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Luke's Dream

(Judgement of the Six Companion #3)

4.31  ·  Rating details ·  621 ratings  ·  79 reviews
Luke’s been kicked in the teeth by fate enough to know: nice guys finish last.  He’s done being nice and waiting for his due.

Finding Bethony, another potential Mate, was supposed to be his chance at a true Mate. However, she’s young and afraid and needs time to get to know him first. Bethony has different plans. She’s willing to Claim Luke, but only to stop her terrifyin
Kindle Edition, 222 pages
Published August 9th 2016 by Shattered Glass Publishing LLC
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Liked Luke but the whole Bite/don't bite was annoying! Once he decided Bethi shouldn't bite him he took it way too far and for too long. Didn't make sense when they both knew how much they needed to have that bond under the circumstances. ...more
kelly {BookCrushin}
May 25, 2016 rated it really liked it
I love this series so damn much, so getting the alt POV is always exciting! The little things that you learn is what makes it so special!

Updated full review can be found here.

"My Mate was a tiny, compact bundle of serious trouble."

I am obsessed with the Judgement of the Six series, so of course I am loving all the companion novels as well! Getting into the heads of the males during the same journey has been just perfect. Luke’s Dream is no exception, I ate it up, with the appetite of a werewolf
Nikki Jefford
Jul 10, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Let me put my Claim on Luke as my book Mate right now. ❣
Jan 02, 2017 rated it really liked it
Shelves: romance, ya

Ok, I really expected to flove this book since Bethi’s character was my favorite in the series so far. But…this fell kinda flat for me. Don’t get me wrong I liked it a lot.

Like how it showed his vulnerability. He seemed so noble in the original. Refusing to allow her to claim him since she wasn’t attracted to him yet. Luke seems more relatable in this one since we know he still had the urges most males do. But it seemed he was just going through the motion
Lenore Kosinski

3.5 stars — Welp, this both gave me what I wanted and didn’t. I loved that we got to see more of who Luke was, what he was thinking, and just flavours of his personality that felt like they were missing from (Un)wise. Basically, his sense of humour. He made me laugh so much with his eating struggles, and his natural rebellious tendencies. I really appreciated getting to see the parts where he contacted Joshua, and later the parts where he talked to Nana Wi
Aug 08, 2016 rated it really liked it
Getting this ARC was probably the best day of my entire summer. For those who don’t know, Melissa Haag has been writing companion books for all of the novel’s in her main Judgment of Six series. The plot is the same, the story and perspective is COMPLETELY different. This particular book is Luke’s perspective of (Un)wise

(Un)wise is possibly the most difficult book to get through in the original series, mainly because there is A LOT of flashbacks of the girl’s past lives. Important? Very. Frustr
Jan 01, 2017 rated it really liked it
Shelves: wolves, reviewed
Rant: Because I really just need to let loose right now and get this out of the way...

I still hate this bloody wanker. Luke is even more conceited and a bigger hypocrite than I originally was given to understand through Bethi's POV. All of his dislike towards Clay just came across as so petty as shit to me. I'm not sure what I feel about him anymore.

Luke's reasonings for the choices he made regarding Bethi didn't come across to me as being good enough, but that may be because I've already grow
AK Mama Reads
Aug 09, 2016 rated it really liked it
Shelves: paralove
Would it be too cheesy to say this book is a Judgment of the Six lover's dream come true? Yeah? OK then I won't say that.
Luke is my second favorite Judgment character next to Jim, and his story truly showed me a side of him I didn't even know existed. Although I did get more upset with Bethi reading his version of the story than I did with hers (which is found in (Un)wise) that only goes to show how emotionally invested I was thanks to Melissa Haag's way of drawing me in to the world and making
Jul 13, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Once again, I am impressed at Melissa Haag's ability to impress me with a retelling of one of her Judgement of Six series from the male's point of view! Luke's mind well conveyed, with his British vocabulary, sarcastic rebelliousness and his devotion, love and empathy for Bethi, even with all her mystery, lies and stubbornness. Most importantly though, Ms Haag was able to keep me so captivated that I took an extra long lunch at work to finish the action-packed climax, even though I've read Bethi ...more
Luke is sent by Gabby to go find another girl like herself, however, he doesn't realize that this girl will be his mate. Not only does he think she is way to young, he's starting to realize that something is right with her, and he isn't sure he believes her.

His mate on the other hand just wants her horrible dreams to stop, and mating with him is the only way, but he won't do it.

These two have a long way to go if they actually want a relationship, and it gets worse when things start changing an
My Bookbag by Karen
What an exciting addition to the Judgement of the Six lexicon! This companion series is fascinating, and adds so much to the series.

Luke and Bethi are great characters, and an awesome couple. It is very interesting to dig a little deeper into Luke’s personality, motivations, and love. Author Melissa Haag does much to further develop the one dimensional Luke, from (Un)Wise, to the complex character, in Luke’s Dream.

