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Friday, December 23, 2011
I'll Be Mated For Christmas by Rebecca Royce
I really enjoyed this book. My only complaint is that it was too short. Full of wonderful characters that are so full of emotions, I quickly found myself lost in the magical world of the wolves. Living as a human amongst the wolves Bethany has fought her whole life. Never fitting in with the pack and not even in her own family. Yet she finds a way to find herself and decides to make her way out in the world and with the help of Madame Eve she is about to start on her adventure. When the new Alpha comes across her scent he realizes Bethany is the one and is determined to find her.
I loved Lucian right from the start. He is a strong man who is not afraid to go after what he wants. We get to see the softer side of him with Bethany. Who is just as strong, she may not be as strong physically but she has fought her whole life and is still standing. I enjoyed watching Lucian romance Bethany. The bond of trust and love that begins to form between the two was a wonderful read. The two make a beautiful couple. Both have been through so much in their lives and deserve all the happiness they can get.
For such a quick read this story packs a punch. The author brings these characters to life with such strong emotions that the reader can do no more than fall in love with Bethany and Lucian. I really enjoyed my time with them and I hope that we get to visit this pack again some time soon.
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