There were many common elements to the usual topping from the bottom plot, but the author managed to make them being right for Gabe’s character, an independent man but also easy to lighten up like a little firecracker, to a point he sometime is able to recognize he went to much over to a point where is too late to come back, like the night his mother was killed, when he was sulking over some stupid argument.
Actually I think Gabe is still really young, not yet fully formed into a grown man; Gabe will change in the future, maybe becoming more settled and aware of the implications of his own actions, but I think he will also preserve this independent streak that will always cause Zack is headaches. But I also think Zack is welcoming them for the chance to have Gabe in his life.
Series: Dark Hollow Wolf Pack Series
Paperback: 134 pages
Publisher: Secret Cravings Publishing (September 27, 2013)
Amazon: Gabe's Alpha (Dark Hollow Wolf Pack 4)
Amazon Kindle: Gabe's Alpha (Dark Hollow Wolf Pack 4)
Series: Dark Hollow Wolf Pack
1) The Alpha's Pet: http://elisa-rolle.livejournal.com/16282
2) Cry Wolf: reviews-and-ramblings.dreamwidth.org/438
3) Logan's Choice: reviews-and-ramblings.dreamwidth.org/418
4) Gabe's Alpha
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