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My Treasure to Keep

The Cloverleah Pack, Book 12
Narrated by: John York
Series: Cloverleah Pack Series, Book 12
Length: 7 hrs and 45 mins
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Summary

Thomas, paid enforcer in the Cloverleah Pack, was carrying a lot of guilt. He still believed he was to blame for letting Wesley get targeted by the dark elves, almost causing a rift in Cathair and Marius's mating. 

The alpha Kane told him it wasn't his fault, and Cathair and Marius came through the experience battered but not broken, but Thomas still felt as though he had to prove his worth to himself and the pack. He spends many hours patrolling long after the rest of the pack had gone to bed, determined to do something worthwhile. 

It was on one of those patrol nights that he hears a ruckus outside the territory wards. Dithering as to whether he should help or not, he gets the surprise of his life when his true mate falls right through the magic designed to keep everyone not pack, out. 

Ivan was carrying secrets, the main one tucked up in his battered backpack. After a six-month-long mission to find the Cloverleah pack, he was as surprised as the next man when he fell onto pack grounds and into the arms of his true mate. Unfortunately, other pack members, still emotionally scarred by Wesley's betrayal, didn't view his "break in" quite so favorably, and Ivan ends up in the Cloverleah cells. 

Meanwhile, the dark elves are getting closer and more brazen in their efforts to ensnare the Cloverleah pack. Pack tensions are running high, and something needs to be done...and soon. Through it all, Thomas and Ivan have to navigate their mating and learn to trust in each other. 

Secrets will hit the light of day, and life for the Cloverleah pack may never be the same. As for Thomas and Ivan, time is running out for them, too. 

A chance arrow, a ray of sunshine - will it mean Ivan and Thomas will get their HEA? Or will they fall at the last hurdle along with the rest of the Cloverleah pack?

This is best listened to as part of a series.

©2018 Lisa Oliver (P)2019 Lisa Oliver

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  • 10-01-20

Excellent story

I loved the book and was really happy to find this finally released yesterday. It's a shame that On the Brink and Don't Tempt Fate are still to be released on Audible.

The narrator still leaves a lot to be desired with his narration, mispronounciation and poor Teilo, who is still 'Telio'!

I definitely prefer Derrick McClain who narrated The Biker's Omega.

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  • 10-01-20

Great as always.

The only thing is the narrator pronounces words wrong throughout the series and the Boston/New York accent for cathair is just weird. Other then that I love it. Lisa Oliver’s stories are always amazing. She’s auto buy for me.

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