- File Size: 429 KB
- Print Length: 92 pages
- Publisher: Samhain Publishing, Ltd. (September 1, 2009)
- Publication Date: September 1, 2009
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B002NOGDKM
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- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #462,690 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Her Chosen Wolf: The Were Chronicles, Book 1 Kindle Edition
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It tells me something about my enjoyment of the story that the first thing I did when I completed reading it was to search for a Book 2! That and the fact that I was anxious to continue reading, not wanting to put it down, to see what would happen.
I am hoping, since the Author made the addition in the title of listing Book 1, that there will be a Book 2 (sooner than later) and would love to see the 'sec' have his story elaborated upon since the loss of his mate. :D
Justice Ambervane was behind getting Saffa out of the area for her own safety, but he has visited her and had to force himself not to take her up on joining with her. It has gotten harder each time and now she just tells him she is going to audition male wolves to select her mate. Justice knows what Saffa really wants and so does he, but Justice has a secret that he feels makes it impossible for him to be Saffa's mate. Circumstances bring them together and force Justice to make decisions that will effect them both forever. Saffa doesn't know what's going to happen for sure, but she does know that Justice will be the father of her pups.
When fate determines a set of mates, will Mother Nature deem otherwise? In Her Chosen Mate, Saffa knows she has to mate with Justice immediately to keep her safe from another wolf who is fighting dirty. Justice has wanted Saffa since she became a woman, but he has a major reason for not allowing the mating between them. When the danger to not only Saffa but to other women comes to light, I understand why Justice made the decisions he did. I loved how Saffa used her inner feelings to know what needed to happen, even when she was overruling Justice's reasoning. The ending told me that we haven't heard the last of that power hungry and stupid pack. Her Chosen Mate shows that a strong male and an even stronger female can work miracles.
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Saffa is a very rare multimorph who can shift into any animal she chooses. To be her mate would be highly prized in the match for political dominance among the werewolf packs and the Redmaven pack want that more than anyone by any means possible. Saffa is entering her breeding period and must be mated, so the Redmavens try to take her by force. She ends up escaping and runs to the only man she's ever wanted, Justice Ambervane. Justice is crazy about Saffa but he has a secret he's keeping that will break Saffa's heart. He feels he's not good enough for her so he tries to avoid her until the violence escalates and they have no choice but for someone to claims Saffa as a mate. Justice wants her more than anything, but makes provisions for Saffa to be protected if he can't provide for her by claiming a second, essentially a back up mate, Drew. Saffa's upset about this but she pretty much takes it in stride.
I have no issues overall with an erotic threesome, but it just didn't work with this story. The conflict is that Justice and Saffa don't want to share but they do and supposedly it's good. I much prefer three people who want to get it on or the testosterone male who won't share, but they tried to compromise in this and it just didn't feel right. The sex scenes were erotic but unimaginative and the entire story seemed to be plotted out so that Saffa had to have sex. I personally would have hopped on a plane to nowhere to figure things out, but that's just me.
It looks as though this should be book 1 of a series, but I haven't found mention of a book 2 anywhere... As soon as I do, I'm grabbing it, because this was EXCELLENT. Totally hot sexually, but also had great characters, and great plot development. Ms. Michaels set up a fabulous world here with great potential for future stories.
The mythology isn't anything terribly innovative- straight forward werewolves, except for the "multimorph" concept, which was brilliantly executed to add to the character and the story. The characters were surprisingly well developed, from our main trio through to several of the supporting characters.
There is plenty of shifter-magic, some violence, but plenty of heated sexual tension. I'd love to see more of this- and specifically more of Drew. It's a fast read, uncomplicated and sexy.
1. Vivian Arend's Wolf Signs: Granite Lake Wolves, Book 1 fun, light, SWEET were-romance series
2. Anya Bast's Witch Fire (Elemental Witches, Book 1)
3. Moira Rogers' basic werewolf romance series: Cry Sanctuary: Book 1 of Red Rock Pass series
4. R.G. Alexander's steamy vampire/were/witch romance series: Regina in the Sun (Children of the Goddess)
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This is a stand by favorite that I read and reread all the time. This is a great story that I really love!Published 13 months ago by spcp
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