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Jed Stone suffers in silence, damaged and poisoned from his fight with the rogue wolf. But he puts on a smile and does his duty, making sure his Timber Pack mates are safe.Buzz Hinske belongs to a traditional lycan pack. Challenges and violence seem to be their way of life.When they come together at the annual Lycan Conclave, Jed is elated at finding his destined mate. UnfJed Stone suffers in silence, damaged and poisoned from his fight with the rogue wolf. But he puts on a smile and does his duty, making sure his Timber Pack mates are safe.Buzz Hinske belongs to a traditional lycan pack. Challenges and violence seem to be their way of life.When they come together at the annual Lycan Conclave, Jed is elated at finding his destined mate. Unfortunately, Buzz has already been promised to another......

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  • Emma Sea
    2018-10-08 13:24

    Sad panda. This was only okay for me. The MCs spend a lot of the book apart, which equals more angst, but fewer girthy shafts. Their sex was noticeably less crackalicious than Colton and Parker in Timber Pack Chronicles. Because Buzz and Jed are much more of an equal size/strength than Parker and Colton I thought Colton (the author, Colton, not alpha wolf Colton) should have taken advantage of this to explore hot sex between two strong furry men. His insistence on pushing the virginal bottom/experienced top trope from book #1 was therefore a disappointment. The second half of the story lost focus, as if Colton wasn't sure what to do with the pack once Buzz arrived at the camp. The developments seemed piecemeal and not completely thought through. I'll still check out book 3, but this one just wasn't a favorite. :(

  • Sophia Triad
    2018-09-21 16:23

    Second book in the “Timber Pack Chronicles” and this is the story of the Pack enforcer Jed who discovers his fated mate during a USA Pack convention. Jed is a really nice, huge guy who comes from a wonderful, full of love and warmth family background. His fated mate Buzz unfortunately is the brother of a rival Pack’s Alpha who does not believe in mating between males. Buzz is already engaged and promised to a not very understanding female wolf.Jed will have to fight to make Buzz his. Moreover, Timber Pack is expanding and it has now additional members. A book that leads to very promising future for the Timber Pack. I am looking forward to any more books that will be published.

  • Lilia Ford
    2018-10-19 11:34

    I did not like this nearly as much as the first. I thought Buzz was kind of a drip, who spent an inordinate amount of time handwringing over his duty to his evil brother and hellacious fiancee. Since I found him less than charismatic, his relationship with Jed felt totally driven by the usual insta-love, mate instinct stuff. On an up note, I enjoyed seeing the Timber Pack develop and Jed's new career as gas station manager--such a refreshing change from the usual high-flyin MCs. Unquestionably, I will be sticking with this series.

  • Erin ☕ *Proud Book Hoarder*
    2018-10-05 11:44

    The first book in this series, Timber Pack Chronicles, may not have been perfect - but it was close on the erotica scale. I was seriously glued to that book (the drama, the intensity, the buildup, then the...), so of course I had to read this sequel right after. In some ways this book shone and worked well, and in some areas it just wasn't as good, as intense, as the first book. The length is shorter since the pack has been introduced and established. Now there's just a relationship to focus on, and a sweet one it is. I liked Jeb from the first one, but it was told in an outsider perspective and made him seem a little like a arrogant perv. In this one he's more likeable as we're in his head. The book opens where he's depressed and withdrawing; the scene where he walked off alone from the pack when they had transformed was especially sobering. Shrug this off and we get to the meet with Buzz, where they first locked contact. It was ridiculously sweet, I couldn't put the book down that moment even if someone tried to force me to. A flaw with the sequel is Parker. I dug him in the first book but egads, when did he get so annoying? I get he's effeminate, but he overdoes the waterworks and is so weak in this book its a turn-off. Colton is still in badass alpha mode but even this got overbearing, especially with his impatience concerning Jeb's grief at the table. Also, why be so dickish to his father? I get the man pissed him off but surely you can get over it and move on now? The father has tried to get over this rift. Now that Colton has Parker and his pack he makes it clear he could care less whether he ever sees his father again. That's wrong on multiple levels, whether you take into consideration shifter hormones and politics or not.It would be dull and make little sense to read about the exact same character types as the first book. The author doesn't do that here - clearly Buzz is less submissive than Parker, but he's still ideal for Jeb, who again is less dominating and alpha than Colton. They work, they really do, and it's sweet. The erotica scenes were less intense, but that tree scene excelled. The bedroom count was lower too - less pages and less opportunity for that, but it didn't need any more than it contained. I kind of skimmed on those scenes anyway. Again the dialogue was a little too much during intimate moments, must be a personal preference.The parting of them and the thing keeping them apart was strong, but I'm glad the author didn't drag it out. Overall Enforcer is a shorter book and, while not as good as the original, it's still a worthy sequel to read if you enjoyed Timber Pack Chronicles as much as I did. Wish Colton had more paranormal erotica written.

