"Family Ties" was a family short, complicated and extremely sexy wolf shifter book. Tucker and Tegan were a very different and unexpected couple. Which may be why I loved this book so much! The first book in a new series can be a little difficult to balance, when you are trying to create a whole new world and develop a strong and sexy relationship but Robin Badillo did an amazing job with this book,
One of the huge selling points for me with "Family Ties" was the unconventional way that Tegan and Tucker went about making a place for each other in their world. Not to mention the "forbidden" sex was incredibly hot! This book gives the reader an inside look into the alpha society and politics. Which was very intriguing and kept my interest piqued throughout the entire book. I think "Family Ties" is a different take on shifters and would be a perfect fit for those of you who love finding a unrecognized alpha male.
Tegan has made a promise to help protect and provide a future for her pack. Joining with the son of a very powerful pack member seems to be her only choice. That is until she meets Tucker, a wolf claiming to be a rightful Alpha deserving a pack and a mate of his own.
When choosing between what is expected of her and what she desires, puts her and her packs future at stake Tegan has to make a choice. Will Family Ties win out or will love truly conquer all?
Every pack needs an alpha and every alpha needs a pack.
Tucker Wilde, a lone wolf, returns to the town where his shifter lineage first began, only to discover his rightful place as alpha has been handed down through another blood-line. To make matters worse, old family secrets threaten the fate of the love he’s destined to find.
Shifter Tegan Blaid is the key to saving her pack by joining with the son of a powerful pack member, but her heart belongs to Tucker, the one wolf she was never meant to know.
Can Tucker and Tegan fight the forces against them to secure their positions in the pack, or is history determined to repeat itself despite their family ties?