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Vann’s Victory (Highgate Shifters #2) by Sydney Presley

 
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Vann’s Victory (Highgate Shifters #2)
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
February 13, 2015
Pages
85
Note
Reader Advisory: This book is best read in sequence as part of a series.
Being a Dom in secret—being mated to another wolf in secret—is something Vann has always done, but now he has the chance to be open about his whole life.

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Vann’s Victory (Highgate Shifters #2)
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Vann’s Victory is book 2 in the Highgate Shifters Series, I found this book a much easier read.

We first meet Vann and Kip in Jace’s Justice. Vann comes looking for his lost brother and help to over turn his evil alpha and free the other wolves in the compound. The Alpha runs the compound the old way that has been outlawed for a great number of years. They were allowed to do nothing without permission, most of the time the punishment was death in a must barbaric way.
Kip wasn’t born in the compound, he and his mother were snatched off the street and imprisoned, his mother was murdered but he did find his mate and master. Kip and Vann mate in secret, they need to keep their true selves hidden until they escape.

This book is much better structured, making it flow easily. I did like the way both Kip and Vann seem to blossom the more of the book I read. The author took her time with both characters, they both slowly came out of their shell, talking out aloud more and touching. The sex was off the scale at times, there is a little BDSM but nothing offensive.
The only fault I do have is the taking over of the compound seemed far too easy. They got in and out with only a small fight.

I want to know more about the Highgate Shifters as I still have a few unanswered questions that i’m hoping will be answered in future books.
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