Review: Bitten By Fate (Regent's Park Pack #6) by Annabelle Jacobs

Daryl plays with fire and gets burned by fate…

Former Primrose Pack member Jason Black happily accepted his role as beta in the new Regent’s Hill pack, knowing that merging the two was the best decision for everyone involved. Daryl Easton is loyal and honest but wary of change. The joining of the two packs wasn’t his preferred outcome, and he’s struggling to see all the newcomers as pack, including those now working alongside him.

When the alpha council proposes a two-week pack-building course to help improve troubled relationships, Jason and Daryl are sent along as backup. It soon becomes clear that the unit members and their betas won’t be the only ones taking part in tasks—Daryl and Jason will have challenges of their own to complete.

With the full moon adding to the rising tension, emotions are volatile, and tempers flare among the unit members. Jason and Daryl become closer than either of them expected, but with such opposing views on relationships, a messy outcome seems inevitable unless Daryl can let go of the past.

Bitten By Fate is the conclusion to the RPP series and a fitting one with the pack finally becoming whole again after all the upheaval of incorporating the Primrose pack.

I thoroughly enjoyed all the pack building exercises and seeing how they let old grievances go to once again become a fully integrated pack under Cam. Ms. Jacobs did a great job of involving some of the previous and beloved characters. Alec is and always will be my favorite and I loved his part in this story with his ubiquitous grumpiness. 😍

Daryl and Jason are the focus of this installment and they too are bridging the divide between the packs in a sense with Jason being a former beta of the Primrose pack and Daryl having been a trusted beta in Cam's pack for a while now.

They having seemingly been singled out by the Alpha Council to engage in a series of trust exercises which appear rather more a thinly disguised matchmaking agenda than pack building but it did build the tension between them.

I liked them both individually, but I never really invested in them as a couple and I thought the push/pull was overlong, though I did understand Daryl's perspective for the most part.

Nevertheless, if you're a fan of the series then Bitten By Fate is a worthwhile read.

A review copy was provided in exchange for an honest review.

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