Addie by Raven Kennedy – A Book Review

Posted August 22, 2019 by Booksandblurbs in PNR, Reverse Harem, Reviews / 1 Comment

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Addie

(Pack of Misfits – Book 1)

by Raven Kennedy
My rating: 4.5 of 5 stars

PNR, Fast Burn RH, Stand-Alone-Within-Series
Available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited 

Down and Dirty

Fantastic addition to this talented Author’s portfolio – and to your eReader! Fast, fun and heated, it’s a HEA you won’t want to miss. Free on Kindle Unlimited.

What is it about?

(Blurb from GoodReads)

I live with a pack of misfit shifters.

Freaks. Rogues. Oddballs. Prey. Runts. Deformed. We’re all welcome in Pack Aberrant.

We aren’t going to be winning any popularity contests, but our hodgepodge bunch is more loyal than even the strongest pred packs. I should know. I grew up in one of them. As soon as they realized I was different, I was despised, even by my own family.

So I left, joined Pack Aberrant, and I’ve steered clear of alpha pred assholes ever since. Until my heatwave hits, and I accidentally jump three coyote shifters in a parking lot. Whoopsie.

Once they realize what my animal is, they’re gonna kick me to the curb just like every other pred shifter has. And my old pack? They come back to haunt me.

I’m unwanted by the three hotties, threatened by my old pack, and to top it all off, I have to find a new job because I attacked a bank robber. Accidentally.

Being a misfit really sucks sometimes.


Author’s Note:

This was originally released as a short story in the Shifting Destiny anthology. It has now been expanded into a full-length novel. Puns still included. 

Addie’s story is book one in the Pack of Misfits series. Every book will be a standalone for that character, but a continuation of the Pack Aberrant story. Book one is a reverse harem with multiple love interests with the main character. However, this is NOT a reverse harem series. Some main characters in this series will have monogamous relationships. 

*This is intended for ages 18 and older due to sexual content and strong language.

Thoughts on Addie

I love Raven Kennedy – the characters she creates are strangely relatable, be they messed up Cupids or dubious shifters. This book is ripe with the latter, introducing a pack of mismatched and misfit shifters who’ve found a home – and their strength – together. Add in a suprise mate bond (or 3), a rival pack and prejudice that is animal deep and you’ve got another winner for this talented author. Love it!

Favorite Lines

I’m more of an indoors-with-air-conditioning kind of worker myself. (2%)
This guy is higher than the waistband on mom jeans. (6%)
Pretty sure my virtue just took off her bra and flashed the camera during spring break. (24%)

Pros:

  • Funny!!
  • The puns…. gosh, the puns!
  • Everyone makes mistakes, they can enlighten us without defining us.
  • Stand alone within larger series.
  • HEA.
  • Bloody hot!!!

Cons:

  • Attitudes man… ugh!

Perspective

First Person, Multiple POV

Ending Type

HEA

Rating

NC-17 to XXX

Romantic Dynamic

MMMF

Character Age Range

22 +

Verdict

4.5 out of 5 Stars

Loved this book and most everything about it. From unusual shifters to changing attitudes, this is a novel you are sure to enjoy – and cheer for. Free on KU!

Published May 27th, 2019

241 Pages

Please note, this is a Reverse Harem novel (she does not have to choose between her love interests) which features alternative romantic dynamics and sexual themes more suited to an adult audience. #WhyChoose

If you enjoyed this review of Addie, please consider checking out a few of my other articles.

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Your Turn

What are you reading today? Have you read Addie yet? How about other books by Raven Kennedy? Which is your favorite? Leave a comment, I would love to talk!

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