Thomas’ race is dying. To protect those left, the Elders create a safe haven. However, the safety of their sanctuary is threatened by the cause of their kind’s decline. A human. But, she’s not like the rest; and despite his hatred of humans, Thomas wants her for his own.
When females start dying while trying to reach safety, Thomas realizes it’s no longer just humans who pose a threat, but desperate males. Thomas must secure his place at Charlene’s side as leader of sanctuary, or everything they’ve worked together to build will crumble, and any hope of a future for Thomas’s race will die.
Thomas…We’ve known about Thomas since book 1. He’s the pack leader and his wife Charlene is the heart and soul of the pack, even though she’s human. In (Un)Bidden we learned how they met and the things that happened through her eyes, and in this one, we get in his head. And like with the other books in her series, the companion books follow closely with the Jot6 book, BUT not everything is as the women thought. Also, huge difference in this book is we are getting a lot of background information on the werewolves themselves and the plot overall is THICKENING like WHOA!
I’m not sure what all to say because these characters are beginning to feel like family to me. If you count all the books there are now 9 of them. And Thomas and Charlene factor in EVERY-SINGLE-ONE. So, the world is growing and we’re being fed information gradually until now knowing what I know so far (which isn’t much because it’s only the next book, (Dis)Content), things are about to come to a head. This makes me both anxious and fearful of what’s coming.
Thomas isn’t who I thought he’d be. I really was surprised by his side of things and I was doubly surprised by the amount of restraint he showed considering they didn’t really have as ‘civil’ a pack as there is now. At least by human standards. But he stayed the course and true to himself and I loved watching him go from the foundation of what a good leader SHOULD be to being a great leader. I also liked that we could get some in Grey’s head. I really do like that elder.
I’m going to leave you with a little bit of advice, since I’ve already posted a huge wall of text. Read the books together. It makes the reading experience so full and rich. Or read Jot6 book 1 and then its companion, then Jot6 book 2 and then its companion. But don’t read all of the Jot6 books, THEN start on the companions. You could…but you’d miss out just how awesome they are together.
Hey guys! A here with my thoughts on Thomas’ Heart by Melissa Haag. This is the 4th book in the Judgment of the Six companion Novels, and It’s even more amazing than the last one (which I don’t even know how that’s possible!)
This is so much more than an alternative POV. One of my absolute favorite things about these stories is how much they add to the women’s books. I love a good strong heroine, but in alternate POVs their men can sometimes come off looking weak by comparison. The men in these books keep their strength and “alphaness” because they have so much knowledge the Judgments don’t.
Thomas’ story has SUCH a different feel from Charlene’s. It’s a bit darker and more intense. It in no way feels like the same book…… And I LOVED it! There are some revelations in this book that will knock your socks off.
If you’re someone who doesn’t like to “waste your money” on alternative POV books, this is a series that will make you eat your words! Melissa does a phenomenal job of making the books their own story and yet she somehow manages to make them follow the original plot as well. There’s no way I could give this one anything less than 🌮🌮🌮🌮🌮
Melissa Haag currently resides in Wisconsin with her husband and three children. Touch was her first published novel. She is currently working on book five of the Judgement of the Six Series…along with several other new books.
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Judgement of the Six in order:
(Sur)real **no set release date**
Judgement of the Six Companion series:
Thomas’ Heart **Releasing 11-22-16**
Carlos Peace **Releasing 2-14-17**