I really like Eve Langlais' voice when it comes to her werewolf books. Betraying the Pack is absolutely no exception. This is a continuation of the Pack series, and while you can read it as a standalone, I wouldn't recommend it (hello, hunky wolves that want to cater to your every need?! Why would anyone want to ignore the first book?).
Bailey has horrible taste in best friends and boyfriends, seeing as how her BFF and boyfriend have been hooking up behind her back for a while. Rather than feel sorry for herself, Bailey decides to hit the town and find a new BFF and/or boyfriend. At a local country and western bar, she literally stumbles into hunky Gavin and his friend Wyatt. Unfortunately, theirs isn't a pleasure trip, so they are forced to leave her at the bar. Five days later, they find her running away from her captors.
Bailey has secrets that even Bailey doesn't know she has. When that truth comes out, she fears what she is to become and has a hard time adapting. The betrayal of the book is heartbreaking, in true Langlais form.
I really like that although Bailey hooks up with four alphas, they don't treat her as less. They don't pull the "do as I say or else" tripe...when she wades into a fight, her mate's reaction is one of pride rather than the chest-pounding, "I plan on spanking you when we get home" reaction. This is an excellent continuation in the Pack series.
Pack law states she can have up to four mates, if she can find the courage to choose them.
Escaping a kidnapping duo, Bailey runs into a naked man in the middle of the woods. And he's not alone.
Rescued by a quad of hunks, then kept against her will, she doesn't know what to think or do--other than scream that is--when she discovers they are werewolves. Even more frightening, they want her as their mate despite her human status.
But there's more to Bailey than meets the eye, and an evil force wants her. Can Bailey keep herself from his clutches, or will he somehow force her to betray the pack?
And just how does a girl raised with human morals come around to accepting pack law which states females can choose up to four mates, and more shocking, take them to her bed, all at once?
Warning: Not all gorgeous blond cowboys with dark haired sidekicks met in a bar will be werewolves, but if they are, prepare to howl, because when it comes to loving their mate, nothing beats their tag team, hands on approach.