Review: Ice Hunter’s Mate by Marisa Chenery

Ice Hunter’s Mate by Marisa Chenery
Series: Werewolves Sentinels (# 2)
Release Date: November 23, 2012
Publisher:  Ellora’s Cave
Pages: 93
Source:  book provided by the publisher for review
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Being shot in his dire wolf form by his would-be mate while hunting caribou wasn’t exactly how Wachei expected to happen upon their first meeting. Heated kisses and passionate embraces, yes, but not flying bullets.

Eryn wasn’t pleased to see a strange man standing next to the caribou she’d just brought down. The kill was hers, and if he thought he could take it from her, he could think again. But once she comes near, and sees how gorgeous he is, suddenly getting as close as possible to the sexy stranger is job one.

As the heat between the couple intensifies, a threat looms, that of a lone wolf the sentinels have crossed paths with once before. Wachei knows he must bring Eryn into his world a lot sooner than he’d planned, especially when another threat is discovered—the very evil he and his wolf brothers were created to destroy is closer to home than they’d thought.

 

Review: Eryn has been raised with two brothers and knows how to take care of herself and she can hunt as good as any man. Only problem is, is that her brother’s sticks their noses into every one of her relationships and they ruin them every time. She really needs to find a man that can stick up to her brothers and can make her feel the way she needs to feel. She never thought she would meet a man that made her melt on the spot until she went hunting and thought that this guy was trying to get her kill.

Wachei is on a mission to find his mate. His alpha has already met his mate and she is the reason they are all awake. He needs to beat the evil that he was sent to  protect the world from. He is just out minding his own business and looking for a kill. He loves to let his wolf loose. He wasn’t expecting to get shot and he has to hurry and turn into a human before something else happens to him. Imagine his surprise when he realizes that she is his mate.

I couldn’t imagine being shot and knowing that they one that shot me would be the one that would make my world whole. Wachei doesn’t expect what Eryn does to him. This book really made me laugh and I knew I had to read this one after I read the first one. It really fits into the first book and was so exciting. I don’t know if Wachei did the right thing in taking the choice away from Eryn or not. Would I want the decision to be taken away from me? I know it was for the best and it ended up really saving her life in the end.  The ending was unexpected and I can’t say that I didn’t like it. I can’t wait to read the next one. I would tell everyone to try this series.

This author sure knows how to write great stories.