  • V
    2018-10-20 17:27

    I love how this author write. The plot, the characters, the divine, steamy kinky sex scenes, everything for me is perfect.His books are my guilty pleasure.Well done Rob, and thank you so much for giving us another wonderful free story.

  • multitaskingmomma
    2018-09-26 14:32

    Original Blog Post: have seriously fallen in love with the Timber Pack Chronicles. This is one series where the author, Rob Colton, surprises at every turn of the page. In the first book, it was the courtship of the alpha Colton and Patrick. It ended with a sad note for Jed. This one opens on that sad note and gives us Jed's story, of how he meets his unexpected mate and how they both deal with the pack mentality and politics.I wanted to write a little summary of the story but decided to cut it because of the temptation of spoilers. All I can say is that this is a different book from the first one. The first book was the rise of the new alpha, the pack politics, his courtship with Patrick and their sexual interludes, both erotic and romantic. For Jed's story, it is more along the lines of how a young enforcer has to deal with difficulties handed to him, how he has to deal with the thought of never claiming his mate, and of other fears. The angst really focuses on Buzz and his own pack and alpha. His is not a favorable life and it is up to him to make a decision, to whether be a part of a pack where he cannot live free and be killed at the dip of the alpha's head, or live with a fated mate who will not only be true to him physically, but will always be there to be supportive and loving. He also has the choiceto live with a pack where fatal danger is offered as desert or live with the Timber Pack and be happy with a mate and a family that loves him unconditionally.This book made me fall in love with the series and it took me longer to write this review because I just had to go back and reread Timber Pack Chronicles (Timber Pack Chronicles #1) once more. I could not but help going back to when it all started, when these young men first built a pack for themselves, not knowing where their road will take them. With the way this ended, with the hints left in this book, I cannot wait for what's next to come.

  • Chappy
    2018-09-24 16:50

    Another hit by Rob Colton...he is fast becoming one of my favorite authors. I loved Jed's story and the way he fell head over heels for Buzz. Great to catch up with the rest of the Timber pack and some of the new members. I hope one of the next stories covers Stan and how he met his big bear.

  • Camille
    2018-10-11 11:35

    Obligatory sequels with not enough story to go 'round, they never work.This was okaaaay though. I liked the pup, the beginning, the gas station and Jed's family.

  • Nile Princess
    2018-09-28 15:51

    4.5 Really enjoyed this one. Much more polished than Book 1. Jed and Buzz were a joy, and it was nice to see the Timber pack blossom. Colton and Parker were welcome cameos, as were Curtis, Shell and Trey and all of Jed's family. The pacing was much better in this book (it didn't feel as long winded as book 1), and the sex much more proportionate. I liked that Jed and Buzz had to wait a bit, at first due to separation and then, by choice, as they got to know each other.Great story telling. Would have loved a Book 3 cause you know Zef is Alpha Miller's mate, but alas it seems the author has moved on to other things.

