Slater's Enchanting Mate

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Slater's Enchanting Mate

Iron Wolves MC 4

Magical and mysterious come together in this paranormal romance that will have you believing anything is possible. There is a mix of shifters, fey and humans that bring about a tale that is pure fantasy. Not only do you get a mix of paranormal elements but you get a mix of characters from several of Ms. Boon’s series. If you’re a fan, this is awesome and if you’re not, you get a bit of insight on some very good stories. This book does stand alone so if you haven’t read any of Ms. Boon’s work, don’t let that stop you from picking up this story. And, it is so much more than just a romance. There are cruel, evil people who want to kill LeeLee. Who are they and why? Slater comes across as an awesome guy and I really liked him. From start to finish, I was glued to this story. This story is like dreams gone wild and as long as you can stay on the ride, you’ll love it.

LeeLee has been in her wolf form for years and doesn’t know how to change back to human. When Slater recognizes LeeLee as his mate, he orders her to change. Not going to happen. LeeLee takes off for the woods where she ends up in a fight with some real wolves. Slater is going to need help to keep her alive! When it comes, it’s not what he expected.


Book Blurb for Slater's Enchanting Mate

Wounded and hidden for years, LeeLee had found acceptance within her wolf. She learned firsthand the harsh reality of never being loved, and vowed to protect her heart, and body from suffering the same pain ever again.

Never one to back down, Slater O’Neil loves life. When he meets his mate in wolf form, he never thought claiming her would be quite so hard. Yet he'll gladly battle an unknown evil more sinister than the horror movies he enjoys. After finally finding the other half of his soul, he’ll pay any price to protect the woman meant to be his.

True love doesn’t always come easy, and for these two shifters, they’ll need more than just love to make it work. LeeLee was just a child when she witnessed a horror no child should, but revisiting old hurts don’t always heal old wounds.

When you stir a hornet’s nest, you should always be prepared for what might come out. In LeeLee and Slater’s case, they are totally unprepared to step into a whole different reality. One where the ones who should love and protect, are the ones out to kill for their own gain.


Night Owl Reviews Aug, 2016 4.50