Jetta (Pack of Misfits #3) by Raven Kennedy
I’m kind of a bitch, but you would be too if you had my life.
I was taken as a baby and trained to become an elite member of Troupe Delirium. My time with them is as permanent as the damn collar on my neck. Until Heathcliff helps me escape.
I have nothing but the clothes on my back and the good sense to get as far away as I can. But then I stumble into someone else’s territory and get snagged by a shifter-happy cop who brings me to a pack.
Pack Aberrant. The only shifter pack in the world that would actually be willing to help me. Before I know it, I’m getting attached to an enforcer and I’m fighting for these misfits who somehow thawed my heart.
But I know better. My old master is coming for me, and Heathcliff…I can’t ever really move on without Heathcliff. I guess I won’t really need to, though. There’s no way I’m making it out of this alive.
Author’s Note: This is book 3 in the Pack of Misfits series. Every story is a stand-alone, but it is best if you start with Addie’s book. Each book will have a different mate dynamic. (M/F, RH, or Menage.) Intended for mature audiences 18 years and older. Expect a take-no-shit female, humor, heat, and plenty of action. This one is a wild ride.
Title: Jetta (Pack of Misfits #3)
Author: Raven Kennedy
Publication Date: April 6th, 2020
Shelves: Contemporary; Romance; Paranormal;
Format: Kindle (486 pages)
Just WOW. Jetta’s story was so complex and beautifully written. She is a broken person and we finally find out just how much.
Raven Kennedy did a fine job by showing her soft and hard edges.
Jetta has been a rogue from Troupe Delirium, where she was owned by a very bad man. He was actually torturing all the people in the troupe. All her life, she only knew this way of living and now she needs to go on her own and discover a brand-new world.
How can she do that when Heathcliff exchanged his life for her escape. She has to run and all while asking herself is he is still alive. And now she’s heartbroken and alone.
During this, she finds herself taken by the pack of Misfits and she soon finds out that Jericho is more than she wants to believe. And her guilt of leaving Cliff behind nearly breaks her. But Jericho knows her and wants her despite her feelings for Cliff. He encourages her to live and love. Both of them.
All this makes an abrupt stop when her owner wants one last performance of her, while betting the life of Cliff and a baby shifter of the pack.
I was questioning myself how can Jericho deal with how strong of a character Jetta truly is, but the author managed to equal everything.
I fell in love with this pack and I cannot wait to see who is next. With little hints of who might be what, the chase is fun.
As a last note, I was excited to find out Zen, a character for the Paranormal Prison Series makes an appearance. It’s fun to read an author and connect the dots.