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The object of Parker Montgomery's crush is big man on campus Colton Butler, who is much more than he appears to be.Colton has been watching Parker from a distance, patiently waiting for the day when he will finally be able to claim his destined mate.When Parker is threatened by a rogue wolf, Colton's instincts take over and he finds that his actions have consequences thatThe object of Parker Montgomery's crush is big man on campus Colton Butler, who is much more than he appears to be.Colton has been watching Parker from a distance, patiently waiting for the day when he will finally be able to claim his destined mate.When Parker is threatened by a rogue wolf, Colton's instincts take over and he finds that his actions have consequences that threaten to tear his pack apart....

Title : Timber Pack Chronicles
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ISBN : 9781626330078
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Number of Pages : 252 Pages
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Timber Pack Chronicles Reviews

  • Julio Genao
    2018-09-19 17:30

    a glistening turd of a novel as redolently vile as it is girthily stupid unbelievably full of poisonous ideas i think it may actually retard your ability to be a kind and loving takes every hateful red-flag of abusive and misogynistic relationships, fetishizes them, and then clumsily wraps them up in stilted, simplistic prose about as nuanced as a middle-grade book report.bizarre and disgusting details stuck in my mind as i read: steaming vegetables in the microwave means you don't love your son; only whores carry condoms; sluts deserve to go crazy and die.naturally, all the idiotic characters and heinous dialogue and appallingly psychotic ethics on display in this Tome of Dafuqery did not immediately quell the imperatives of my libido.which is to say: it was hot as least, at first.i'd fapped five times before the oppressive weight of such staggering horseshit crushed-out what little pleasure there was to be found in as pathetic and virulent a tale as this. [ETA a year later: but not for long.]which is suits my bleak sense of irony that the endless scenes of neolithic boyfucking were the only instances of wholesome entertainment in the entire book.15/2/2015: *retroactively added a star in gratitude for helping me rediscover my sex drive after a personal setback. i'm talking about a full-on fapapalooza i am not even certain is officially concluded just yet*2/9/2015: *retroactively adds yet another star because let's be real i've returned to this fucking thing to fap my brains out four different times since i first read it and i am nothing if not honest*

  • Emma Sea
    2018-10-16 19:28

    *reader advisory* review contains TMI Look, I'm just gonna go ahead and give this a five. It's not literature, there's more sex than character development, I've actually read that exact same plot before elsewhere, but something about it . . . maybe it was how tired I was, how hard I'd been working, the fact it was a one-handed read (three times) . . . well, I just loved it. Loved it. Hairy, furry Colton, tiny lithe tight Parker, the hooded cocks, the hot loads of lava-temperature cum, the thick tubes, the pissing, the Ghostbusters joke . . . I loved it all. It's I, Omega: the Teenage Years. Bypassed brain stem, went directly to clitoris.

  • Heather K (dentist in my spare time)
    2018-10-17 14:31

    Okay, this book is HOT. Like the kind of hot that needs to be written as hawt or hotttttt. However, it was also kind of racist, sexist, and slut-shamey... which was a bummer. And the sex scenes became so monotonous that I kind of skipped a few towards the end. But most of the book was smuttastically fabulous so... *shrugs*

  • ~✡~Dαni(ela) ♥ ♂♂ love & semi-colons~✡~
    2018-10-18 19:21

    I almost DNF. YA wolfy smut? Sure, I'll pay a buck for that. Sadly, this book is not worth a buck. The characters are one-dimensional, and there is no relationship development, just sex. And more sex. After the tenth blow job, I was yawning. Forget world building. Forget a PLOT. A dishtowel is more interesting than Parker, and Colton comes across like a possessive psycho stalker. But he does wait until Parker is 18 before claiming him. Noble, that.This story brims with casual sexism and racism. The main female character, Parker's friend Shell, is a black woman who gets herself knocked up and seems to have a vocabulary limited to: boo, girl, and Hooker. Her "mocha" skin is referred to time and time again. Every character of color is reduced to a shade of coffee. Truly disgusting. And the writing, good lord, the writing; there is no finesse here, no art. The language is simplistic and vulgar. I feel like I smelled something rancid.

