Sorry, Charlie (Poconos Pack # 3)

By Dana Marie Bell

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Synopsis

Charlie Lowe is going crazy. Why does her mate run from her? Is it her hair? The fact that she’s a Lion to his Wolf? Or are her family connections driving him away? If she didn’t know better, she’d think he was allergic to cats.

Ted Pedrozo loves his fiery Lioness with his whole being. But mating the sister of the Leo? That’s a big hairy deal. What if the Leo—or worse, Charlie—finds out he’s just a dork in wolf’s clothing? Ted never shies away from the tough jobs, but this time he steers clear…until she pounces on him like a catnip toy.

A little flirting, a lot of innuendo, and one dire threat of blackmail later, Charlie has her mate. And, wonder of wonders, he and the laid-back Sebastian Lowe hit it off. 

The Leo’s chief bodyguard, on the other hand, won’t be convinced Ted is worthy until he’s passed a few tests. Or made Charlie sorry she chose him.

Review

There’s not much I can say about SORRY, CHARLIE, other than it’s a novella in the Poconos Pack series and is the story of Ted and Charlie.  Despite being short, I really liked geeky Ted (who reminds me of my hubby) and the story is laced with the usual humour you will find throughout Dana’s shifter series.  I have to be honest, it took me a while to remember who Charlie was and despite reading all the books in the Halle Pumas, Halle Shifters and Poconos Pack series, I didn’t realise she was the Leo’s sister.  Ted I don’t remember at all.  I guess this is what happens when multiple series are connected; it’s difficult to remember all the players involved.

SORRY, CHARLIE is part of a series and cannot be read as a stand-alone.  It’s also linked to the Halle Shifter series, so if you haven’t read that series first, you won’t understand the backstory regarding the threat to the shifter community.  SORRY, CHARLIE is told in dual POVs and being that it’s a novella, it’s a really quick and rushed read.

Sorry, Charlie (Poconos Pack # 3)

My Rating:  4 Hearts

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