- File Size: 429 KB
- Print Length: 86 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Decadent Publishing (June 17, 2016)
- Publication Date: June 17, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01GQIZ8VK
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Mating Dance (Black Hills Wolves #50) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
a few days are all he needs to find his spot again with the pack, like he wasn't away for decades.
that isn't counting on Rory, the young girl he left behind. when he sees her again his wolf had a very clear message for him : mate. and it seemed not only his wolf knew but the local matrons had set their sight on them as well.
Rory was fuming when she saw Sander again. he had left her. it had taken a lot but she managed to make a living, mostly in solitude but with Sander back things come crashing down, hard. in her fifties and still single, Sander is the one wolf who makes her own wolf preen and prance around him and knew at some level what he was to her but she couldn't accept it. he left them 35 years ago! 35!
what a joy it was to read about these two, them not being in their early twenties or thirties is also refreshing. love has no age!! gotta love these matrons and their meddling ways of bringing people together.
free copy given in exchange for an honest review
Sander Burrows had left the pack to work as a cop among the humans for a number of years. A tragedy in that world sends him back to his pack. And back to Aurora “Rory” Hanson ... who now hates him.
Rory has her reasons ... years ago he stood her up for the spring dance and disappeared from her life, leaving her a laughingstock. Already treated badly because of an accident in her childhood that left her missing fingers on one hand, making it harder to get around on four legs when she shifts, this was the final straw. Living a semi-solitary life hasn't been all bad ... she's close enough to feel the pack but she doesn't have to deal with the nonsense everyday.
That all changes when the matrons decide to help Sander and they finagle this couple into organizing the return of the spring dance. Will it work? Can the past be forgotten, forgiven and give way to happiness?
Well written and fun book that gives a shifters' look at second chances. The past alpha's horrors are still being felt by this pack as they continue to regroup and sometimes hearts are the last to heal. I loved Rory, she is one tough little cookie, with a sweet heart and gentle ways ... unless Sander is around. Sander is perfect for her ... he didn't let her snarling and snapping at him deter him from the goal of catching the heart of his mate. The Alpha's plans for him helped him release the last of his pain from his former job and gave him goals ... and made him want to settle back with the pack. Toward the end, author Merryn Dexter gave us a little scare, but I should have guessed that the reason he was late was a good one that helped a teen boy and his mom. Great read and can't wait for the next one.
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