Sunday, September 30, 2018

#BookReview – ‘Mate of the Werewolf’ by JS Scott


Grace Marin was a veterinarian with a mission. She needed to raise and keep enough funds for her wildlife sanctuary. When she meets her biggest donor at a fundraiser...her world is turned upside down. After a passionate and wild encounter in a bathroom...he drops a bomb. He's a wolf changeling and she is his mate. Unless she agrees to his terms and mates with him...he will pull her funding. The proof of his claim becomes indisputable, but Grace is torn. She is drawn to him...but can't give in to his blackmail. He's a dominating alpha with an attitude and she's a stubborn woman. But her wildlife refuge means everything to her. Can these two destined mates negotiate terms that will satisfy them both?


In the first book of the Changelings Encounters series, Grace Marin attends a high society fundraising event to raise money for her animal sanctuary. She never expected to meet her biggest benefactor in person and that he would spirit her off to the bathroom for mind-blowing sex. 
Werewolf Noah Lancaster can smell his mate in the crowded ballroom, and he’s driven by an overpowering desire to claim her for his own. But Grace is hesitant. In order to force her compliance, he threatens to pull the funding she desperately needs for her animals, and his alpha attitude drives a wedge between them.
I liked both Grace and Noah for the most part, but his blackmailing scheme was just cruel. They have great sexual chemistry and fell into insta-love. I wish this short story had been longer to further develop the characters and the world in which they live, but I still enjoyed it.
3 Stars

Disclaimer – I downloaded this book from Amazon and volunteered to review it. I am not compensated in any way, shape, or form for this honest review. I will not change or alter this review for any reason unless at my discretion.

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