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She’s not interested in younger men....
Mateo Gonzales chances to overhear two female coworkers discussing the merits of dating younger men. A wounded veteran, he’s been going through the motions of life, borderline depressed, living in survival mode. Something about one of the women sparks a flare of interest. Intrigued, he can’t ignore the challenge she presents.
He’s persistent, determined, and won’t take no for an answer....
Camille Anthony’s first encounter with Mateo is in their employer’s parking garage when he graciously changes her flat tire. He asks her out. She says no. The man may be sexy as hell, but she’s simply not interested. Too bad lycans never, ever listen to reason when pursuing their mate.
Danger lurks in the shadows....
Lycans. Loyal, possessive, and territorial. Once one has you in his sights, he never stops until his objective is achieved. But what happens when you’re the focus of two lycans, both of whom believe you’re their mate?
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- Indulgent Reader
You've got two people drawn to each other and a whole heap of complications as they decide what to do about their feelings. There's drama from romances from the past, family, coworkers and personal trauma that our hero and heroine have to overcome. And there's passionste love scenes that will melt your socks off as you get to the HEA.
- V from Kansas
An ok listen!
This book was better than the first book, of the series, however, it could have been so much more. The Hero was an amputee and I think if the book would have started during his rehabilitation period, it would have made it possible for so much more character growth. In addition, a think a glimpse of the Heroine’s former relationship with the antagonist, would have done the same.
As far as the series goes, the only thing common, between the two books, is a mutual acquaintance between the Hero’s of books one and two. Both couples are interracial, also, so perhaps that’s what this series is supposed to be based on; I’m not sure.
The narration is ok but, the audio of some of the characters doesn’t seem to match their physical descriptions.
Would this be credit worthy? Just the short length, would gain a “no” vote from me and it’s not a book I would want to listen to again, so that’s a double negative vote from me. However, since it was included in the Escape Package, I can say that it was entertaining enough to spend the time listening to it.
-V from Kansas
The voice of the reader and her flow was perfect. It matched the audio that I heard in my head when I read the book. I appreciate the cadence of the reader's voice and how she clearly enunciated the words as she told us the story. Job well done.