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Tommy Morgan's life was turned upside down at the hands of his Alpha. Now, another one is claiming to be his mate. He's not ready to jump into a relationship with anyone, still suffering from nightmares due to the abuse he experienced. Instead, Tommy moves in with his brother, Declan, hoping for the space he needs to heal.

Pennaeth Alpha Benjamin Taylor has his hands full dealing with all the packs across Australia. When he finds his young mate battered and bloody, he knows Tommy is going to need time to recover and come to terms with everything. Ben is more than willing to give his mate anything he needs. Even if that means them living apart for now.

When passion finally ignites with unexpected consequences, Ben knows he'll do anything, fight anyone, to keep his mate safe.

©2014 Toni Griffin (P)2016 Toni Griffin

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Big Ben finds his Mate!

Would you consider the audio edition of Ben to be better than the print version?

Haven't read it so I can't say, what I can say is I'm loving listening to these stories, Nick Flint is doing an amazing job bringing the characters to life.

What other book might you compare Ben to and why?

The first book in this series. Same Pack, characters and narrator.

Have you listened to any of Nick Flint’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

Yes, and this one was just as good.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

It was and I did!

Any additional comments?

This book was a bit more intense than the first in the series. I liked the threat, though when it was finally dealt with, I thought it was a touch anti-climactic. I LOVED the way Ben was so gentle, a gentle giant really, with his mate... waiting until he was ready to complete their bond. So patient and yet, kind, loving and gentle with Tommy who has been through so much. One thing that bugged me, every time Ben said it I cringed a little, when he calls Tommy "Pup" still, I cannot wait to listen to the next book, Corey.

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love the series

I love the first installment in the second installment of this series, can't wait for the others I highly recommend this series and this author Toni Griffin. the story between Ben and Tom so sweet, after Tommy gets beaten by his last alpha, he must overcome great obstacles like trust and fear to be with his mate

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it is great

love the story so much i have t cep going on with the series it is to good

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  • Donald
  • Louisville, Georgia, United States
  • 06-21-17

Cute...

A cute story, where patience is rewarded and love endures. The second installment of the Atherton Pack series was a continuation from #1 with Tommy and Alpha Ben. I really enjoyed the journey they took to getting to the point of appreciating one another. However, the little adventure that was thrust into the story was a bit contrived and not really necessary. Nick Flint did a good job narrated this story. Enjoyed reading/listening.

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Narrator needs to slow down

This story is what happens when the writer decides to write from a check list.
Virgin Twink? check
has to be rescued by big strong hero? check
falls in love? check
Big fuss being made over being a virgin and how nobody else will touch him? Check
Even the Mpreg is predictable.
The entire plot has some major holes in it, and the subplot only introduces more holes into it.
In all, not a bad book, quick, mindless fun, but not something you'd recommend to somebody who doesn't like the genre.
The Narrator spoke quickly, not poorly. You could tell that he was an excellent narrator, but I probably would have enjoyed it a lot more if he had slowed down just a touch.

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Not my cuppa. Maybe if there had been anything in the story to suggest how that's even possible, it would have been ok. But mpreg books generally don't. And the story cut off way too soon with a lead in to the next one. Maybe there will be something about Tommy's pregnancy and birth in the next book, but I didn't like it enough to try any others in this series.