Review: Family Ties by Robin Badillo

Title:Family Ties
Author:Robin Badillo
Series:Under the Texas Moon #1
Release Date: November 13th 2012
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: Paranormal Romance/Erotica
Rating: 2 Hoots
Reviewer: Charity
Buy From: Amazon

Sum It Up! I had a hard time finishing it

Every pack needs an alpha and every alpha needs a pack.
Tucker Wilde, a lone wolf, returns to the town where his shifter lineage first began, only to discover his rightful place as alpha has been handed down through another blood-line. To make matters worse, old family secrets threaten the fate of the love he’s destined to find.
Shifter Tegan Blaid is the key to saving her pack by joining with the son of a powerful pack member, but her heart belongs to Tucker, the one wolf she was never meant to know.
Can Tucker and Tegan fight the forces against them to secure their positions in the pack, or is history determined to repeat itself despite their family ties? (Goodreads)
I don’t like giving bad reviews, but this story is a snoozer. I had a hard time finishing it, I didn’t feel any emotional connection to the characters, several grammar issues, and there was no real climax. Every situation that could have been climatic was smoothed over in a “perfect world” type of way. Everyone just loves everyone, the bad guy isn’t bad because he doesn’t have a set of balls to his name, the world is just awesome…or so this story portrays. The bare bones idea might have been a good one if the execution was better.

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