Defying Pack Law

Defying Pack Law

by Eve Langlais
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Defying Pack Law 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 216 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I expected this to be mostly a book about sex--and lots of it. While eroticism does play a part, this story is actually more about the characters. There's action, arguments, humor and not too early in the mix, scorching scenes. A really decent menage story that for once doesn't act like it's an easy decision for all involved.
JustJennJW More than 1 year ago
Hot and steamy . . . woof, woof, woof - LITERALLY! Seriously, it was a very well written story with careful thought given to having a socially accepted multiple partner relationship and the problems that ensue. All sides were represented nicely. Equal amounts of story and love scenes.
Ashley Passmore More than 1 year ago
Very reccomended! Worth the price and time to read it! :)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Best Erotica I have ever read, so much debt and thought into it. You can tell this author really took her time with this. I loved it and this is my number one author in erotica. I hope she has more out!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A well thought out story with great sex. I was surprised by the well developed characters and relationships.
courtney Rozmenoski More than 1 year ago
I ended this book wanting to read more. The book was more than about menage action, it had a plot and i loved it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great read, not all sex, really enjoyed the book!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
hot sexy book wih a mind of it's own that will lead you chasing after your lover for a little sample of what you just read.
Nightgames_Consortium More than 1 year ago
I normally don't buy this type of book - what the story alluded to - but WOW. Very well written and the surprises kept coming. Definitely will be buying more from this author! Great read - could not put it down!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Now I want some wolves of my own. Talk about a scorching story, but with great build up to it. And an actual storlyine too. loved it
1mostloved More than 1 year ago
332 pages. ok story it did get my blood presure uo at points but for me it is more upset at one of the characters. i could read it again but it will not be one i reach for without thought.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Nothing better than menage and shapeshifters
Katrea Leverette More than 1 year ago
yes this book was extremely naughty. it was one of my guilty pleasures when i sat down and got to read it. Even though there was a lot of steamy scenes, it still had a plot to it that was enjoyable. Read this!!
tupperlake53 More than 1 year ago
Itwas hot, lovinnnng,kinky n make sueur into verrrrrry erotic dreams ir real sex.
usscout5wife More than 1 year ago
I loved this book. That says it all...
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It wasnt only sex which was surprising, good read
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caroldh4 More than 1 year ago
Defying Pack Law is book one in the Pack series by Eve Langlais. I have only read a couple of Eve’s books in the past but loved them. When I saw this series I couldn’t resist. It hits on several of my favorite genres and at the same time gives me a chance to explore more of her books. Wow, I loved it, loved it, loved it! Dana and Nathan are in love. Just entering into adulthood they pledge themselves to each other. They are shape shifters, werewolves. In their pack, full blooded females are rare so they are forced to take more than one mate, to encourage more offspring. Most of these matings turn out as loving family units. But not Dana’s. She watched her mother suffer at the hands of her evil father and she has vowed that she will never suffer as her mother did. So when Nathan tells her that they must follow pack law and he will share her with other mates, she refuses and she runs. “How can I be lonely when paranoia is my constant companion.” Now, twelve years later, Dana has spent her life on the run. She can never let her guard down, never completely relax. She always has to have an escape route planned in case she needs to get out fast. You see, a lone unmated female is never really safe. Her luck finally runs out and she finds herself in a hopeless situation, one where death would be the better alternative, when she is rescued by the man she ran from twelve years ago. Along with Nathan are his two packmates and closest friends, John and Kody. For twelve years Dana has felt nothing towards any male. Even though she ran she still loved Nathan. But as soon as she was in a room with John and Kody, she felt a pull, a longing, among other things. These are feelings she wasn’t accustomed to. Could she actually be attracted to all three of these men? Her wolf sure seems to think so! “I was living a perfectly fine life. I made my own decisions, did what I wanted. I was free.” John snorted. “You call that freedom? I saw your house with its alarms and lack of personal touches. It looked like a prison to me, one built on paranoia and fear.” Nathan was now the alpha of their pack. I have to say that I didn’t care for him as much as the others. It was obvious why he was alpha. He was tough. But after searching for Dana for so many years, he didn’t deal very well with her and all her new found feelings. He really mucked things up. Now John is another story. I think I fell in love with him some myself. He was the doctor of the bunch. He was the stable one, calm, loving and understanding. Then Kody who was the youngest, was the happy go lucky swoony flirt. Together, though, these three were the perfect combination, tough guy, softy and silly. But twelve years ago, the thought of sharing herself with anyone other than Nathan made her run. Can she really be a mate to three men now? Is it what she really wants? I loved this book. It was oh so sexy. Dana was so young when she ran but let me tell you, it didn’t stop her at all from enjoying these sexy shifters now. The sexy times are hotter than hot. But there are plenty of sweet moments as well. My one complaint is like I said before, Nathan kind of ticked me off. But John, swoon, made up for it. I love reading a new and different take on pack life and can’t wait to continue this series with book two, Betraying the Pack. So what could be a better combination that a shifter, menage book?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Really enjoyed it!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved the story development .
VampedChik More than 1 year ago
This was a frustrating, super sexy, and at times emotional read. I really liked Dana but she frustrated the hell out of me and annoyed me with her back and forth indecisiveness. She was hell bent on not being shared among the pack but then very quickly changed her mind. I understood the reasoning's behind it her wolf had a lot to do with it but it seemed very against character for her to just cave in so fast. I loved her spirit and feistiness. While she knew that she was going to accept them all as mates she didn't necessarily make things easy for them. I adored John and Kody. John's the serious bookish type. Very caring and sweet. Kody's playful and naughty. It took me more time to warm up to Nathan. He was so demanding and possessive. He wouldn't listen to Dana and had a temper. But I did really come to like him and wanted him to end up as part of their mated group. All of the men balanced each other well and brought something different to the relationship. This was a very fast sexy read and I would love to read more with these characters. A bit darker than the Eve Langlais' books I've read but still a great read.
Donna_Hok79 More than 1 year ago
An Alpha with real emotions And a Strong willed women This is a great book, well written and very entertaining as well as enjoyable to read. I love the fact that there is real emotions and differences in personalities. Realistic people/shifters that have different appearances. With lots of extra stuff going on through out. Great start to the series. Loved The female character of Dana. Great job to the author. Looking forward to the next book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Didnt like the main female lead character as much as the first book but it was nice to see a connection from the first book.
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