  • Sophia Triad
    2018-10-13 18:24

    This is a very simple shifters story, but it is really sweet. All the main characters are teenagers, still in school. Parker is almost 18 years old and he has a major crush on Colton who is the star of the school football team. Parker is the team mascot and he is incredible shy. He cannot imagine that a guy like Colton would be interested in him. What he does not know is that Colton is also a werewolf and that his two best friends and team members are also werewolves. The school and the little town are parts of the Forest View Pack’s territory. Apparently Colton is Parker’s fated mate and Colton waits patiently until Parker becomes 18 in order to claim him. This is the story of Alpha wolf Colton, how he found and claimed his mate and how he created his own Pack, the Timber Pack. This Pack does not discriminate its members and everyone is welcome: Males and females, gay and straight, bears and wolves. This was my first MM young adult PNR and I really liked it. Of course I still prefer the “Galactic Conspiracy” series and the hairy aliens Degan by the same author, but still “Timber Pack Chronicles” could develop in a very interesting series.

  • P
    2018-09-24 13:49

    4 Stars !!Twilight meets Teen Wolf. There comes a story about a boy having a crush on a big bad wolf. Parker doesn't even know what he gets himself into when Colton makes a move on him. Colton is waiting for the day Parker turns eighteen, and Parker will totally be his. As that day comes, Colton is willing to love his mate with every little bit of his heart.The story is soooooo good. It's a light-hearted reading for me this time, not serious or dramatic. I enjoyed this book much more than a lot. However, I'm a diehard Sterek fan, too. And I find out that this book represents Colton as Derek and Parker as Stiles. I kind of like it !!

  • Mandy*reads obsessively*
    2018-09-22 14:43

    Ok, this used to be a free online read and is now for sale (at a very good price).I love Shifter books, I like the mate-mine-trope (usually)works for me.Here we have a pretty typical pairing one small, little, submissive human Parker and big, strong, tall, dominant wolf Colton.Parker has his BFF Shell and of course Colton has his posse too.Colton knows they are mates and well being the big bad alpha-type that he is, he waits as long as he can and then the sex-fest commences.There is some pack politics and of course a rogue wolf and a few mysterious happenings.The story isn't really all that new or different, but engaging and entertaining and I'm invested enough in the whole crew that I will definitely read the next book.

  • mark monday
    2018-10-11 15:46

    so I've had this on my kindle for a little while, transferred from that great site Literotica, carefully filed under Werewolves. I have no file labeled Vampire because I'm not a fan of ancient molest-y creeps and I'm rather over them in general. plus I've never imagined being one and that's certainly not true for werewolves. I also have a file labeled Zombies and I plan on attacking those books in October. yay for zombies and if you are over them don't tell me about it, I don't want to hear. my Zombie file has a lot of interesting looking shit on it. my Werewolf file on the other hand, well, that's pretty much all erotica. so I figured I'd crack open Timber Pack Chronicles, read it for 15-20 minutes, stroke one out, go to bed. well, that plan was ruined because this was actually pretty enjoyable to read and the first real sex scene doesn't come for quite a long time. so instead I found myself engrossed in the high school adventures of the rather sissy-ish but still very brave school mascot and his football jock crush, a werewolf lycan with a domineering attitude but of course a gentle and loyal heart. aw shucks, this was sweet! I don't know about you, but it is actually fairly difficult for me to enjoy an engrossing story while being 'goal-oriented' in other ways. can't really do it. so I forgot all about my goal, my hand wandered back to its normal resting position, and I got lost in the cute story. then I looked up and it was an hour past my bedtime and still no real sex scene. fortunately I have insomnia so "bedtime" is only a vague concept for me anyway. when the sex scenes finally came, they were fast and furious and fairly hot and extremely graphic. I liked the switching back and forth between perspectives. in the end - or rather, by the middle - this is indeed a work of erotica despite its high school setting and its distinctly Dawson's Creek type feel. if anything, the sex scenes are too well-done and eventually became too repetitious and regular. they came too often - ha, get it. they took me out of the adorable story and the cute parallel between accepting the wolf inside and coming out as gay, and the nifty little bits of characterization and mythos building got a bit lost due to all the pounding etc. still, a pleasant book. oh and hey, Goodreads' new censorship policy sucks ass (but not in a good way).

