Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Review: Training Their Mate by Vella Day

Liz Wharton has one goal—to kill the man who raped her mother. Had she known Harvey Couch was a werewolf, she never would have tried to take him on by herself.

Determined to put an end to the pest bent on revenge, Harvey sends his goons after her. When two wolves attack her, Liz is sure she’s hallucinating. Good thing Trax Field is there to stop them.

Trax and Dante Field, members of the Pack, have devoted their lives to stopping bad shifters like Harvey Couch. Saving Liz would have been just an ordinary day, but when Trax finds her huddled in an alley, bruised and shaken, he’s convinced she’s his mate.

To keep her safe, Trax and Dante hold her captive in their loft apartment. When they aren’t searching for Couch, Trax and his brother spend the night training their future mate in the art of bondage and sensual pleasures. How will they be able to convert her into embracing not only their lifestyle but also their animalistic side?

My Review:

Training Their Mate starts off with a bang, I enjoyed meeting Liz Wharton over her murderous attempts, and then strong and silent Trax Field comes into the picture saving her life from two werewolves. Then comes Dante Field, the polar opposite of his taciturn brother.
I enjoyed the contrast between the brothers, and that the fun loving Dante is the one who quickly bonds with Liz and pushes for them to follow their instincts about her being their mate. The training of her was very hot, and added some serious spice to the story while the quest to find criminal Harvey Couch added just the right amount of suspense and conflict. There were some minor things that were a little annoying with repetition, but I easily overlooked them to enjoy the core story.
I look forward to reading more in this series and would recommend this book for fans of both BDSM romance and shifter romance.

4 Books

I received a copy from Netgalley in exchange for my honest review. I was not compensated for review. 

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