- Decadent Publishing
- Release Date
- February 2015
- Book 8 of Black Hills Wolves
Erotic Romance, Paranormal Romance, Urban Fantasy
It's a good thing Stephen Dorsett is a patient Wolf—especially since his stubborn mate refuses to accept the bond between them. Though she's run from him for years, he's determined to show her she belongs at his side. Nothing will stand between him and his sexy, spitfire she-Wolf.
Kate Matthews lives with a horrible secret. And though she's loved Stephen for as long as she can remember, she could never be the mate he wants or deserves—especially if he ever learned the truth about her.
When hunters threaten the safety of the Black Hill's Wolves pack, Kate overcomes her fears and lays her life on the line. Will Stephen and the rest of the pack accept her once her life-long plight is at last revealed?
Jun 08, 2015 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
185 people found the following review helpful
TAMING HIS MATE by M. Limoges was a complete surprise for me. I did not expect it to be quite so good. It is the 8th book in the series but works as a stand-alone as well. It is a fun romp through the shifter world with enough tension and passion to keep the reader engaged.
The author sets the scene with a fascinating and warm heroine to which the reader can relate. She is not perfect, not even when one discounts the reason she herself feels she is not worthy of our hero, but the fact that she is not perfect makes her human. And the hero has a characteristic which makes him more than sexy--he knows what he wants and what he wants is her. There is nothing more enthralling than a man who goes to great length to convince the woman he wants to give in to him.
But she is no pushover. She refuses him to protect him but when push comes to shove she rolls up her sleeves and… well, that would be telling. Suffice to say she is not a weak wallflower waiting for her man to come and do all.
The writing is engaging and calls to all your senses. Is this book perfect? No, there are some issues. For one, the atmosphere would benefit form a slower build up. In places it feels as if the author hurries through scenes without letting them develop at their own speed. This tendency is particularly strong at the beginning which is a pity as it is here where the magic between the characters develops most. No matter; it is a great read.
If you are looking for a fun, passionate read over this summer, this is definitely the book to go for. And I will now go and discover the other seven.
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