  • Lilia Ford
    2018-10-18 19:35

    In his bio, Rob Colton describes himself thus: "A romantic at heart, he loves stories that feature big, burly men who find true love and happy endings." Add that those big, burly guys are total alphas who fall for slender, sweet-tempered boys and you've got the core of every book of his that I've read. It's a formula, but Colton aces it, creating feel-good stories with eminently likable characters. I find them especially refreshing for their complete lack of pretension. Colton's is not a world of billionaires or fancy-pants: there are no concert pianists or gourmet chefs or even Adonis-like good looks. Heroes have modest, ordinary-guy jobs and are really just looking for love. Timber Pack does not depart from that basic pattern by so much as an iota, but perhaps thanks to the high school hormones, it does feature significantly more sex than other Colton stories I've read. Practically every conversation, event, meeting ends up with our adorable wolves going at it like rabbit shifters. You can't call it PWP, but this is one of those rare books where I wouldn't have minded more attention on these boys' non-sexual activities: maybe we could see them do their homework once in a while! That being said, Colton is one of the few writers I know who successfully balances hot and sweet. His growly, possessive heroes are also fundamentally good-natured, and his subs are always eager and cheerful. Bottom Line: Colton is practically an auto-buy for me. He does a particular dynamic really well and his books just make me feel happy.

  • Meags
    2018-09-20 18:48

    4 StarsI unashamedly had a fun time reading this one. Sure, it was overly long, definitely cheesy and it featured ten too many sex scenes, but I’ll be damned if I didn’t have a great time anyway. As an avid lover of M/M shifter stories, I was pleased as punch to see many of my favourite tropes featured within this story. There were fun pack dynamics and destined mates, with lots of possessive behaviour and ‘mine, mine, mine’ declarations. It was slightly silly and over-the-top at times; Colton’s reactions to Parker bordered on stalker-insane at the beginning there, but it was also crazy-hot, so….We also had a very Alpha/Omega vibe going on between the MCs, Colton and Parker. Colton is a big, popular, bad-ass (werewolf) who everyone swoons over at school, and Parker is the sweet, smaller, out and proud (human) who dreams of one day capturing Colton’s attention. Colton and Parker are also destined mates and once they start getting it on there is no stopping them. In fact, they may be the horniest characters I’ve ever come across, because this was the biggest smut-fest I’ve read in forever. Sure, there was some other stuff going on in this story – I vaguely recall some predictable plot about a psycho rogue wolf – but most of that took a backseat to the porn marathon these two continually engaged in. The truth is there was TOO MUCH sex in this book – please don’t hit me! But at the end of the day I’d rather there be too much than not enough, so there is that. I can actually imagine re-reading this one down the line at some point, simply for the fluffy and porntastic simplicity of it all.

  • V
    2018-10-15 14:33

    I love, love this story. I can't believe is free!!!!I read this story when it was free online, and now has been published for only 99c, a great price for a fantastic story, I bought it and now I'm reading it all over again, that's how much I love it!!!

  • Sandra
    2018-10-16 18:32

    4.5 stars SQUEEEEE! I thoroughly enjoyed that. It bordered on too much sex, but just slipped in under the radar. And Colton's dirty dominance was just so fucking hot that I didn't really care. The plot was good too, although I guessed who the rogue was fairly easily (there really wasn't any other option). They wrapped everything up well, except I'd like a little more explanation on how they're going to survive as a pack and where the fuck their money is gonna come from and what the fuck they're going to do for work... but besides that, all good. I'm so glad there will be another book, I'm hoping and assuming it will be Jed's!FREE at

  • Sunny
    2018-10-03 16:45

    3 stars for entertainment valueIntrigued by Emma's review, prepared by Julio's, I proceeded with great curiosity. Verdict? Parker was adorable and he made me laugh. I also loved his reactions to Colton. Colton, though...*shrugs* not so crazy about him. He could be sweet, but more often he was too obnoxious in his alpha-ness. Yes, there was a lot of sex. Some of it was very hot, some not so much. Overall, an over the top silly romp to be read for fun and not be taken seriously.Side notes:Pup as an endearment got old fast, way overused Parker's parents= seriously bad characterizationDo not ever write "slime-covered head" when describing a come smeared dick. Ewww...just...ewww

  • Camille
    2018-09-28 19:32

    Porn that staunchly defies plot. In fact, every single time there was just a smidgen of story a sex scene appeared whether it made sense or not. Lest we forget that this is a tribute to dripping cocks, the reader was never treated to more than two to three pages at a time of any development beyond a burgeoning boner.What we were treated to were racial stereotypes and speech of the neck-rolling, no you didn't, girrrrrl variety. Somehow though, it was distinctly readable.

