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Ben: The Atherton Pack, Book 2 Free read ☆ 106 ´ Still suffering from nightmares due to the abuse he endured at the hands of his previous Alpha Tommy Morgan is trying to come to terms with life and a newly found mateThe last thing Benjamin Taylor Panneath Alpha of Australia expected to find was his other half bloody and broken at thStill suffering from nightmares due to the abuse he endured at the hands of his previous Alpha Tommy Morgan is trying to come to terms with life and a newly found mateThe last thing Benjamin. 35 starsHurtcomfort with the added bonus of mpreg

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Taylor Panneath Alpha of Australia expected to find was his other half bloody and broken at the hands of another Alpha Now months later Ben is than happy just to sit at his mate’s side whil. Overall book rating 25Audio Book Nick Flint 4Book Cover 35 I just can’t get into this at the moment I like the shifter idea I love how Ben is patient with Tommy and I love how possessive they get but I can’t “FEEL” it Maybe I’m just to into the deeper stuff at the moment Gonna stop for now because I’m not giving it a fair chance when I feel like thisI have to say I get a really big pain in the ass from books that make pregnant people seem pathetic and hopeless and that tipped the scales for me here as well I like mpreg but I don’t like the “I’m dying and my hormones are so unstable” shit Sorry guys Not even in a MF You are NOT dying from morning sickness every single pregnant person survives it Appologies ;

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Ben The Atherton Pack Book 2E he gets his life together again and begins to accept their matingThreatening e mails though set to put a hold on their happiness as someone wants revenge for the death of Alpha Kegan Wallis. The Atherton pack as small as it is located in a remote place in Australia is uickly becoming one of my favorite packs Liam the beta and Declan a fugitive from another pack’s cruel alpha have mated in book one and this time it is Declan’s younger brother Tommy who needs to figure out how to relate to his mate Ben who is Atherton’s alpha as well as the Pennaeth Alpha of all of Australia With Tommy almost beaten to death by his old alpha the same one Declan ran from Ben needs to be patient and give Tommy time to recover Not an easy feat but his ability to wait and support Tommy in is recovery made me admire Ben all the This is unuestionably a story about destined mates but they both go about it with sensitivity and logic before they allow the underlying passion to bloom And once it does Oh boyTommy has not had it easy Almost beaten to death now in a strange place he is confronted with a powerful mate And even though Tommy knows this man is different both his instincts and his brother Declan tell him so it takes a while for him to heal and to come out of his shell Once he decides enough is enough and refuses to live in fear any longer he manages to take his fate into his own hands Mostly The one thing he had not counted on was the effects of being claimed by Ben during the new moonBen is a busy man but as soon as he finds his mate and knows Tommy needs his help and support he spends as much time as possible at the man’s side He even moves into Declan’s house where Tommy is staying for the time being Taking care of Tommy after his almost nightly nightmares is all he can do in the beginning but as Tommy gains self confidence that turns into And when the conseuences of mating during the new moon become undeniable Ben turns into an even considerate mateIf you like werewolves who are able and willing to show their softer side even if only around their mates if two men who know they are destined for each other still need to take the time to know each other before they jump into bed and if you’re looking for a cute sweet read with many “hot moments” then you will probably like this novellaNOTE This book was provided by Mischief Corner Books for the purpose of a review on Rainbow Book Reviews