  • Sandra
    2018-10-01 19:51

    I liked this one better than the first because it didn't have the rampant sexing this time. Jed Stone, Enforcer of the Timber Pack, meets his mate, Buzz Hinske, Beta of the Tahoe pack and brother of its Alpha at the Conclave. Jed immediately knows that Buzz is his mate, but Buzz takes a bit of convincing, having grown up with homophobic views and being bullied by his older brother for most of his life.When Buzz has to decide between marrying the woman his brother wants him to marry or running off to be with Jed - well, you can imagine what happens.As before, the mating compulsion appears to override free will, and I can't help but wonder if Jed and Buzz would have loved each other without it. Such is the mythology here though, so I'm not complaining about it. I did like that Jed softened around his mate, and that Buzz, while not as strong, also didn't come across as a submissive to his mate.The book has some violent scenes too, so if you have a weak stomach, beware. The plot included more action scenes this time around, instead of focusing solely on the wolfy sex/romance, and we get glimpses of the Forrest View Pack members, primarily Jed's family.The author also included scenes in which the Timber Pack really digs into building a future for themselves. And Shell and Curtis have the baby. Plus, another pup joins the pack. Those interactions were rather cute, and I'd like to see more of those next time around.The plotline about the Hunters was well done, and I hope that the author will bring us more in future books.Thank you, Heather, for gifting me this book for Christmas!!

  • Ije the Devourer of Books
    2018-10-09 15:43

    3.5 stars

  • Dre
    2018-10-02 15:28

    I greatly enjoyed this one, but it wasn't as good as the first one for me. I think the confrontation with Derek was resolved too quickly and easily. I'd like to think that Derek had a heart and really did care about his brother. I know he had a reaction previously when Buzz brought up their mother, but I just don't think Derek walking away when he clearly had the advantage was true to his character. I also would have liked more time with Buzz and Jed together. It seemed like as soon as Buzz showed up in Timber, everything went crazy, so Buzz and Jed didn't get time together like Colton and Parker did. What I did like about this book is that the secondary characters get plenty of screen time, so you know what's going on with Colton and Parker, Trey, Shell and Curtis, and Stan and Buck. They crack me up every time they get busted, and Stan's reaction is too adorable. And how could you not love Wylie?! I hope we get more stories about these guys because I'd like to see Wylie growing up, and I can't wait for him to start talking!

  • LauraZu
    2018-10-17 11:23

    Have to admit I really liked this one, way better than the fist book though as a couple I just fell more in love with Colt and Parker.Jed Stone, Timber pack's redhead hunky enforcer has been dealing with the after effects of silver poisoning and a fucking long dry spell, that all changes on the annual lycan Conclave, where he meets his true mate Buzz Hinske, the beta is ecstatic to know he has a mate but he wont go against his alpha's wishes and orders, he fears accepting Jed but Jed isnt going to make it easy for him to say no. This story was definitely more entertaining, I found Jed completely adorable and such a noble and sexy guym I just loved him, and Buzz is just simple too cute! Also the plot was interesting and eye-catching, I really enjoyed it. I really really hope next book is Zef's IDK why but i just know he's gay and will be Alpha Miller's mate!

  • Em
    2018-09-19 13:49

    I enjoyed reading this latest book from the Timber Pack Chronicle series. Jed attends the Lycan Conclave, and is over the moon to discover his true mate, Buzz. Now he knows what all the fuss was about when Colton met Parker for the first time. I enjoyed the story, the characters and the really hot kinky sex. Bring on the third book!

  • Calila
    2018-10-13 18:39

    Fun read. I wish Buzz had stuck up for himself more. Not a fan of letting others fight your battles for you, even if I understand the dynamic set up. Love Jed. Love seeing the pack again. Love the intro of "Wylie".

