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Having read/listen to many shifter stories, this is not the typical dominate alpha who dominates and seduces his mate, and this is what makes this story a refreshing change. I really enjoyed the plot, the characters, and how the alpha, and his sons were not perfect.
A year after Clyde's mates dies, he and his handicap children are still grieving, and his oldest child starts to get into trouble by picking fights with another pack. Clyde's brother, the alpha of the pack, thinks it is time for Clyde to take another mate. After consideration, Clyde reluctantly meets with the women who pairs human females with a wolves, and is surprised when she suggest her daughter, Angeline, for his potential new mate.
Angeline is convinced what her mother is doing is wrong, and does not agree she should be pairing human females to wolves. She believes her mother does not know the true nature of the wolves. Angeline agrees to mate with Clyde so she can go to their territory to learn the truth, and bring back proof so her mother will stop matching human women with the wolves.
Clyde is excited when Angeline agrees to be his mate, but when he brings her back to his territory, she becomes distant and cold. To make matter worse, his sons are angry he has brought a new mate into their home, and he soon develops conflicting emotions.
As time passes in the pack, Angeline, soon learns she was wrong about the wolves, and her feelings and attractions towards Clyde grow. However, as Angeline comes to terms about her feelings, a revival pack starts attacking, and their pack suffers losses. Clyde, and the pack soon find themselves having to fight for what is theirs.
Even though this was a short story, it is complete with no cliffhangers. It has a great plot, well developed characters, and romance. A great falling in love story.
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4 of 4 people found this review helpful
She wasn't no unwanted mate. Smh. Neither was he to be honest.
This book, was actually good. But the thing is, the description of the book didn't go with the story. Because for one, they wanted each other from the beginning Clyde and Angeline didn't make it hard for each other. She just was cautious of what was going down with the human women and the wolves. And he just didn't want to replace his wife. At the ending when he didn't wake up for awhile, only time he did was when she mention she was pregnant with his pup. That's what got his attention in his sleep. The ending had me thinking he better not be dead. Until she went to the infirmary to check on him. And it's like the main character women in Ellie Valentina books, always save the day while their alpha mate end up hurt.
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