Source: provided by the author for an honest review
Date read: May 21, 2016
Judgement of the Six
Judgement of the Six Companion Series
1. Clay's Hope
2. Emmitt's Treasure - Paperback | Kindle
3. Luke's Dream
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After six years away from his pack, Emmitt realizes he has no idea what he wants from life. His parents want him to lead the pack, and the Elders expect him to further integrate his people into human society. His reluctance to take on the demanding responsibility of leadership has him dragging his feet to return home.Thoughts on Emmitt's Treasure: I've been a fan of the Judgement of the Six series since day 1. (I might be exaggerating. Slightly. It might have been day 2. Maybe I should say since I first picked up Clay and Gabby's book. Hooked, my friends. I was hooked with those two and things have only gotten more intense since then.) I kinda dig getting into the guys heads with the companion series. It adds a little something extra to the main books and I like extras. I like them a lot.
Finding his Mate changes everything. Michelle's shy and beautiful and on the run. She needs somewhere to stay and someone to take care of her. Suddenly, responsibility doesn't seem like such a burden to Emmitt. He'll do whatever it takes to earn her trust and keep her safe...even from one of his own kind.
So. Emmitt and Michelle. He's not quite ready to take on the responsibility his parents need him to. She's running scared from something she can hardly believe in. Seeing how hard it was for him to go slow and easy to win Michelle's trust made me like him even more. On the other hand, knowing who and what Michelle's captors are, it was hard to watch the pack fumbling for answers. (Not too hard, just moderately hard. BAD THINGS ARE COMING! WATCH OUT!)
But seriously. I do enjoy seeing events from another perspective. I like watching the pack dynamics from the inside. I like getting into the heads of the guys and getting to experience them falling for their special ladies. *thumbs up*