The Mating System

  • by Angela Foxxe
  • Narrated by Marie Smith
  • 5 hrs and 43 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

It was cruel. It was unfair. It was harsh.
But it was necessary.
It was the mating system.
With a startling lack of females amongst the werewolf community, two packs have struck up an agreement making women from one pack mate with the men from the other in order to balance the ratio.
Once they have mated, they are to return to their packs and never see each other again.
Alexa was the latest young female to be put through the mating system, and she was paired with the handsome Antony.
They both knew exactly how the system worked but after sharing a beautiful, passion-filled night together, Alexa and Antony were left wondering if they could find a way to beat the system, too.


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Good performance but story lost me

What did you like best about The Mating System? What did you like least?

This was a whole new take on a werewolf pack and not in a good way. The werewolves were given a spot in the pack and based on that spot they were only allowed to do certain things. Alphas (male and female) were not allowed to mate, they were to only hunt food and protect the pack. Omegas (we only saw female) were only there to breed to keep the pack going. When the Omegas were to breed they were taken to another pack and forced to mate with an alpha from that pack then brought back the same day to never see the male again.

What could Angela Foxxe have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

The story lost me around halfway. It was lacking something from that point but before that I was really into the story.

Any additional comments?

I received this free audio book from Audiobook Boom in exchange for an unbiased review.

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- NB

Different Storyline

I was given this book via audiobook boom in exchange for a review. That being said this book chose to make the wolves evil rather than clannish. Two clans make a pact. Their numbers are down so they chose a cruel system of mating with females of the opposite clan. They never see each other and the father is not involved in raising the pups.Although if both numbers are down how would this increase them. A thought for another time. The H/h go against the system because they fall in love. Neither clan likes this and they attempt to kill the lovers and their friends who are helping them. The narrator added nothing to the story. Perhaps a better narrator or at least one familiar with the story would have helped. I like a change of pace from the same old story lie but this one may have been too out there.
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Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-29-2016
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