  • Mary
    2018-09-19 17:39

    I adored this sweet, sexy book. It has everything I love. Colton, the big, strong, gentle (and hot), alpha and his sweet little mate who is also strong in his own right. Also a big fan of the family that's created with friends who you love and who love and protect you in return. I bought it in paperback because I know I'll be reading it again. I'm thrilled that the sequel is out already, just waiting for that paperback to be delivered. Not to be missed.

  • Crispy
    2018-09-23 13:37

    Delicious, delightful, down and dirty teen werewolf smut. The magically regrown foreskin was just brilliant, I'm still smiling. My home is girth by sea :)

  • Bitchie
    2018-10-16 19:36

    This book had a lot for me to like, and a lot for me to not like. I'm just going to break it down by points instead of writing a thought out review.Likes:hot sex (I know, this is in my dislikes, too, for a reason)the characters. Everyone was fun and likeable, even Colton and his overbearing waysinteresting shifter stuffplot kept me interested to the endeasy to read. this could also be a dislike, the writing style felt very simplistic to me. Small sentences, small words.Dislikes: cheesy dirty talkTOO much sexParker being ok with how dominant Colton was BEFORE learning he was a wolf worries me.the dropped plot about Parker's dad and the Pack finances, unless that picks up in future books.yet another YA book with fairly absentee parents. Parker's dad did finally take an interest, but (view spoiler)[ only because he was paid to(hide spoiler)]So all in all, this book was not fantastic, but it kept me going til the end. Colton was overbearing and controlling, but I forgave it, because he's a wolf, and that's just his nature. But in the beginning, Parker didn't know this, and just accepted it, even found it hot, and that was a bit worrying to me.

  • Lauren
    2018-09-26 19:49

    I read Timber Pack Chronicles quite a while back, when it was a free read online. I remembered enjoying it, so it was good to see it on Amazon and I'm glad I was able to add it to my Kindle book collection :) It's also a really good price, considering the length. I've paid two or three times that price for ebooks that weren't even have the length of this novel.Timber Pack Chronicles was just as entertaining as I remembered. It's a sweet story, and the way the author describes all the wolf pack stuff is really interesting. Parker and Colton were so cute together! I loved how possessive and protective Colton was with Parker, but how he was also really sweet and loving. A fun read overall, and I'd love to read more about these characters in the future!

  • Macky
    2018-10-10 15:27

    3.25* Enjoyable enough shifter story and I do like Rob Colton's characters. The smaller, sweet twinky type and the big hunky macho guy and of course in this story that transpires into the smaller more helpless human and the protective hot alpha male wolf shifter. For its length this is certainly value for money but the one thing that dropped the rating below four for me was the amount and length of the sex scenes. Hoo boy do these two get it on a lot, poor Parkers knees must be nearly worn away by the amount of time had drops to them! Don't get me wrong I certainly don't mind a hot sex scene but sometimes when they're coming thick and fast ... And yes pun is intended here... I find myself in sex overload and that leads to me skipping through the majority of the Rumpy Pumpy to get back to the story and I did that a lot with this book. Can't deny I enjoyed most of it but it would have rated higher if it had been less shagadelic and more plotastic!

  • Smith Barney
    2018-10-17 17:28

    Cute. I love humping but there's only so much repetitious humping to go around before it gets monotonous and redundant. But if this doesn't make you want to go out and piss on someone and hump them simultaneously..I don't know what will.

  • Purplegirl
    2018-09-27 11:46

    That was a good story. It was better than some of the published shifter stories I have read. The pack dynamics were well written. I would read more.

  • Barbara➰
    2018-10-15 19:30

    So about this went something like this:Parker is in high school and basically bullied by some of the jocks. He has a crush on the new guy, Colton. Finally, Colton notices him.They give each other hand jobs.A few pages of plot.They give each other bj's.A few pages of plot.They have sex.A few pages of plot.More bj's.Plot.Bj's.Plot.Sex.Plot.Sex and bj's.Plot.More sex.Epilogue.The end.I had really high hopes with this one. I love MM and shifter/pnr. But I gotta say...there was way too much sex...Yes, I said that. Pages and pages of sex in between a few pages of plot. And given the fact these guys were in high school, I was getting a little perved out. I needed something more. I started skimming the sex scenes. I would love to know what happens with the other guys but if this is the format of the next book, forget it.

  • Alex
    2018-09-25 12:20

    There are so many reasons this novel deserves a praise:1. well-developed, engaging and interesting plot2. lovable protagonists3. exceptional narration which makes good and enjoyable reading4. lots of supporting characters that add dimensions to the storyAnd not to forget, the author really has a talent for writing sex scenes. They are definitely to die for; and are even better than what can be found in some of the novels by published authors!Hopefully, the sequel is not long in coming.

