Book 4, Judgement of the Six Companion Series
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Thomas’ race is dying. To protect those left, the Elders create a safe haven. However, the safety of their sanctuary is threatened by the cause of their kind’s decline. A human. But, she’s not like the rest; and despite his hatred of humans, Thomas wants her for his own.
When females start dying while trying to reach safety, Thomas realizes it’s no longer just humans who pose a threat, but desperate males. Thomas must secure his place at Charlene’s side as leader of sanctuary, or everything they’ve worked together to build will crumble, and any hope of a future for Thomas’s race will die.
This is a -can't put it down- type of werewolf love story!
Wow, another awesome book by Melissa Haag. I absolutely loved this book as I do all of the books from this author. The flow was fast & smooth, the story pulled me in, I skipped breakfast & lunch because I couldn't put it down, but did have to stop to eat supper unfortunately! I liked Thomas & Charlene in her book, [Un]Bidden. But Love Thomas & Charlene in this book. Some things made more sense hearing it from Thomas' point of view than it did in Charlene's book. Each book from this series, and from the companion set -the men's point of view, unlocks another piece of the story, like a big puzzle. This series is so awesome & I love the men's point of views! I Highly recommend this series & the companion books that go with it as well as the other books by this author!
Falling In Love Again
I fell in love with Thomas even more. He's definitely a "book boyfriend" of mine and I don't have that many. The story of Charlene and Thomas was brought to life so much more thorugh Thomas' eyes. He is more confident and yet understanding. I love how much he grew as a character and how he never gave up on Charlene as a mate. He was so confident she was his that he kept going through all the odds. With reading the other main character's POV (point of view) you gain so much more insight on the minor characters, in the case of Winnie, Grey, and Gregory. I have to say one thing I didn't like was Winnie has diminished a littel (just a tiny smudge) in my eyes. Sheis oneof my favorite characters throughout the whole Judgement of the Six series and JOT6 Companion series and she was a little harsher about Charlene through Thomas' eyes. It really surprised me but I was happy she was willing to put her concerns on the back burner. I loved reading how Grey became an Elder and his brotherly relationship and love with Thomas. Brings tears to your eyes. It was fun to read the other side of Mary and Gregory's relationship. All in all Thomas is my favorite companion book and I look forward to more. I do have to say that I really don't like the direction, Melissa Haag is taking the character Jim in. He needs a mate!! Melissa Haag does an amazing job bringing you into the world she created for her characters in The Judgement of the Six series. I highly recommend "Thomas' Heart" by Melissa Haag and the book it is companion too, "(Un)Bidden" - Charlene's story.
I was soooo excited to hear that a book was coming out before my birthday! I'm so hooked on this series that I didn't care what came out. LOL...
Knowing how quickly I read the previous books, I'd thought I'd paced this one and drag it out a little bit. I'd even stop staying up until 3 in the morning to finish "just one more chapter." And yes, I binged read each book. I couldn't help myself.
Got to the last page and thought, "that's it? Nooooo!" 😱😭 I kept flipping the pages to the very end and even then I was in denial. I kept myself from looking down at the page numbers, while reading, and triple checked it just to make sure I was definitely on the last page. 😂
I'm so glad 2017 is almost here. The wait is going to be brutal.
*Melissa! If you're reading this. This fan is crying inside. LOL... I'm going to need a Carlos to comfort me before Olivia. Please and thank you. 😁