Friday, July 31, 2015

Mate Bond by Jennifer Ashley - #Review @BerkleyRomance

Together but unbound, they must learn what it means to love completely, in the latest novel from the New York Times bestselling author of Wild Wolf.

To cement the leadership of his North Carolina Shiftertown, Bowman O’Donnell agreed to a “mating of convenience.” Two powerful wolf shifters, he and Kenzie keep the pack in order and are adored by all. Bowman would do anything to protect Kenzie, for in each other’s arms they’ve found far more than friendship. But as strong as their attachment is, they still haven’t formed the elusive mate bond—the almost magical joining of true mates.

Now with a monster ravaging the countryside and threatening the Shiftertown community, some in the pack fear that a pair without a true mate bond isn’t strong enough to lead. Bowman and Kenzie will have to rely on their instinctive trust in one another to save their Shifters—and the ensuing battle will either destroy them or give them the chance to seize the love they’ve always craved.

This was a strong addition to the series. I liked that while Bowman and Kenzie love each other, they weren’t insta mates. I liked that it was years of love, though I did feel for them for the uncertainty they have felt over the years.

There was some crazy action and some surprising twists. I also felt like I learned a bit more about the world that I’ve come to love. I enjoyed all the other characters and spending time in a new Shiftertown.

I definitely want to continue reading this series, and I hope all of the next books keep up the strong characters. I recommend this series. 

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