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Publisher's Summary

Pack Law states she must have more than one mate.

Like hell.

Rather than be forced into a mating with more than one man, Dana flees the pack. Flees everything she knows, everyone she loves. She lives on the run and can't seem to find happiness.

All that changes the day her first love, Nathan, finds her and brings her back home. He's not letting her go, not again. As alpha, he now makes the rules and he's decided to hell with the laws, he wants Dana.

Except Dana's changed since she left. Maybe the pack ways aren't so bad after all, and when she decides to accept fate...she finds love times three.

©2011 Eve Langlais (P)2017 Audible, Inc.

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Love it!

This is the first of the pack series that I have read. I figured it would be good because I have read the freakin shifter series from this author. Whew. It was scorching. A couple twists I did not see coming, and some I did. Super steamy, will possibly make you blush. The narrator did a good job, and once I got used to how she vocalized the male voices it was a easy listen. Overall, awesome listen.

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  • Emelia
  • Beaumont, TX
  • 12-04-18

narrator...eh...

I wasn't fond of this narrator at all. Her flow/pauses are weird, the male voice is weird, and the speech patterns are just wrong for this story. imagine if twilight's Bella and shatner had a baby. very stilted. very. stilted.....

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Defying Pack Law

Wow, listen to this book almost brought me to tears on more than one occasion. It’s well written and the narration is the best. This story had my on the edge the whole time til the very end.

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Eve has done it again and it is an amazing red

So much can happen inside of this book. Twists, turns, ups and downs. Your emotions will get the better of you during certain parts of the book. The narration was done so well she just kept you from saying not now I need the tissues. Everything about this book is five star.

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I can’t stand the narrators voice

I would like this book if there was a different narrator. She comes across as disingenuous when she reads the happier times. When her voice is high pitch and giddy it really pulls me out of the story. As well as when she reads the males lines it sounds like she’s trying too hard. It sounds like she has a cold or something. I couldn’t get into it and wish I could get back what I spent on it.

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Diana's Wolfy Harem 🐺

Rating: 4/5
Heat Rating: 4/5
Narrator Performance: 3.5/5

DEFYING PACK LAW is a Reverse Harem book that was written before RH became a subgenre. Back when it was originally published in 2011, ménage à trois/quatre and polyamory books were rather new to the scene just like e-publishers and the indie author boom. With that being said, Eve Langlais can easily be called one of the trail blazers of the genre and this book is a prime example of that.

This book had lots of positives and few negatives. Here's what I thought...

Positives
The world building - While the off balanced ratio of male to female wolves isn't exactly original, Langlais put her own twist on it. The laws she created in her world make it stand out amongst the others. I enjoyed the fact that she made sure her readers understood the worst and the best situations that those laws could generate.

Dana's get away strategies - Dana was on the run for 12 years. It takes a lot of planning to keep one step ahead of those looking for her.

John - He was my favorite character. He's thoughtful and has this solid assurance and supportive vibe going on. Plus his response to Dana's surprising choice and the determined yet giving (if that makes sense to you) way he handled the situation was awesome.

The surprising twist as far as who the main antagonist was.

Negatives
The main antagonist - While yes there was a twist involved in the big reveal it was only halfway a surprise. The unsurprising part was predictable from the moment that the leader was mentioned.

About the narrator...
This is the first performance of Natasha Soudek's that I've listened to. I'm a bit conflicted as to how I feel about her. She was better than average I can say that much. However there were little bits here and there that I feel could have used improvement.

Contains m/f, m/f/m and m/f/m/m sex scenes with no sword crossings 😉

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An interesting read

Dana ran away from her pack when she was a teenager because she didn't want to follow the pack law of multiple mates. She leaves behind the boy that she loves when she runs. Of course being on her own causes problems. She is an unmated female. She has to defend herself against every male that wants to claim her.

I like that Dana is a strong woman. She won't submit to the pack just because they say so.

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It was ok

The story used a lot of words I didn’t care for..if it had been worded a little more, delicate? I would have enjoyed it more, and I didn’t quite care for the way she did men’s voices. Plot was good though!

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hot, hot and omg.

I really enjoyed it and it was a little different from the others I had heard, double your pleasures Owe no how about triple yep,yep, yep.

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The wolves

I enjoyed this book but it felt undeveloped and full of missed opportunities to be a better book.

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  • kimmyjo
  • 03-06-18

ok read

when I started reading this book I was unsure due to the narrator because she sounds like and elderly woman which I've got no problem with just for this type of book it felt like my mum was reading it to me at first but as I got in to the story line I was able to get past that an I did enjoy the story I liked the strong female character and the boys too ...I did find the story rushed at some points an the epilogue could of do with been longer .....I now my review seems more negative I wasn't aiming for that and I don't like to give negative reviews but if these point where sorted (more the narrator) it would be a good read