Friday, January 8, 2021

Prey (Blackwater Pack #2) by Hannah McBride ~ Now Available, Review & Teasers


That was then…

After escaping her birth pack, being kidnapped, and nearly dying on the mountain, Skye has found a home in Blackwater. Surrounded by friends and family, and her mate, she's ready for her final semester at Granite Peak Academy to be a lot quieter, and a lot more uneventful, than last year.

…this is now

When shifters from the academy are taken, Skye and her pack are forced to return to Blackwater. With the Spring Summit looming, Skye will finally have to face the demons of her past if she wants to have a life with Remy.

Things aren’t what they seem

Skye is done running and ready to fight for her future. She'll do whatever it takes to protect the ones she loves ... even if the threat is from someone she trusts.

PREY is the second book in the Blackwater Pack series, and should be read in order:


#1.5: BROKEN

*It contains scenes and themes not suitable for younger readers, including bullying, abuse, and sexual themes/scenes. Recommended age: 17+


Strong hands slid around my waist, pulling me against a hard chest. The body behind me fell into step with my body as I danced, fitting us together like two pieces of a puzzle.


I inhaled deeply, relaxing against him. His steady heartbeat thumped against my back as his large hands settled low on my hips.

“Having fun?” I could feel the words rumble from his chest, hear the smile in his voice.

“More fun now,” I admitted truthfully, lifting an arm and looping it around his neck, keeping his mouth close to my ear.

His lips grazed the side of my throat. A full body shiver rippled through me as I pulled him closer.

“When can we leave?” he asked, his voice definitely huskier. He rocked his hips into mine, and it was all I could do not to grab his hand and drag him out of the room now.

“Soon,” I managed to get out. His hips rolled against my ass again. I swallowed audibly. “Definitely soon.”

Remy spun me around in his arms so fast I almost lost my footing. He steadied me with sure hands, his full mouth lifting into a soft smile that almost made my knees buckle again. The white of his thin henley was a vivid contrast to his tanned skin.

I wound my arms around his neck, pressing my chest to his, arching into his touch. His hands slid down my hips slowly, his eyes on mine the whole time, gauging me for any reaction.

My eyes slid shut as his hands slid into the back pockets of my jeans, and he pulled me closer by sliding a thigh between mine. His hands squeezed my ass through the denim.

Holy shit.

“This okay?” he asked softly.

My eyes snapped open, and I nodded so fast I probably looked like a bobble head doll.

His eyes glittered. “Good.”

I tilted my head up, not giving a damn that Katy was still dancing near us or that we were in the middle of a group of people.

I wanted his mouth on mine now.

About the author

Hannah McBride has been many things in her life - a manager, a clinical research coordinator, a dreamer, a makeup brand ambassador, an event coordinator, a blogger, and more. But at heart, she's always been a writer, and in 2020 she decided to make it official with her first release, SANCTUM.

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From the moment that I met Skye, I loved her.  She is a survivor.  Strong and determine, she just makes me so proud.  Then there is Remy.  Oh Remy.  True north.  He is one of my very favorite book boyfriends.  And he is perfect for Skye.

Yes, these characters are amazing.  They are real to me.  Friends that I can't wait to catch up with.  And boy do I want to catch-up with them after I finished Prey.  I need more.  More Skye and Remy.  More Lark and Rhodes.  More Tate, Dante and Ryder (yes 3).  More of so many secondary characters.

This is such an amazing paranormal shifter series.  Shifters are my favorite, it's true.  But I dare you to start this series and not become addicted.  It's just that good.  The story is amazing.  That ending was brutal.  I need more.  I may never want to leave this group of friends.  Updates on their lives will always interest me.  It's just that good.

Great characters, great writing, great story telling all this make this a must read series.  I highly recommend Prey but make sure you have read Sanctum first.  So good.

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