- File Size: 442 KB
- Print Length: 141 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1539130894
- Publisher: Stormy Night Publications (August 25, 2016)
- Publication Date: August 25, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01L2G3F5C
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #193,655 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The Highlander's Mate Kindle Edition
"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
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Overall I enjoyed this story. This is my first deer shifter book, and although the shifter side of the story is pretty minimal, it still added a lot to the romance building. Felix was a likeable male MC, and although Claire had a few questionable moments, she was still a likeable character. This is the first book I have read in the series, but I was still able to keep up with the plot and all the characters.
I received an ARC of this book from Stormy Night Publications.
The highlands of Scotland call to him, he must go there every few years to renew himself and to select a new stag to lead his herd of does. He is the leader and protector, he doesn't breed with the does, he fights with the upcoming bucks to select the strongest one for the herd.
He has a manor there along a loch, because he's the Laird of the area, but it's in disrepair, not fit for Claire💃💕 to live there.
Claire💃💋💕 doesn't understand why she cannot go. He will be gone for months. She is afraid he wants to ditch her and is using the trip for an excuse.
Felix🐺🔪🍆🌋🔥 thinks he can keep his two lives separate, he thinks his lust🔥 will be too great for a delicate lady such as Claire💃💋. Claire💃💋 doesn't take no for an answer, and follows him there. He is glad, yet angry to see her and with winter coming, he tries to send her back.
Felix🐺🔪🍆🌋🔥 is a spankster, he's a red hot🔥 blooded lover🍆 and he doesn't think she's up to his sexual needs. Claire will have to show him how deep🍆 his love💘 goes!
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I've not read the other book in this series (or this author previously) and experienced no issues or pieces of confusion. It truly is a stand alone title, with enough details of secondary characters to peak my interest on the other books, but not enough to frustrate or to take away from my enjoyment. I will be looking into this series further and this author's catalog.
I found the H and h to be well rounded, relatable characters and the storyline to be compelling with the actions and driving "instinct" of the H very interesting. I've read many shifter titles (not all), and I found this character detail to be very unique. The heat level was perfect for the story -and for me.
The authors' writing was polished, the story well thought out and plotted and with top notch editing, making for a great reading experience. I very much recommend this title.
I received this book from Stormy Night Publications as an advance review copy, but the opinion in the review is my own.
She is impatient and does not want to wait until Christmas for him to return so they can marry.
She felt abandoned and lonely.
What she does not know is that Felix is a shape shifter who brings life back to widows.
Felix punishes Claire and sends her home.Claire again ignores felix ,she hears him calling her on the wind.She risks his anger to go to him.
I love paranormal stories and this is no different.
It has great sex scenes.The punishments where well deserved.
This book was given as. ARC for a honest review