  • Sammy Goode
    2018-10-05 13:23

    4.5 starsJed is the enforcer for the newly established Timber Pack. Segueing from the first novel, we discover that the silver poisoning Jed sustained while trying to protect Parker has been slow to leave his system. Even though he manages to still shift, the enforcer experience debilitating pain each time and an overriding weakness that leaves him questioning whether or not he can still be effective in his job. As the annual conclave approaches, Jed is at an all time emotional low. So, he is shocked when he senses the tantalizing scent of his mate at the opening meet and greet. Buzz has long questioned why his older brother named him as one of his betas. His sibling’s obvious contempt for gay wolves along with numerous lies Buzz has been fed by both his siblings leaves him not only desperately alone but feeling inadequate as well. When he finds out that he is to be mated to a dominant she-wolf as a means of binding a newly conquered pack to his own, Buzz is absolutely devastated to realize he will never be able to live, as he desires. Instead he must hide his real desires for a male mate and do his brother’s bidding or be exiled and even, possibly killed. Imagine his surprise when he is confronted by his mate, who is not only male, but also openly gay and enforcer to an openly gay alpha and an accepting pack.Now these two men must face the fact that if Buzz’s mating is to actually take place it will sever their own tenuous bond and leave Jed alone the rest of his life, pining over his lost mate. Can Buzz really turn his back on a future where he can be free at last? Or will he somehow manage to break free from the tyranny of his older brothers and find his way back into Jed’s arms?Enforcer (Timber Pack Chronicles Book 2) by Rob Colton solidifies for me that this author knows how to write a strong dramatic romance story that flows easily and does not hinge on a series of sex scenes to further the plot line. This was a tighter novel overall, with a fascinating story that alternately made me wring my hands in despair for poor Buzz and cheer as he stepped out from under his heartless and cruel older brother and claimed the life that was his to live. I really enjoyed the idea that Jed actually had to experience slower healing—a plot point rarely pursued in paranormal stories where a shift or time or two in animal form usually heals a shifter completely. It allowed for Jed to wrestle with his how he views himself and the idea that a weakened enforcer could not serve his alpha or his pack effectively. I felt that Jed’s very definition of how he fit into this newly formed pack was in crisis and it pulled me into the story immediately. From that point on I was hooked and invested in how Jed and Buzz would manage to carry their own personal burdens.Enforcer was by far a much stronger novel then its predecessor. Where the first installment in this series seemed to flounder plot wise and rely way too heavily on sex to keep the story moving, this sequel hinged all its development on the unfolding story surrounding Jed and Buzz and also managed to reveal a threat by outside sources that I feel may loom larger in future books. Overall, I felt this was a much improved narrative and a more tightly woven story overall

  • Tonileg
    2018-10-01 13:22

    This is Jed's story.We get glimpses of Colton, Parker, Trey and other other friends that have just graduated from high school and start to live adult lives with a new baby coming and Colton working as a deputy sheriff.The new and very young pack go to the yearly national pack meet where Jed smells and finds his mate, Buzz from a Californian pack. Buzz is recently betrothed the daughter of a recently added pack so that his brother the alpha can cement the new enlarged pack. Buzz would have gone with the marriage if he hadn't found his true mate. Buzz is totally a coward for the better part of this story which was really annoying, thank goodness he remembers that he is a man before he ruins Jed's life by rejecting their love.HEA was cute and unsurprising. I didn't like this story nearly as much as the first Timber Pack Chronicles although it was great to meet up with our beloved youngsters again in this book.200ish pages and 0.99$ on Amazon3 stars

  • Joyfully Jay
    2018-10-06 19:46

    A Joyfully Jay review. 4.5 starsEnforcer, the second book in the Timber Pack Chronicles series by Rob Colton, solidifies for me that this author knows how to write a strong dramatic romance story that flows easily and does not hinge on a series of sex scenes to further the plot line. This was a tighter novel overall than the first, with a fascinating story that alternately made me wring my hands in despair for poor Buzz and cheer as he stepped out from under his heartless and cruel older brother and claimed the life that was his to live. I really enjoyed the idea that Jed actually had to experience slower healing—a plot point rarely pursued in paranormal stories where a shift or time or two in animal form usually heals a shifter completely.Read Sammy’s review in its entirety here.

