After six years away from his pack, Emmitt realizes he has no idea what he wants from life. His parents want him to lead the pack, and the Elders expect him to further integrate his people into human society. His reluctance to take on the demanding responsibility of leadership has him dragging his feet to return home.
Finding his Mate changes everything. Michelle's shy and beautiful and on the run. She needs somewhere to stay and someone to take care of her. Suddenly, responsibility doesn't seem like such a burden to Emmitt. He'll do whatever it takes to earn her trust and keep her safe...even from one of his own kind.
Note: This is book 2 of the Judgement of the Six Companion series. If you haven't read the Judgement of the Six series yet, check out Hope(less) for free!
Once you pick it up you won't put it down!
Melissa Haag is easily one of my all-time favorite authors already, but everytime I open a new book of hers I am still awed. Emmitt's Treasure is no exception. I love reading from the hero's point of view. And his undying devotion to his heroine will make any girl swoon. If you've already read (Mis)fortune you may think you know how this book will go, but you'd be wrong. Seeing the events from Emmitt's perspective changed how I viewed Michelle's story in a great way. And I fell deeper in love with other characters that may have seemed like they had minor roles. Emmitt's Treasure has made me even more excited for the rest of the Judgement of the Six Series and their companion novels if that is even possible
Excellent reading, Melissa Haag can sure write a good book!
I Received an ARC of this book on my Kindle app, but still purchased it on iTunes to go with my full set. Yet another fantastic book from Melissa Haag!! As par for all her writing, I couldn't put the book down, stayed up late into the night reading. I don't normally re-read books either, and there are very few authors that I can say I've re-read their books a second time, let alone 3 or 4 times (or even more) like I do with Melissa Haag's books. I'm already re-reading this, after I just finished it. I Highly reccomend this werewolf series, "Judgement of the Six" (you'll understand this book better if you start with the first book "Hope[Less]" or the companion book to "Hope[Less]", "Clay's Hope") I recommend ALL of Melissa Haag's other books as well (I've got them all so far). This is the companion book to "[Miss]Fortune", ("[Miss]Fortune" is told from Michelle's point of view, while "Emmett's Treasure" is told from Emmett's point of view- of the same story). They aren't just a rehash of the same book either! There are so many details in the plot that aren't seen from the woman's point of view, until you've read it from the men's point of view in this series. I think I almost prefer the men's point of view. Don't pass up the companion books thinking it's just the same story, you learn way more from the men's POV & love the werewolf/man even more, in my opinion. Knowing what's going on in his head makes a huge difference in the story. There were a few surprises in this book, that I did not expect from reading all the other books in the series as well. Wow! Can't wait for "Luke's Dream" (the next companion book to [Un]Wise, Bethi's story) coming out next!
Wowzers!! So good!!!
Melissa does it again!!! Such a good book!!! I love getting Emmitts side of the story and getting to interact with others in the story on a different personal level than Michelle. Though you know the story from (Mis)Fortune its very different told from a male perspective. And Jim!!! If you dont absolutely love him by the end then something is wrong!! A very well told story and the writing is as good as ever. Loved this to pieces!!!