- Release Date
- February 2011
- Book 1 of Great Wolves of Passion, Alaska
Erotic Romance, Paranormal Romance, Vamps & Shifters Romance
Scientist and veterinarian Eve MacMillan loves wolves. She's been studying them most her life. When she gets the opportunity to study on a private reserve in Alaska, she jumps at the chance. Four months into her year of research, she is as fascinated with the Dillon cousins as she is her wolves.
All six Dillon cousins know that she is their mate. And for four long months they have waited to take the final step. After their Alpha, Noah, seduces her, they tell her they want to share her. Overwhelmed by the passion they inspire, Eve lets her inhibitions dissolve.
Then an unknown enemy ramps up his attacks, and Eve discovers her lovers are more than just men when one of the pack is left fighting for his life.
NOTE! You are purchasing Siren's newest serialized imprint, the LoveXtreme Forever Series. This is Book 1 of 8 in the Great Wolves of Passion, Alaska collection. These books are not stand alone. Each is a continuation of the previous book and must be read in the numbered order. Each book may end on a cliffhanger but usually with a happy-for-now for the heroine and one or more men. The final book contains a happily forever after for the heroine and all her men.
Mar 22, 2011 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
105 people found the following review helpful
This book introduces readers to the great wolves of Passion, Alaska. And what a vivid and detailed introduction it is to these delicious characters! SEDUCING THEIR MATE is the beginning of a series, the first of eight short stories, to be released monthly over the next eight months. I mention this because it's important since the reader won't find a lot of story in SEDUCING THEIR MATE just enough to introduce the characters and then to keep you reading and wanting more. I'm eager to see how this series develops because this story ends with so many unknowns.
The heroine is veterinarian Eve MacMillan who has been given permission to study the wolves on an Alaskan preserve controlled by the Dillon family. Eve has been oddly attracted to Noah Dillon and his six brothers and cousins since she arrived. Coming from scientist parents who were cold and reserved, she is drawn towards the camaraderie of the Dillon family and assumes her attraction is because of that.
Noah, Alpha of his pack, has known from his first phone conversation with Eve that she is likely his true mate. He grants her a one-year study and hopes in that time to convince her she belongs with them. Just when Noah makes his move on Eve, natural wolves on their land are killed and the Dillons don't know who the enemy is. The sense of insecurity pushes Noah to bring Eve under their protection as their mate and he seduces her only to quickly turn around and ask to share her with the others.
I was curious just how the author was going to convince me that so many alpha lovers for one woman would work without making the story sordid. But with emotions that seemed so very real, and that incredible connection shifters have with their mates, it was easy for me to see how Eve fell in love with her mates. The unique descriptions of each of the Dillon men distinguished each one as something special to Eve.
The only downside for me was the lackluster sex scenes, which seemed to lack the intense emotion for mates that tend to be present in shifter romances. And with Eve being so inexperienced, some of the more advanced sexual acts should've been surprising or alarming to her but she took them too passively. I expected to see some more questioning and spunk from such a smart educated woman like Eve.
This story ends in the midst of drama. Eve has just found out that the Dillons are more than human men. I wanted to turn the page was convinced if I tried hard enough it would work to find out what happened. Be warned that you will absolutely have the desire to pick up the next book right away after reading this. I'm waiting anxiously to know what happens to Eve and her mates. After all, I need my Happily Ever After and After and After and After and After and After.
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