Monday, January 4, 2016

Review: Driven by Kelley Armstrong

Cains are known for being big, brutish and not-too-bright. The mutt clan embodies all the supernatural world’s worst stereotypes about werewolves. But not even the Cains deserve to be hunted down and skinned like animals.

When young Davis Cain comes to the Pack for help, Alpha Elena Michaels can’t refuse him. It isn’t about morality or justice. It’s about not letting anyone think they can do this to werewolves and get away with it.

But Elena is also dealing with the Pack’s homegrown monster—Malcolm Danvers, onetime enforcer, full-time psycho. Malcolm is now under Elena’s control, as part of the most difficult decision she’s had to make as leader. But if she has to let Malcolm in, she’s going to make full use of him…and the best person to catch monsters is one who knows exactly how they think.

It's been awhile since I read a story about Elena and the werewolves and I was especially tickled with this one. We got to catch up with what every one was up to. I really liked that Malcolm Danvers asked to brought back into the fold. He's a jerk but by the end I came of the conclusion that Karma is a bitch and he got what was coming to him. He makes a perfect tool. and Elena is right to use him. It was good to see that not all the Cain's are TSTL. some of them are worth helping. i liked Davis. He wasn't the sharpest tool in the shed but he was alright. And OMG Elena's and Clay's children. I loved them and I can't wait till they get grown and we can get their story.  Of course this was a great story with plenty of action. I was given this book via Netgalley in exchange for a fair and honest review and I give it 5 stars.

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