This book can be downloaded and read in iBooks on your Mac or iOS device.
Carlos has spent his entire life avoiding attachments to individuals and has devoted his time to protecting his race. His childhood taught him that something is out there, threatening the existence of werewolves, and he will let nothing interfere with his vendetta to stop the threat.
Physical attachment and vendetta collide when he sees Isabelle. She’s meant to be his Mate and instinct demands that he protect her above all else. However, letting go of his past is as impossible as embracing a future filled with love. Isabelle wants nothing to do with him, except fight with him. Carlos must find a way through her emotional armor and hope, together, they can heal and face the threat.
Judgement of the Six reading order:
Clay’s Hope - Companion Series
Emmitt’s Treasure - Companion Series
Luke’s Dream - Companion Series
Thomas’ Heart - Companion Series
(Sur)real … coming 2017 (dual POV to end the main and companion series)
Companion novel from the Judgement of the Six series
In my opinion Melissa Haag has written another outstanding companion book to this Judgement of the Six series! I do feel a person would need to start at the beginning of the series to appreciate this book as much. I love her writing style, the story flows fast, pulls you right in, can't put it down type of reading, there's so much emotional connection to her characters too. I love this book's character, Carlos, he has so many layers to him! I had no idea what to expect from his early years or his thoughts about Isabelle, after reading this you just want to give him a big hug for all he's been thru. Loved his point of view, you don't realize how much is running thru his mind from Isabelle's book ("[Dis]Content") either! So many new details revealed in this book that weren't in "[Dis]Content", with such an emotional roller coaster too! I think I favor the men's point of view companion novels, but I love this whole series!
Carlos' Peace is the fifth companion novel to the Judgement of the Six series. If you have not read the series, STOP. GO READ HOPELESS. seriously you are missing out on an amazing series!! For each of the main judgement books Melissa Haag also writes a companion novel from the corresponding mate's point of view. I cannot stress this enough: it is not the same story on repeat. While you go over the same timelines, there is new information, amazing twists that are not discussed in the female point of view, and each companion book perfectly matches the main book making them the perfect pair.
Carlos' Peace is Carlos' version of the story. It is both heart breaking and endearing. You finally learn why Carlos is so reserves, and yes you'll need some tissues. But you also see how deeply and completely he is devoted to Peace. Amazing! I was not a beg fan of Carlos before this book, I just saw him as a stand in character. This book changes that. It's amazing.
But I must say, you have to read this book, if for no other reason, for the epilogue. Holy moly there are no words! So unbelievable terrified and excited for the final installment.
Great job Melissa on another outstanding book!
Loved Carlos' Peace!
Wow, wow, wow!! What are you doing to me Melissa Haag? The companion novels to the JoS series have been superb, and Carlos' Peace is no exception. It was enlightening and heartbreaking to get inside Carlos' head. I had no idea he was feeling the range of emotions he was. I loved getting to know Carlos, even though it was hard to read at times. Carlos' Peace answered the many questions I had after reading (Dis)content. Sometimes I felt like I was reading a completely new book, which made it very interesting for me. The epilogue, oh the epilogue; I will leave that right there. I am eagerly and nervously waiting for the last book in the JoS series!