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Samuel is serious about being the future Alpha of the Yafenack pack. He is studious, he knows both the law and lore of the pack and wolf shifters in general. He is knowledgeable, gains a degree in accounting, and listens to his father’s words time and again about being a good pack Alpha. But his parents worry because Samuel lacks depth of emotion and an ease with people required to lead. Furthermore, he doesn’t have friends and he doesn’t appear to have ‘tied’ with another wolf. When he is eighteen his parents take him to the Miancarem pack for a social gathering of other young pack members, but Samuel just wants to be picked up early. He sees Korban again, he is just as bright and shiny, and Samuel still feels just as off balance around him.
Over the years Samuel develops a problem, he can’t shift back from his wolf into a human easily. He has to stop shifting as much as possible for fear of being lost to his wolf. Something that makes the frustrated and socially awkward Samuel even more aware of things he considers to be shortcomings. Something that ends up hurting Samuel.
While Korban Keller attends the same interpack meetings as Samuel, he differs.Read more ›
In Your Eyes is the third installment of the Mates series, and I had no problems following the plot without having read the previous books. Will I read them? You bet I will, just because I love knowing the back-story on characters I fall in “book love” with.
In this story, we have two male characters that, while they have much in common – both are the son of the alpha in their respective wolf packs – they couldn’t be further apart in personality. Korban Keller, heir apparent of the Miancarem pack had a magnetic personality. People just seemed drawn to his upbeat nature, making his life look easy. Samuel Goodwin was everything Korban was not. Serious minded, even as a child, he studied hard so that when the time came for his father to pass the reins of the Yafenack pack to him, he’d be able to apply everything he’d learned. Relationships and all of the physical contact that came with them, weren’t his forte. Even during his first encounter with Korban (when he was eight and Korban was eleven), he was convinced that there had to be some ulterior motive to being sought out by the other alpha’s son.
The two of them meet over the years at various gatherings, and Sam just can’t wrap his head around why Korban is not only so persistent in looking for him, but seems genuinely happy to see the younger wolf. It drove Sam insane trying to figure out why. I loved that Sam’s inability to connect to his emotional side easily, made what should have been a simple matter of deductive reasoning so hard.Read more ›
Finally the story came together after a sudden violent confrontation. I felt so sorry for the MC who narrated the book. I shared his parents frustration at his inability to understand emotions. He was was so robotic without any affect. The conflict between his wolf and his human was painful to see. His treatment of his only friend was abominable over the years, but he was just being himself.
After he became an adult his life was if anything harder. He and his family experienced some terrible times before things began to turn around. Coming to terms with having a male mate was extremely difficult for him and other wolves in his & surrounding packs. His mate was truly made for him. The ying to his yang. The Cheech to his Chong. I was glad to see him with someone who understood him. I cannot recommend this book highly enough, especially to The Mates series fans and those of you who've never enjoyed them.
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Shifters stories have not been my usual choice of reading but I have been enjoying these by Cardeno C. Sweet, charming, low angst , just what I needed.Published 6 months ago by Kindle Customer
I rarely read shifter books, because of the whole mates thing. I feel like most of the time it's just lazy writing, but I also know of books that don't just ignore relationship... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Arnolino
Cardeno C. Takes us on a discovery of social acceptance. In this book he does it in the world of shifters. Read more
~sigh~ I can't be more pleased with this beautiful love story. I read it in two gulps. The first up until the most significant moment of confrontation between the two packs where I... Read morePublished 8 months ago by UltraMeital
Another great story by one of my favorite authors in the LGB community.
Even though Samuel and Korban are both presumptive alphas of their respective packs, they couldn't be... Read more
Korban Keller is just 11 years old when he finds his True Mate. The problem is, young Samuel Goodwin doesn't recognize what it is he is feeling. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Tams (TTC Books and more)
I don't know if I should have actually read this book first but I did and I loved it.
Samuel is kind of OCD and has a clear picture of what he is going to be in his... Read more
I received a copy of this in exchange for an honest review through Wicked Reads.
As much as I enjoyed the other books in this series, this one was my favorite! Read more