Review of Big Bad Becker (The Outlier Prophecy #1.5) by Tina Gower

Big Bad Becker

A Behind the Scenes Look at a Werewolf

 

Genre: Paranormal Romance, Paranormal Suspense

Book Length (Est.): 127 Pages

Book Description/Synopsis: 

Ian Becker adjusts to pack life after his co-worker, Kate Hale, makes a generous offer. He’s determined to prevent negative consequences for her, except in his line of work that might be an impossible promise.

This is a 40,000 word novella in The Outlier Prophecies world. This story can be read out of order from the main series. Big Bad Becker takes place between book one, Romancing the Null, and book two, Conditional Probability of Attraction.

Books in The Outlier Prophecies Series:
Romancing the Null (book one)
Conditional Probability of Attraction (book two)
The Werewolf Coefficient (book three)
Standard Deviation of Death (book four)
Shifter Variance (book five ~ fall 2016)

Jennifer’s Review: 

*I received this book free from the author in exchange for an honest review*

If you enjoyed Romancing the Null and Conditional Probability of Attraction then you’ll enjoy seeing how things are from Becker’s POV. I do suggest reading this after book one, otherwise if you read it later then it seems more like a flashback. An ‘oh yeah, I remember that’ will more than likely cross your mind like it did mine.

You don’t really learn any more about the storyline, but you do find out why Becker acts the way he does sometimes and why he attempts to put distance between him and Kate…even though that part never seems to work out as he plans.

Big Bad Becker is a nice addition to the series and it answers a lot of questions about him. Now I’m ready for book five, Shifter Variance.

Jenn 4 Heart

*Clicking on the book cover above will take you to the Amazon purchase page.

 

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