So. I thought the boys were really sweet together and I liked the voice and setting and everything... but it never quite really gelled together for me.
Mostly because it was one of those "big misunderstanding because no one bothered to find out what was going on" things and it really just dragged on for far too long and then when things got resolved, it got resolved super fast in a way that made me tilt my head at the screen and go "whuh?". So many things just felt glossed over.
So tragedy struck and things sucked, but it was appalling how much of how bad things got was because someone got hurt when someone did something atrocious and yet never bothered to be like "hey, person who I love and who claimed to love me -- what the hell?".
Just not my cuppa tea, I suppose. However, it was a quick, fun read and I did really like the characters, so there's that. I'm sure that people without my biases will like All of Me just fine.
To bond with his destined mate, an Alpha wolf must look past what he sees and trust what he feels.
Bonded by their parents before they were conceived, wolf shifters Abel and Kai adored each other since they were children. As teens, the two future Alphas took the next step in their bonding process and vowed to remain true to one another until Kai came of age. But when tragedy struck, Abel felt betrayed and ran from Kai instead of completing their mating.
Abel never stops yearning for the man who was supposed to lead by his side and after years without contact, Kai returns, broken and on death's door. If Abel wants to fulfill their destiny and merge their packs, he'll need to look past what he saw and trust his heart.