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Jasper Jamenson's only responsibility to being the Beta of the Redwood Pack, second son of the Alpha, is to protect the Pack from themselves and the human world. After a century of selfless service, his brother's new-found mating forced him into taking a good look into his life. He isn't sure he wants a mate, but fate may have other ideas.
Willow Delton is a skinny bakery owner - the type most woman love to hate. Being without family, she finds herself alone to the Greek god with green eyes who saunters into her bakery every morning. Her desire to follow him, to be with him, overrides every rational sense she possessed.
Jasper and Willow are drawn together, despite every nuisance that works against them. But evil beyond even Jasper's supernatural compensation will make war against him, by going after the only thing in his eternal life he desires - Willow. Is Willow's heart enough to overcome Jasper's soul to save her life? A fight he cannot win, but to save her life - he must.
A full length novel.
You can find the print version of this novel in Redwood Pack Vol. 1.
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By Krista on 05-24-16
Not quite there
Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?
It was time well-spent. The time went by fast and I looked forward to listening to this book.
What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?
This one didn't quite come together as well as I wanted it to. Although I enjoyed it more than book 1, I still felt that Willow believed all the werewolf stuff a little too easily, and neither she nor Jasper became someone I could connect fully with as characters.
What about Gregory Salinas’s performance did you like?
Gregory Salinas is a great narrator. Even with a deep voice, he manages the female POVs well. I enjoy listening to him.
Do you think A Taste for a Mate needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?
I am intrigued with the direction this series is going. The impending war and the danger it has obviously brought to this pack's doorstep is interesting, and I want to know what happens.
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By ValentineG on 06-11-18
Slow start= great story
I am a huge fan of paranormal stories, and have loved most of Carrie Ann Ryan’s books. This book however, almost lost me as a reader (just for this book). It started off slow, and an the prologue created some confusion. Once you get oriented with where the story begins and see how the prologue fits into the rest of the story it draws you in. I became so involved in the story that I finished the last 22 chapters in one day. Overall good story and very interesting characters.