Review: Ice Age Lover by Marisa Chenery

Ice Age Lover by Marisa Chenery
Series: Werewolf Sentinels (# 4)
Release Date: February 1, 2013
Publisher:   Ellora’s Cave
Pages: 75
Source:  book provided by the publisher for review
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Dumped and abandoned on a trip to Alaska by her now ex-boyfriend, Jaren has nowhere to go and no money, until a sexy knight in shining armor appears and, like any good hero, rescues her. And she repays him by getting drunk and riding him like her favorite amusement park ride. Well done.

Kajakti was more than pleased to find his mate, but when his erotic dream turns out to be reality, he has no idea how to break it to Jaren that she cemented the mating bond by seducing him in his sleep. And the topper is, she doesn’t even know he’s a werewolf. A fine mess indeed. As Kajakti prepares to reveal all to the woman he loves, the dark wolves make a new move that could shift the balance in the war against them and put the sentinels at risk. Kajakti gets the first taste of it, which threatens not only him, but his unturned mate.

 

Review: I have really enjoyed reading this series and I will only say that this one is different.

Kajakti has watched three of his pack members find their chosen mates and all he wants is to find his or a woman just to release some much needed relief. What he gets is more than he bargained for. He finds his mate but she is just coming off a relationship with a man that wanted to control her. Jaren is a woman that is stranded in the middle of nowhere in Alaska with no money and passport. Her ex is a bum and when Kajakti finds out about him he just wants to show him a thing or two.

This book was different than the others because the female sort of took the decision out of the males hands by taking over while they sleep. Yes she was drunk but it was still all her doing. Kajakti knows that he has to tell her his secret but he waits until it is taken out of his hands. In the other books we also get to read about them changing their mates into wolves but in this one we don’t get to read about it. That is the only thing that I didn’t like about it. I like reading about the change and see them grow closer to the other. I guess another thing is I read the fifth book before I read the fourth so I sort of knew what was going to happen in this book. I did enjoy it and I can’t wait to see what happens with the other wolves and what other unsuspecting things we aren’t looking for.

When you read these books I will just warn you to read them all in order.