Defy the Future by Keira Andrews

We finally see how Adam and Parker are living their lives on Salvation island. However, there are still some difficulties and danger, but Adam and Parker refuse to back down. Together I feel like these two can survive anything their horrible world throws at them.

From the Defy the Future blurb:

To protect their pack, they must risk everything.

Adam and Parker are finally safe.

As safe as they can be in a world where the zombie-like infected still roam the night. With other survivors, they’ve built a community—a pack.

Until that peace is shattered.

How far will Adam and Parker go for family—and each other?

Defy the Future is a steamy gay romance from Keira Andrews featuring werewolves, found family, and of course a happy ending.

SNik's review:

Third in series (Kick at the Darkness), must be read in order. Apocalyptic horror/paranormal. Established couple. Hurt/comfort. Found family. Dual POV. 

Set a few years after the last book, Adam and Parker are settled on Salvation Island with their found family. While Parker is still dealing with his PTSD, Adam still craves his full shift to his wolf form. Parker still struggles with trusting any new residents, and when a new pack appears, Parker is waiting for something bad to happen, and Adam is always his constant source of calm and strength. 

This book was just as tense and anxiety ridden as the previous ones, with Adam and Parker’s commitment holding strong while they face danger. Not knowing which new characters to trust and how Parker can protect Adam when it seems the wolves are being targeted was such a roller coaster. And Adam comes through again as the ultimate boyfriend/mate in his absolute dedication to Parker.

Such a great conclusion for this series, honestly I could keep reading about Adam and Parker whether facing hazards together, or just picking oranges and living in their island community.

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