  • Michelle
    2018-09-19 17:33

    ★★ = It wasn't bad but it wasn't good. It was just okay.I like how Rob can deliver a smutty romance that is simple yet fulfilling. The story flows nicely. It was predictable when met with scenes of drama or emotional strain, although, I was quiet happy just following along as Jed found Buzz and fought against all the problems that came with him.I love Timber Park Chronicles and I was eager to start this, however, I didn't like this as much as Parker and Colton's story.In the end, it was a nice little extra and I'm happy I read it.

  • Cadiva
    2018-10-18 16:43

    Decent follow upThis isn't as fleshed out as book one and it doesn't have anywhere near the same amount of sexy times but it's still a decent read.Jed finds his mate but there are complications along the way including convincing Buzz that two men can be fated to be together.

  • Moonlite_Reader
    2018-10-20 19:48

    Not as good as the first one. Parker and Colton are still my favorite and I was so happy to see more of them here. Baby Wylie was fckin perfect for them! I wanted more from Jed and Buzz.

  • Suzy
    2018-10-20 14:47

    Love this series and I really hope we get more!Big fan of Robs writing - one of my auto buy authors x

  • Kirbie
    2018-09-21 18:23

    Another great book Rob Colton has been one of my favorite authors and I just love his books and this book in the second Timber Pack Chronicles is no different Poor Jed the silver poisoning took a lot out of him and then meeting Buzz and restoring is man hood made me laugh and yet warmed my heart Derek needs to get over himself Shauna needs to learn she can't always have what she wants Buzz belongs with Jed plus I'm happy that Colton and Parker are finally getting there happy ending

  • MyzanM
    2018-10-18 12:40

    I liked both Jed and Buzz (view spoiler)[even if I didn't understand Buzz's reason for waiting with the mating after he decided to accept the mating and stay with Jed. (hide spoiler)]I liked to revisit the characters from the first book, but I never felt like this story took off like that. It made a valiant effort though and it felt like it was almost there sometimes.

  • Nu
    2018-09-25 19:23

    Review to come.4 stars

  • peanut•m&ms
    2018-09-25 13:21

    Another fun read. Pretty tame sexy times between these two.

  • Malinda
    2018-10-03 11:28

    3.5-4 starsThis was a pretty good story. I liked both Jed and Buzz and their story was very enjoyable.Buzz is a shifter and also gay. Unfortunately, most shifters look down on gay members of their packs if they're even allowed to live. Buzz's brother, Derek, is the Alpha of his pack and has kept Buzz alive and (relatively) well, but only to serve his own purposes. Jed is also a gay shifter as well as the enforcer for the Timber Pack (which was formed in book #1, Timber Pack Chronicles). He's also close friends with the Alpha, Colton (who was the hero of book #1, is openly gay and has a male mate) so his preferences are an issue. Jed had been fine sleeping around but when he was wounded recently he started realizing that he'd like to find his mate.Buzz is in an unfortunate situation. Not only is he under his brother's thumb, his brother decides he needs Buzz to marry a female shifter to help solidify Derek's power. Derek doesn't care that Buzz will be miserable and basically makes it clear that disobedience will not be tolerated. What's even worse is the shifter woman he's supposed to marry seems sure to cause Buzz more misery than anything else. There's a shifter concave where the Alphas and their mates and top people go to meet and discuss issues (like hunters that come after shifters as well as less tactical subjects). The delegation to the conclave from the Timber Pack is Colton, Parker (his mate), Trey (the beta and Jed's besty) and Jed. Buzz is brought along by his brother as well as having to deal with his "intended" (who's already making him miserable). It's at the conclave where Jed and Buzz meet.Jed is thrilled to have met his mate but Buzz isn't so sure. He's swore his oath of loyalty to his brother and doesn't want to break that (not to mention his brother would kill him if he tried). Also, Buzz was raised to believe that gay shifters are wrong and don't get true mates so the best he can hope for is to make a marriage work. Buzz feels the pull to Jed but isn't sure if he can trust it enough to try to be with Jed. There are difficulties between Buzz and Jed for a while and I have to admit to some worry about how things would work out. Thankfully, Buzz realized some things and takes a risk to be with Jed. I really liked them together once Buzz was willing to give Jed a chance. Unfortunately, Buzz's "intended" and his brother aren't willing to let Buzz go and there are some issues to be surmounted before things get settled. In the end, things end well and Jed and Buzz are happily together and starting their HEA.I enjoyed this story very much. I liked the characters and the story itself. The author does very good at keeping multiple aspects of the story going at once so there always seems to be something going on to keep me engaged in the story. I also liked the fact that we got to see how the rest of the pack is doing during Jed and Buzz's story. I have no real complaints about the story and overall, I liked it very much. I'm looking forward to more from this series. I'd recommend this book. :D

