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  • A powerful story about power, grief, and loss

    I received a free arc of this book in exchange for an honest review and am leaving a review voluntarily. This is a book that says so much about leadership. It says so much about power. In this book, power is not only a reward, but a burden. It's a burden to carry. It's a weighty responsibility. And yes, it comes with some perks, but ultimately it is a grueling and lonely job. This is a short novella that packs in so many tough themes. We have themes of grief and themes of guilt. Themes of family, identity, and healing from trauma. I loved the decision to use a completely new POV for the 3rd book in this series. We get this entirely new storyline and we get to see the Bloodlines world through a new set of eyes. Killian is a haunted soul and one that I felt so connected to. He struggles under the burden of being of alpha. Yet he needs his pack. They need him and he needs them and it is a beautiful symbiotic relationship. This entire novella could be an allegory for power exchange and the complicated dynamics of leadership and submission. The visceral ways the different bonds of the pack are described were just incredibly. I loved how the bonds are described as something so physical, knocking Killian off his feet, tearing into his ribs. And there is the way the bonds of his different betas feel different to him, the bond of his original beta like braided rope and the bond of Aselin like silk. It was this level of detail and the blending of the emotional with the physical that really adds a layer of depth and nuance that I've never seen done in the werewolf genre before. This is a breathtaking world with complicated characters. Another great ending hook! I can't wait to jump right into book 4! (Also, the length of the books is perfect. It's so nice to be able to tear through each novella so quickly, and even with each book being so short, a LOT of meat is packed into them: I'm talking plot, character development, werewolf mythos, all of it).

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