When everything is lost, the only thing left to fight for is love.
Conley Elnon has been abused most of his life. He agrees to help the War Council in uncovering a vampire mole in exchange for having the opportunity to find his family. When he meets his mate Jacob, he leaves him in order to track a mad bomber intent on taking out shifter camps.
Jacob refuses to let his mate escape. He’s waited too long to find his fated mate to let him leave before he’s had a chance to say little more than hello. When he finds his mate in the middle of vampire territory, Jacob has to use all his skills to help his mate figure out the truth between vampires and shifters and how they are responsible for what happened to Conley’s family.
Reader Advisory: This book is best read in sequence as part of a series.
Review by: fadia
My Rating: 3 of 4 Stars
(Short&Light Read Category)
It was some time ago that I read Gama's choice and had to familiarize myself with the overall storyline of The Underwolves. When we first meet Conley he is a scared Omega undercover agent for the Council. Through an altruistic act in order to save Kyle from a psychopath he loses track of his target. Which leads to him being fired from the Council.
You have to really give Conley credit for his work ethics and his dedication to his family. Not many shifters could withstand the "mate pull". Conley did just that in order to get the job done. Dont get me wrong his mate Jacob is no wimp either, even after being flash bombed by his mate he still goes after him aniliate the enemy.
They say that fate do not pair you with someone who is not compatible. In this installment that is true because both Jacob and Conley were able to put their mating on the side to take care of what was most important.