With Caution (With or Without #2)
A brother’s vow. A lover’s promise. Both could put them all at deadly risk.
Remington Lassiter is trying his best to stay out of trouble while he learns the ropes of being a werewolf. When his little brother turns up covered in bruises, he is driven to finally bring their abusive father to justice. To do it, he must face a past he hides behind his cocky, trouble-making att...more
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Remi has endured severe abuse as a child at the hands of his father. Even though Remi is now living on his own, his life is still very much controlled by his father. When he discovers bruises on his younger brother, Sterling, Remi enlists Jake’s help in finding a way ...more
Note:J.L. Langley had 2 short stories about Rhys & Sterling posted on her website. They really whet your appetite for their full story.
He and Jake are definately made for one another. I thought that the way they worked together as a team and even started their own pack, was great.
Of course the sex is super hot too!
From what I understand Matt's story will be next, but personally I can't wait to read about Sterling (Remi's broth ...more
I love this series, its super sexy, nose bleed sweet and just downright sinful. I love these wolves who find their mates in the same sex, nothing says hot like two men falling in love. Where the second book in the series was pretty much fluff, this one had a darker tone and a tough as nails alpha. I wanna eat him up like some doggie chow. I am excited and waiting impatiently for the next chapter in this deeply addictive series.
THE RUNDOWN- We met Remi in Without Reservatio ...more
Someone will die!!!!!
eeeee.... Nope, it's not that obvious...
And to be exact two, not one, characters will die!!!! And leaving the teasing aside let's get to the point! I LOVED THIS BOOK!
And to explain each main character in a more fun way let me use illustrations... I loooooooove emoticon!
Poor guy... well you will see him in the second book (Keaton's bodyguard)... he is preoccupy, because Remi is his mate and seems an homophobic. Well, read it and you will see... I just warn t ...more
Let's put aside the fact that omega wolves (usually only existing in wolf packs living in captivity) are the runts and rejects of the pack. They are treated badly, and they usually die early fr ...more
I'll admit I didn't like Remi a whole lot when he was first introduced in the prior book. He came across as a homophobic, arrogant little snot! He was verbally cruel to Keaton and I didn't care for him. I was willing to give ...more
A friend said that this book was "darker" than the previous two. I tend to agree with her. With Remi's abusive father looming over his behavior (and forces him to push his own sexuality into the closet, especially with a tragedy in his youth), this presents a more serious problem than simply just "soul-mate" among werewolves. I like how Jake takes his time to let Remi gets used to being a werewolf and not pushing the mate issue to him.
If I have a complaint, it will be that I feel the " ...more
Seconding reading as enjoyable as the first. I'd forgotten just enough to keep it interesting.
If I have any niggles it would be (view spoiler)[ Two turned wolves having more powers than born wolves. (hide spoiler)]
Also I'd really like to see a little more c ...more
This is a shifter book, but the ...more
Remi is seriously injured at the end of the last book "Without Reservations" and he is changed into a shifter in order to survive. The man that saves him, Jake, knows right away that he is Remi's mate, but wants Remi to get used to the idea of being a wolf before he finds out he's mated to a man!
Jake is very dominant and protective, and before long, they are unable to deny their attraction to one another. R ...more
I didn't like the sub/dom aspect of his relationship with Jake even though it was fairly mild. It just didn't ring true, especially how Remi slipped so easily into calling him "sir." I also felt like I jumped into the middle of Remi and Jake's story, even though I had read the previous book.
Sterling was the best part of the ...more
ETA: I guess Sterling's story has not been published but there are some free ...more
While I enjoyed this book, the Remi in this book was not the jackass Remi in book 1. This submissive, easily accepting Jake, crying about his family wasn't the guy I remembered in book 1.
In book 1, Jake had to turn Remi to keep the bullet wound from killing Remi. Jake also knew Remi was his mate. Because Remi was this angry homophobic BF of Chay's, the crew (Chay, Keaton & Jake) decided NOT to tell Remi about his bond to Jake. They felt straight Remi and his homophobic ways would have his ...more
I liked Remi very much. He wasn’t such a nice character in the first book but he made up for it. Especially after understanding why he was behaving so homophobic….
I loved Jake, again a real alpha-man. He was sweet and also very protective. I love that.
The first book ended with Remi been turned into a werewolf by Chay and Jake. Jake immediately regonizes his mate. But Remi is straight, so he thinks... ...more
In this second book we have Remi, who was turned at the end of book 1, coming to terms with being a werewolf. Fortunately he has Jake to figure out how all of it works.
Jake recognized his mate the moment he set eyes on Remi. But Remi is straight.. right? Jake does not want to pressure Remi into anything, so he decides to just be friends at first. With Jake’s help Remi is learning how to control his lupine side so no one notice ...more
Remi has a gut-wrenching past. The only light in his life is his younger brother Sterling and Remi has had to cut deal after deal with his abusive father to keep Sterling safe, but that's just what Remi does. So what can newly made werewolf Remi do when he discovers his mate...is a man. If his homophobic father finds out, well...there's ...more
I LOVED the relationship that Remi has w/ Sterling. It was very touching and it gave the book more feeling and "realness" The relationships among the pack members is so wonderful. It's a real ...more
This one wasn't near as funny as the earlier books and also has more drama r/t Remi's family. But still has few LOL moments.
Oh, and it ends with a "Holy Shit" shocker!!
We first meet Jake and Remi in the last book. Remi is mortally injured when Jake finds him, recognizing him immediately as his mate, Jake turns Remi into a werewolf to save his life. Now Remi has to adjust to not only the knowledge that werewolves exist, but that he is one, so Jake decides to wait to tell him he is also Jake's ma ...more
Then, it happened. Oh boy. I fell in love with Jake and Remi! I loved how patient Jake was. He was letting Remi learn how to be a wolf before he threw the word "mate" at him.
Remi was so confused all the time at why he was always calmer around Jake and why he was always hard around him. HA! I loved their friendship and how Jake inc ...more
My biggest issue with this book is the number of gay characters. In the second of the series (where we first meet this pack) there is very little sense of Chay knowing any other gay guys. In here, Jake has at least two gay friends. It's not that many people compared to the number in the pack, s ...more
My biggest problem with the book though was that there was wayyyyyy too much sex. I felt like all they did was ...more
I like how these books show personal and relationship struggles, and also have an action plot. I think this is well done. Again, I would have loved to see more shifter and pack life, like in the first book.
The sex in these books is hot. I like their style. This book has a very light BDSM theme, being that Jake is the dominant part in the relationship and Remi the submissive one. It was very light, so that was not a problem for me, but I hate this 'Sir' calling. ...more