Mack is, in theory, safely tucked away at the mages' academy. All seems calm amongst the Brethren. Taking advantage of the relative peace, Corrigan returns to his work on various initiatives for modernising the shifter world. Unfortunately when that work includes breaking into the Tower of London to steal back an ancient shapeshifter seal, he may be biting off more than he can chew. And that's nothing compared to what happens when Mack engages in a little thievery of her own...
Corrigan Rage is the third book in the Corrigan series, re-telling the events of Blood Destiny in the Lord Alpha's words.
Corrigan ends up finding Mack finally. But things aren't that great. She's trying to help out the mages, and Corrigan doesn't want her there. But it may not be his choice, Mack must do what she has to do. And Corrigan is going to help the birds in the Tower before something bad happens to them. However, he may be too late. This time he must help Mack and the mages, but he ends up finding out more about her than he ever thought possible.
I enjoyed getting to see more of Corrigan's feelings in this one. And more interaction between Corrigan and Mack. But I also enjoyed getting to see how Corrgian is handling his job as Lord Alpha, and how life in with the pack is going. It was also interesting to see him set out on his own to help people out.