Shifter's Innocent : One True Mate

  • by Lisa Ladew
  • Narrated by Michael Pauley
  • Series: One True Mate
  • 8 hrs and 57 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

He's hunted, she's living a lie, and an unlikely connection dooms them both...
Beckett Oswego has lost himself in his work for years, always looking over his shoulder for the killer who stole his father and brother from him. When he isn't working, he parties his weekends away. Work, party...party, work. Anything to keep his mind busy and off the constant pain from the past that haunts him.
Cerise Pekin has been captive for years, forced into a life of old ways and restrictions. Always planning her escape, she yearns for the day she can truly be free, but when a violent incident pushes her into the real world before she is ready, she quickly realizes that she is not prepared for survival.
When Cerise talks Beckett into helping her escape from prison, he knows she isn't his one true mate. However, with the intensity of the connection they share, he is compelled to help her in any way he can, which sends them both straight into the clutches of a common enemy. With no help from Beckett's pack in sight, they are forced to rely on each other...

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Absolutely love theses books!

Can't wait to see what happens next! All the characters are easy to fall in love with.
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- Denna

Great book and awesome narration..

All four of these books have been very exciting. Between Khain and Grey I would be hard pressed to tell you which one was more evil.

I really liked Beckett and Cerise but I was surprised they didn’t meet until about 25 or 30% of the book, but from that point on there wasn’t a time they weren’t together, along with Kasi. And, wow, what a life Cerise and Kasi had. There so-called parents that were also evil. This book was just filled with evil people and monsters.

Cerise could “push” into a person’s mind and have them do anything she wanted and that’s what she did to Beckett while she was in the hospital, telling him to take her handcuffs off, then help her go get Kasi at the Interim Home, where she was taken when they were arrested, then drive them from Serenity Illinois, where they all lived, to Las Vegas. She didn’t tell him until much later that they really need to go to Loma Linda, California. The bad guys did catch them in Nebraska, I think that's where it was, but no harm came to anyone but the bad guys. Eventually, Beckett realized what Cerise was doing and fought the “push.”

Then Beckett (a wolf,) Mac (another wolf,) Bruin (a bear) and Graeme (a dragon) fought both Khain and Grey in Kasi’s parent’s house and they both got away, of course. Jeez, I’m getting so tired of all these books with the same bad guys that constantly get away. Three books would be plenty then move on. That’s my opinion.

There is explicit sex in this book and the F-bomb was used 36 times.

As to the narration: Michael Pauley was fantastic. His women’s voices were good and the men all had a voice of their own. His reading voice and emotions are fantastic.

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- Trish R.

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-15-2017
  • Publisher: Heat Publishing LLC