Sunday, October 28, 2018

#BookReview – “Her Vampire Mate” by Tabitha Conall


A vampire and a werewolf. Enemies. Mates. 

While searching for a world-walker, werewolf Jennalynn Bishop finds her mate. But instead of feeling excited, she's horrified. He's a vampire, an enemy. 

Searching for the same world-walker, vampire and professional poisoner Antonio de Marco feels drawn to his werewolf foe. He loves women, always has, so he rolls with it. Maybe seducing her will throw her off her game. 

Thrown together repeatedly, they finally team up to track down the world-walker, never realizing the danger waiting for them if they succeed in finding her. 


In the fourth book of the Colliding Worlds series, werewolf Jennalynn Bishop is the fourth ranking member of the North American Pack. She’s also the pack alpha’s only sister. When her brother Darius sends her on a very important assignment, she’s determined to succeed no matter what. She needs to find a world-walker, a person capable of traveling between dimensions. While on the hunt, she finds more than she bargained for in a smooth-talking, charming vampire, who just happens to be her mate.
Vampire Antonio de Marco is an assassin for hire but an outcast among his own kind. Most vampires are cold, emotionless, heartless creatures, but Antonio follows his heart and allows his emotions to control him. The Vampire Council orders him to find the world-walker, and though he considers the task both an honor and a way to line his pockets, he knows his life is on the line if he fails to secure what the council wants. Then he meets sexy wolf Jennalynn, but his charms don’t work on her. For wolves, they know who their mates are by smell alone, but it takes vampires longer to realize if they’d found the soul mate. For Antonio, he’s not sure if Jennalynn is the one, but the more time they spend together, the more he’s hoping she’s the other half to his soul.
I love stories with a twist. Jennalynn is a strong, kickass werewolf, and she ends up saving the hero’s life more than once. It’s so rare to read a romance book when it’s the woman who is rescuing the man. Even though she had to save Antonio, he didn’t come across as weak or less than a man. He’s very intelligent, respectful, and strong in other ways.
The world building is one of the best parts about this series. In each new book, there’s new information and more details about the various earth dimensions and the creatures living on Earth Prime. I really enjoyed the addition of the world-walker and the possible trouble to come when the next floating dimension collides with earth.
The story is well written and has great pacing. I love the author’s writing style, and I’m soooooo anxious to read the next book in the series. I cannot wait for it to come out!
5 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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