My Pack series by Lane Whitt: Audio Review

Posted May 11, 2017 in review Tags: , ,

My Pack series by Lane Whitt: Audio ReviewFinding My Pack by Lane Whitt

Series: My Pack #1
Genres: New Adult, Paranormal Romance
Source: Amazon
Narrator: Cooper North, Aletha George
Amazon Audible

Abandoned as a baby and forced to grow up way too fast, Kitten has learned to live and survive by her own unique code. When Kitten is at her lowest point and thinks she can't carry on, she meets an extraordinary group of men who welcome her into their home and hearts, showing her more kindness than she has ever known. What will happen when she finds out the secrets they keep? They may be more connected than they all thought when secrets about Kitten begin to surface as well. Contains mature themes.

I read both books in this series on a binge and was hooked! You must read these in order! So, since I haven’t review the My Pack books officially for the blog, I am going to get you hooked so you are ready when book 3 releases (soon!)

Finding my pack is overall, very enjoyable (especially for fans of CL Stone). Kitten was a bit annoying at times. She has a photographic memory yet no understanding of some basic things? I get that she was a street kid, but she read tons of books and was exposed to lots of people and things that would have furthered her understanding of basics. But the guys? Oh so swoony! They have been a pack for awhile, and when kitten comes along, they know she is the one for them! But, they all still struggle with who is Kitten, is this the life she wants? While Kitten was annoying at times, I was still totally hooked and dove into book 2 right away because of the cliffy.

My Pack series by Lane Whitt: Audio ReviewKeeping My Pack by Lane Whitt

Series: My Pack #2
Genres: New Adult, Paranormal Romance
Source: ARC
Narrator: Cooper North, Aletha George
Amazon Audible

Kitten is quickly losing herself and her sanity under the hands of a man claiming to be her uncle. With her mind playing tricks on her and the emotional pain of being away from her guys, she isn't sure how much longer she can hold on. While the guys continue to wrestle with their sorrow and frustration, they find an unlikely accomplice that may be the key to helping them find their missing woman. The race is on to save the one person that means everything to them. Will they be there in time to save Kitten? If they get to her, will she still be the girl they remember and love? Join Kitten, Remy, and the rest of the team of changed wolves as they fight to save each other and themselves. With new faces and shocking revelations, it is bound to be a bumpy ride. Contains mature themes.

Keeping My Pack picks up right where Finding My Pack ends and Kitten is desperate to keep her sanity and survive her captivity. Thinking that 2 of her guys are dead, she fears what the rest of her life will be like. Keeping My Pack gets quite a bit steamier, which was fine with me, but its a stark change from book 1 which was sexually tamer. This book brings some changes and new characters which I didn’t find particularly enjoyable. It didn’t ruin the story for me, but it just wasn’t particularly additive in my opinion. Also, for the 2nd half of the book, Kitten is just kind of …there. The guys are pretty dominating and she just seems to take it. So, I didn’t enjoy this one quite as much as book 1, but its still a good book if you like RH. Again, there is a bit of a cliffy, but not nearly as dire as in book one. Loving My Pack can’t come soon enough!

The audio is great as well! Cooper North, the male narrator, has to do 8 different male characters and that is a challenge. North does a great job though! I thought his performance really matched how I had imagined the characters voices in my head. Aletha George did a great job with Kitten as well. Her voice sounds a bit young, which is exactly what I expected Kitten to sound like. This is an audiobook I can wholeheartedly recommend! I hope that George and North voice book 3 in the My Pack series because I would love to give it a listen!


Finding My Pack:
Keeping My Pack: 

The Ghost Bird series by CL Stone, Finding Honor by Ripley Proserpina…then you will probably like the My Pack series!

My Pack series



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