits and all. But right for that reason, he is also the best suited to pair a man like Vet, who is of few words, but plenty of feelings.

Amazon: Unthinkable: Tate Pack Series: Book One
Amazon Kindle: Unthinkable: Tate Pack Series: Book One
Paperback: 308 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (December 8, 2011)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1467986704
ISBN-13: 978-1467986700

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Tags: author: vicktor alexander, genre: paranormal, length: novel, review, theme: alpha males, theme: shapeshifters

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