Haag weaves a truly cohesive companion to Bethi’s story with the addition of Luke’
Oct 13, 2019 rated it really liked it
In this installment we go a little bit more in-depth to the world the author's created. In the first book, Gabby sees something with her power and sends Luke off into a general direction to look for his mate. We never hear or see from him again, until his story rolls around. He's been searching for this random person that Gabby sent him off to find, and he's not sure he will ever find her, until he sees a group of teenagers and feels the mate's pull for one of them. Horrified that he would have ...more
Dot Miller
Aug 30, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Very Interesting Sub-Story

The other "mate" books seemed to focus on the relationship between the mated pair and each telling their side of the courtship. I read Bethi's story some time ago and after reading the first 2 mate books, decided to skip any more. However, after reading the 5th book in the series, I decided to purchase Carlos' story, which greatly enhanced the overall storyline. So, the obvious next step was to purchase this book, Luke's story, mate to Bethi. I learned more about the ov
Sep 24, 2017 rated it really liked it
Shelves: romance, paranormal
“Luke’s Dream the third book in “the Judgement of Six Companion series” revolves around Luke’s search for Bethony (Bethi) who remembers the past and all its horrors as well as being another potential Mate. Tracking her Luke not only comes face to face with a feisty young-looking seventeen-year-old who’s broken and afraid, but one who refuses to ever claim him. But as they travel across country towards the Compound and her sleep deprivation and nightmares increase, Bethi begins to rely on Luke no ...more
Mar 31, 2018 rated it really liked it
The Judgement of Six series is the only series that I have read so far in mature ya that deals with werewolves and their mates. This is a really good series that have a new little spin on the mate storyline. One of the things that I love most about the series is that Melissa has written about each pair's pov in two different books and each set is centered on that couple but has characters from the other books which ties everything and everyone together.

For example the first book, Hope(less), is
Mrs. Jamie Christie
Like watching a chess master work

Bethi as a whole is like a master of chess moving pieces and making things happen according to what needs to be done. As she navigates this mentality focusing on her mission alone she neglects herself. Luke was one of the guys I wanted to know what was going on inside his head after reading Bethis version. I was not disappointed trust me you will want to read this.
kelly {BookCrushin}
My full review of this title is on BookCrushin blog as well as on a different version of this book on goodreads, somehow it's not showing in the results.

I have been absolutely loving the companion series and I can't wait for more!
Lisa Kizer
Jan 10, 2018 rated it really liked it
Took me so much longer to read this book than any of the others. I wanted to read Luke's story before I read Bethi's story. Has anyone noticed that there seems to be a theme with Emmitt's motorcycle and cookies? Wonder what that is about? Anyway a good read but I will go back to reading the girls' stories 1st.
Dec 07, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Luke is definitely a funny wolf! It answered alot my questions on where he went when he wasn't with bethi. His interactions with the others were so funny and i loved the chemistry between luke and bethi. Lukes description of the others (wolfs and girls) had me dying laughing! The humor is so much! I wish it was longer! I can't wait for the others POVs and final books! ...more
J.A. Cintron
Jun 03, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Luke you needed to get yo ass out of your--- boy she told you repeatedly that it was safer to claim you but no!!! anyways this gave so much more insight to Bethi's journey. let's see what charlene journey brings us. ...more
Gina Gallo
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Jun 25, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Didn’t like Bethi

I didn’t like Bethi’s story. But I loved Luke’s! There was so much we were missing and while I can’t wait for Carlos, now I actually want to read Thomas and Charlene’s story!
Jun 28, 2020 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Favorite Quote:
“He needs his tail handed to him,” I said.
“I think everyone needs that at least once in their lives,” Clay said.  “Ready for your turn?”
“Yeti’s don’t talk,” I said, standing.

Stephanie Serrano Hargrove
Great insight!

5 stars for a great story! I really enjoyed the insight into Luke's life and how he took care of Bethi. She was certainly a handful. And the amount of Urbat that he killed to keep her safe made him one of the best fighters in the group.
Feb 16, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I am loveing the companion series
Maria Noguera
Jun 23, 2017 rated it did not like it
It was a solid idea but the book would've been better if it were 150 pages shorter. ...more
I.A. Cintron
Aug 29, 2017 rated it it was amazing
reading this story from Luke's point of view is sad and hilarious because of all the torture Luke has to suffer ...more
Natalie Hughes
Nov 14, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Love Luke

I think the companion books are better than the rest
I love knowing what is going on inside their heads.
Laurie Hopkins
Feb 23, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: shifter
Good read

It didn't strike me as much in Bethi's book that Luke thought she was only 14, no wonder he was so resistant to the claiming. Now it makes more sense.
Mandy Faktor
Jun 30, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Oh Luke

It great to hear Luke's side. The man is a thinker. He needs to let Bethi do a little more of the thinking for him.
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