The first in the Opeth Pack Saga has left me wanting more! Sascha Illyvich has done an excellent job of creating a world that leaves the reader wanting more of the characters. He did a fantastic job with descriptive storytelling of the scenery, characters, and emotions. Plus it’s full of steamy sex scenes and plenty of action. With this blend you have a recipe for a perfect urban fantasy read!
Wanting to maintain a normal life outside of pack life, Józsi moved to avoid a prophecy that would ultimately make him Alpha of a dying pack. That’s a responsibility he doesn’t want. In his place is an Alpha that is abusing to the other pack mates that are without mates. When Ilona becomes the Alpha's next target Józsi finds that maybe he can’t just walk away from a life he yearns for.
Opeth Pack Saga:
Book 1- His Reign
Józsi wants to maintain a normal life away from the Opeth pack. Moving from Hungary to Texas was a big change that he felt was necessary in order to avoid a prophecy that would ultimately make him Alpha of a dying pack, a responsibility he doesn’t want.
Ilona and Lukina grew up loving Józsi even after he moved away. Yet the current pack Alpha has gone rogue and begun kidnapping and abusing the younger wolves that remained without mates. Ilona, becomes his next target and Józsi must return to once again deal with pack politics only to find that his heart misses what it could have. Can Lukina and Ilona convince him to return to Hungary in order to rule the Opeth pack and mate or will Kiba destroy them in a fit of insanity?