Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Review of Pack of Lies (Red Ridge Pack) by Sara Dailey and Staci Weber


The last thing Allison Wright ever expected when she moved to Red Ridge, New Mexico was to come muzzle to muzzle with the wolf of her dreams.

Seventeen-year-old Allison Wright is convinced she’s losing her mind. Uncontrollable mood swings, hot flashes, and the urge to punch anyone who gets in her way are suddenly becoming everyday occurrences. Before her erratic behavior gets out of hand, Allison’s mother finally comes clean about her dark secret. Mom is a werewolf, and soon Allison and her brother Aiden will suffer the same fate. When Allison reaches her breaking point, the family leaves their life in Texas to move to Red Ridge, New Mexico where they rejoin the pack that Allison’s mother left behind almost 20 years ago.

Unfortunately, not everyone in Red Ridge is thrilled about Allison’s arrival, especially when she attracts the attention of the very handsome, very taken, soon-to-be alpha, Cade Walker. Little does Allison know, her mere presence is causing a rift in a once unified pack. Not only has Cade been forbidden from being with Allison by his father, the pack’s alpha, Cade’s girlfriend, Kendall Stuart, will stop at nothing to get Allison out of the picture. Well on her way to becoming the next alpha’s mate, Kendall expects to rule the pack by Cade’s side even if it means teaming up with a rogue werewolf with an agenda of his own. Determined to get rid of Allison permanently, when Kendall and the rogue join forces, all hell breaks loose and no one in the pack is safe, especially not Cade and his true mate.


For those of you who don't know me, I adore werewolf and true mate stuff.  This book was no exception.  I sOoo loved this book.  I started it and couldn't put it down.

I loved Allison and her fighting ways:)  She was tough, yet vulnerable.  Going from social butterfly to hated pariah seemingly overnight, had to be tough.  I would have reacted the same way.

Then she fought with her brother and their parents decide it is time to air out the laundry.  They were werewolves and were going to live in a pack in another state.  

Then that was where Kendall and Cade came in.  Cade was super dreamy *sigh* and Kendall felt the need to mark her territory.  She wants to be the pack's female alpha and will stop at nothing to get her way, fate be damned.
The author did a three way narration and while I enjoyed it, the story could have lived without Kendall's P.O.V..  She was necessary to the story, but not in an official capacity.

I absolutely thought that this book was a score.  I found it through a blog review and am so glad I picked it up.  If you love YA werewolf stories, then this book is a must.  I can't wait to see what happens in book 2 after all the lies were revealed. 

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