Trouble’s On The Way (Tosha’s Review)


Title: Trouble’s on the Way (Outcasts #2)
Author: C.L. Mustafic
Publisher: NineStar Press
Release Date: August 20th 2018
Genre(s): Paranormal Romance
Page Count: 52500 words/ 185 pages
Reviewed by: Tosha
Heat Level: 3 flames out of 5
Rating: 5 stars out of 5

Blurb:

After leaving the Outcast pack, Clay Anderson and Damian Macoon head to Alabama where they’ve both secured a job with the construction company that employs Damian. Their new relationship is off to a good but not too harmonious start in no small part due to Clay still holding a grudge against Damian for turning him into a werewolf. So when they walk into the office trailer parked on the job site and Clay realizes that their boss is none other than Damian’s fated mate, things get even more tense between the two.

Billy Ray Hicks was raised believing he was going to find his mate and be a cherished member of whatever pack he ended up in, but those dreams came crashing down when his bonded mate ran away and disappeared from his life before the mate bond was completed. Billy Ray always figured he’d run into Damian again but never suspected his mate would have a boyfriend when he did.

With tensions mounting between Clay and Damian, Billy Ray becomes the focal point of their ire. Damian ends up in the middle of two men—one he wants and one he needs—who both want him. Now he needs to convince them that they all belong together before he loses both.


Wow, just Wow is all I can say. Book one in this series was good but this book left me wanting more and by the way it ended, I can only imagine what is to come next. The question is how is everyone involved going to handle what is to come.

But back to this book, C.L. Mustafic blew me away with everything that happened in this book. Clay and Damian are back again. In this book they have left the Outcast pack in order to keep them both safe after everything that happened in book one. They are heading to Alabama to work. Unfortunately that also puts Damian back to the place he never ever really wanted to be again, back by his family’s pack.

When Damian left his family’s pack, he not only left behind his family but he also left behind a bonded mate as well. He never fulfilled the bond with Billy Ray and he never intends to because his family has their own motives as to wanting this mating to take place. But nevertheless, Damian does not intend on seeing his family or anyone else that is associated with them. But as we all know, fate has a way of screwing up our best laid plans.

When Clay and Damian reach their new job, they are in for a shock. The boss is none other than Billy Ray. And of course Billy Ray still wants Damian. Both Clay and Damian know this. Damian claims that he does not want Billy Ray but Clay can tell that is not true. When Clay and Damian have a bad argument, things are said and actions are taken that will affect both Clay and Damian from that moment on. The only question is can they survive what is about to happen to not only them but the people they know and may even love as well?

This book was so good. I can honestly say that I did not know what direction C.L. Mustafic was going to go with this book. And I can honestly say there are still a lot of questions that will have to be answered in the next book. I cannot wait for it to come out. I am really looking forward to what is to come next.

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Hello, I am an avid reader of male/male books. I do not have a favorite genre when it comes to male/male books because I love all of them from romance, dark reads, paranormal, shifter, threesome, whatever I see that catches my eye at the time.

I read books about rock stars, CEOs, military, cops, and just the original plain old good boy types of books.

Basically when it comes to a book, I read whatever I am in the mood for at the time. So my tastes varies from day to day and sometimes even hour to hour.

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