Jace’s Justice (Highgate Shifters #1) by Sydney Presley

Jace’s Justice (Highgate Shifters #1) by Sydney Presley

 
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Book Series
Jace’s Justice (Highgate Shifters #1)
About the Author
Sydney has always enjoyed writing. “There’s something about losing yourself in another world, where the real one ceases to exist and all your dreams and wishes can be placed on the page—dreams for a better planet where love isn’t questioned but accepted by all.” When Sydney isn’t writing, there’s plenty of reading to be done. “I can’t imagine not reading every day. It would be weird not to have a book to hand because I’ve always had one nearby. Life without reading isn’t something I’d like to contemplate. The thought brings me out in hives.” Sydney lives in a peaceful area where the hustle and bustle of the city doesn’t figure. “I left city life years ago. Too stressful for me. I prefer listening to the swish of leaves on the trees instead of tyres on tarmac. The twittering of birds instead of the chatter of people. Alone time to reflect and ponder is a must. A small portion of every day spent by myself is vital to my sanity and soul.
Publication Date
December 05, 2014
Pages
94
Note
Reader Advisory: This book is best read in sequence as part of a series.
Finding yourself isn’t always easy—unless your true mate helps you along the way… Jace has always felt as though he doesn’t belong, that he’s surplus to requirements, alone and destined to stay that way for the rest of his life.

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Jace’s Justice (Highgate Shifters #1)
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3.5

I do like to read shifter books, they are my go to genre. I saw the cover while browsing books and instantly wanted to read the series.

Jace’s Justice is book 1 in the Highgate Shifters Series, as with most first books in a series the author spent quite a bit of time world/pack building. The book did suffer a little from this.

Jace is an abandoned pup found in the road side by his Alpha, he has never felt like he belonged, he has always wondered about his real family. He knows who his mate is, he thinks fate has got it all wrong.
Louie is Jace’s mate but he won’t claim him as he is terrified his birth family will come and claim him. He hides from Jace and himself until the dreaded day a stranger arrives on pack lands.

I enjoyed parts of this book but I am left with so many questions that I hope will be answered in future books. I did like all the wolves characters we met at Highgate pack. Jace is very complex while Louie seems like an open book. There were a few parts that fell flat for me, I am hoping its because it is the first book. I do think the book would have benefitted from having a prologue as I did feel I was missing a huge chunk of the story. That been said the book was an ok read.
The Alpha and his mate, I need to read a lot more about them they have me intrigued. I am looking forward to reading more of this series.

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