  • Therese
    2018-09-30 19:31

    My expectations were definitely too high for this book. Shifter romance AND high school, can it get any better? After reading it, I can’t quite understand the high ratings….Well, obviously it was not my kind of book. It was just too much of possessive muscular alpha –jock versus little skinny twink. Must rest my eyes now after all the eye-rolling. And the sex, I wish at least I would have found that hot, maybe then it would have been worth the read. Unfortunately, I found it VERY repetitive, and, *gasp*, just too much of it all.the.time. If half of the sex would have been cut out, maybe there would have been more space for the actual story. Or maybe some character development. The word "mine" could have been removed as well, but I guess it would have turned into a short story in that case. Normally, I really don't mind a possessive alpha dude, I find it hot, but here, I was just constantly annoyed. There is nothing better than when both MCs have at least some way of being strong, be it mentally or physically. Parker was like a dish-rag. And again, this was one of those shifter romances when one of the MCs could easily have been a girl, since it would not have made any difference anyway (although I'm sure a teenage girl would have been tougher than Parker...) The only thing that made me not DNF this one, was the lack of mpreg☺. Yay. At least it was cheap, so I should not complain too much.

  • Chappy
    2018-10-16 12:44

    OK first off I want to deeply thank Bunny Carrot for this wonderful recommendation. I must admit that I was worried about the cover art and then even more worried when I found out that these guys were 18 and in high school. But I'm telling you right now to put these doubts aside...this story is definitely not YA. It's a raw, raunchy and awesome M/M with a great paranormal component that isn't over the top. All the characters are really strong and well written with realistic dialogue and a plot that kept me turning the pages non-stop. Parker is a really sweet and small twink who's not really accepted at school and kind of ignored by his parents. He sees Colton and right away develops a huge man-crush. When he sees him naked in the showers with his hairy chest, muscled body and huge uncut cock he almost faints (and so did I). The best part is when we find out that Colton knows all about Parker since he's his mate and he's determined to claim him in every way...OHHHH....YUM.The sex scenes can only be described as raunchy and delicious all at the same time (you can almost smell, taste and feel everything that's happening). Truly wonderful book...thanks Rob're the best.

  • Sandra
    2018-10-12 19:30

    So, I'm not much into shifter stories, but this one was quite good. Excellent spelling and grammar for the most part as well. Lots of sexing but then these two are a) teenage boys, and b) Colton is a wolf who's found his mate, and c) eventually, so is Parker. Naturally, they have lots of sex. In most cases this would get tedious after a while, and repetitive, and this book is no different, so towards the end, I skimmed those scenes, but the author did a great job keeping me interested in the plot. This is a free story on Literotica. Must now check out more by this author.

  • Karl
    2018-10-13 14:48

    Read this and most of this author's other works that were available for free on Literotica. The theme of his writing is consistent among his work- a romance involving a bigger alpha type man paired with a smaller more submissive man. Predictable story lines but well written and sexy. Perhaps part of the higher rating comes from the fact that the stories were free, which is amazing. I'm happy for Mr. Colton's success in becoming published.

  • Star
    2018-10-16 18:47

    Erm, I can't give this more stars with a straight face. The word "load" is used 28 times in this book; and, yes, it's used in exactly the way you're thinking. (There are more loads released in this book than [insert joke here].) The story is non-existent, but the sex is plentiful -- and, I admit, very hot.Also, the (view spoiler)[slut-shaming -- for carrying condoms (really?) and having multiple partners (hide spoiler)] is not cool.

  • Natalie
    2018-10-18 11:49

    3.5 stars. The book I read before this one was very light on both sex and romance, so a possessive shifter boinkfest was a welcome change. I really like how this author's sex scenes tend to be more earthy and masculine than most m/m. Lots of smells and foreskin and territorial pissing. Accept it for what it is, and you'll have a pretty good time. ((view spoiler)[Is it wrong that I wished the wolf sex scene had happened on-page? (hide spoiler)])

  • Sarah
    2018-10-18 13:37

    This was a crackalicious spooge fest. There was some srsly shifty parts, plenty of chest beating, hirsute alpha guys and occasional angst. I liked it. Also, crossing the streams and the words 'girthy shaft'. Dude. Emma, you're a corrupting influence.