Dominik is a man without a home.
After everything he holds dear is stolen from him by the one person he thought would never betray him, Dominik leaves the only home he’s ever known and the pack that he was raised to lead.
The choice is easy… or maybe there isn’t one.
After wandering, Dom finally finds a place that makes him want to put down roots...more
I like Dom and Elias, and I like the premise of the story. I think that I would've liked to learn a little bit more about Elias's parents, since his mom was the reason that he was an omega.
Like I said, it wasn't bad, overall. I did like it, and I'll continue to read the series, because I like Richmond's writing. ...more
PLEASE READ MY RATING SYSTEM!!!
To my ratings:
A 3,5* is clicked with a 4* but in review marked as 3,5*:
5* - very very good and rare (it would be a Blow-Away-book like ‘Jesse's Smile’ or ‘Joey’ from Angelique Jurd, ‘Save the the kids’ series
from EM Leya, ‘Love’s Tethered Heart’ from C.L. Etta or ‘Liberty’ from Seth King),
it's like an A+
4* - very good and will be often reread and is a WOW-book with interesting plot and surprises (like most of Andrew Grey books and Davidson Kings 'Haven Hart'-se ...more
This is the kind of story that I like to read when I don't know what I want to read! It was short and nauseatingly sweet, and the writing wasn't half bad! Yes, there were a couple of things that quirked me, like the fact that the world-building felt incomplete, still not sure if humans know about shifters or not... and the fact that Elias knew Grey and Soren from the diner, but then when Dom takes hi ...more
I selected this book among the many others in my TBR pile because I just finished the BURNS BROTHERS series. I really enjoyed the trilogy and wanted to read another book by Skyler Snow. This was an entertaining first book in THE LOST WOLVES series. It set just the right tempo for something I needed to read in our chaotic turbulent times, where we've been wearing masks and socially distancing since March 2020. I wanted to find something to read that was uplifting, low angst, and sw ...more
I needed something quick to read for a lunch break, this worked well enough as a distraction.
A couple of little things that irked me a smidge:
That title and blurb suggest the possibility of an interesting backstory and plot that just kind of fizzles out into your bog standard insta-love mpreg story. Maybe it's just me but I'd like to have known more other than just (view spoiler)['my parents are dead, my brother's an arsehole' (hide spoiler)]
Also the fact that Elias knew at least two members ...more
I knew this was going to be short and overly sweet when I started the novel. In general, it fits the brief of an insta-love with one wolf shifter, and another who doesn’t know he’s a shifter at all. However, I found myself terribly disappointed at the lack of effort into characterization. Having finished the book, I can’t remember anything about the two main characters. The backstory that would have made for an interesting main character (like why the main character left h ...more
Dominick is part of a large pack of wolf shifters who are new to town, trying to establish a new life for themselves. From the first time fated mates Dominick and Elias meet, I was totally hooked. And then it just gets better. Elias going into heat is a thrilling scene. And there's nesting!
The writing is great, both easy and pleasent, flowing well and keeping me entertained throughout.
I love B ...more
Dom and Elias are adorable together, sparks flying from the first moment and incredible chemistry. Also the rest of the pack are a lot of fun too, in fact I might have enjoyed them more then the main pair... Grey, J ...more
Okay. So... I enjoyed this story. As advertised it is completely angst and conflict free until like 4 pages from the end to set up the next book. It was really jarring. Literally like 4 months to by with just pleasant little snippets from everyday life (which was nice don't get me wrong) then suddenly and seemingly randomly there's a big thing about a character that didn't really get any page time. Very jarring, kind of off putting. Like reading 3 totally different ...more
Grabbing dinner became the most important moment of dominiks life as he meets Elias. Dominik never though he would meet his mate after being forced to leave his home but fate works in mysterious ways. But there is one complication that they will have to overcome.
Super cute book. I did feel like I needed a just a little bit more from the characters. But overall I liked the dynamic of their relationship. I did find myself being drawn to the side characters so I really hope t ...more
When Dom is betrayed by his pack he and a friend leave and form their own pack. A few others joined later on. On a trip into town Dom meets his fated mate, Elias.
When the authors state in the blurb that the story has no angst and is basically pure fluff... they weren't kidding. There's a little unhappiness at past events and even present events, but not deep enough emotions to even call it sad. I wish it had at least a little more in depth emotion. The char ...more
The story reads like a MF romance, only with shifters and a gay theme instead. More time is spent describing the sex and the pregnancy, than is invested in a storyline. If what you want is MM sex scenes, and then typical pregnant female emotional themes, this is your book.
It could be better with a little more focus on the storyline and with male characters who think and behave like men.
Dominik and Elias find each other and there's an instant pull between them.
They are fated mates, but there's a little bit of a problem.
They quickly work through it and Dominik finally realizes that fate had a hand in bringing them together.
I loved the pack and the found family atmosphere.
There's trouble on the way and I can't wait to find out how it's resolved.
This is a good start to a new Shifter M&M romance series this was your standard Alpha meets his Omega type of book which is fine I have no problem with that type of shifter book . You still have your drama but the characters are likable and there are some pretty funny moments so all in all decent start . Looking forward to the next book .
I really like feel good, low angst romances but that was a bit too much even for me. ...more
For as long as she can remember Skye had her nose stuck in a book, getting lost in the world of someone else's creation (She still does). Her love for writing came from her love for reading. She could never have one without the other.
Writing was always a hobby and a cathartic experience for her. There are many stories lost to the never to be completed or publishe ...more