  • Andre Green
    2018-10-06 11:37

    This was simply a brilliant m/m shifter book and series. I always want to read more and about beefy muscle bound gay men. Well perhaps Rob Colton doesn't imagine them as muscle bound as I do but the description is close enough. I really fell in love with all the characters in the Timber Pack Chronicles. OK I am a bit easy, combine a muscle guy and a kind and gentle loving hart and you just got me but this was actually a brilliant story. Rob develops his characters from his previous book and he does that with putting some action scenes in the story. His writing in this book is clear and crisp. I also love that the writing and story moves fast. Some writers seem to get stuck on things but Rob Colton didn't make this mistake here. I like that he focused more on the romance between the characters in the book and a bit less on the sex. Not that I don't like the sex. I love some good hot sex in a story and a little more! Oh dear, I so want to read more of Rob Colton's books but looking at the Galactic Conspiracies series I read about male pregnancies and I will not go for that. Sorry better stick with a good thing here and not ruin things with reading things like that. There is nothing more emasculating that male pregnancies and I usually will not forgive authors that do that but becuase of this series I will just let it go for once. So I think we will just part ways from here on without any bad feelings.

  • CJ
    2018-10-18 14:26

    2.5 I was looking for a no brainer fun book to read and saw that the sequel to Timberpack was out. Bingo, Timberpack, was fun, hot humorous and simply a cheeky little read. Sadly Enforcer was not for me. Part of what made Timberpack so much fun was initially the anticipation of Colton and Parker getting it on, and then the mindless hot sex they had, forget the storyline, just go along for the ride, these guys had bucketloads of chemistry, and then there was the humour to go with it. However, in Enforcer, I did not feel that anticipation between Jed and Buzz, and the sex, ho hum, so no amazing chemistry, they were just 'nice'. Both Jed and Buzz were nice and I wanted them to get there happy ending, but I would have liked that heat too. So therefore I was just left with the storyline, which shockingly (but thankfully), was actually better than Timberpack, as it made more sense (mostly), and was not filled with as much ridiculous teenage dialogue. But what happened to the humour? So although I think Enforcer is a better written book, and nice enough, it wasn't as fun to read. :(

  • Hc Lynn
    2018-09-25 18:38

    Not exactly related but... I don't really like this cover. It gives the impression of an over flowing stomach to me.Now.... resolution of Buzz's brother... anticlimatic and soooo blah. The fight scene right before was pretty action packed and then.... a let down. Don't really feel like that situation is resolved. Then, towards the next book or a future book.. I kind of got the impression that younger bro Zef may be mentor alpha's mate. He and his group disappeared without notice very fast and he had funny expression on meeting Jed, like his smell triggered something with a little familarity or perhaps his brother's smell was on him already at the time. Another wait and see on that. So, now left wondering who may be next if not the bro. Trey... hmmm unless he's been closet gay I don't really have a clue what might be next. And really, why would Trey feel like he had to hide from his BFFs. Jed at least I think would have known. I just hope it isn't a year long wait to find out what is around the corner..