Review: Leader of the Pack by Francesca Hawley

Leader of the Pack by Francesca Hawley
Series:  True Mate Wolf (# 3)
Release Date: December 21, 2012
Publisher: Ellora’s Cave
Pages: 145
Source: book provided by the publisher for review

 

 

Surgeon Dr. Per Goldwolf needs a mate to make partner in a prestigious practice. Predator-Match.com—a matchmaking service for shapeshifters—not only finds him a mate, it matches him with his True Mate. Yohana’s long legs and fair flesh make him lick his lips and her scent makes him rock-hard.

New pack leader Yohana Whitewolf’s life goal is to follow in her sire’s pawprints and lead her pack. Leadership demands sacrifices. To calm her people, Yohana needs a mate. But finding an Alpha male who won’t take over is a tall order. Yohana doesn’t want the complication of a True Mate, but Per is a sexy, intelligent Alpha male and she wants to shred his clothes every time she touches him.

Everything should be perfect—except she’s a pack leader, and the Whitewolf pack is nervous.

 

Review: Yohanna goes to her friend who runs Predator-Match.com, she needs a mate and fast. She doesn’t care what he looks like as long as he can get her pregnant and want nothing to do with being leader of her pack. If only her cousin would hush and let her be the leader that her father raised her to be.

Surgeon Dr. Per Goldwolf needs someone to pose as his fiance. He is wanting to get the lead surgeon. The one person that is making it rough on him is his ex and she makes sure she can do something to make him fail all the time. They are both wanting the position. So these two get matched up and imagine their surprise when they find out that they are True Mates. That is something special among wolves because not everyone finds their true mate and it is something everyone wants. They think it is a folk lore.

This is the first book that I have read by this author and now I want to read more. It always makes me happy when people find their mates and making that deep connection. Paranormal books is what I love to read and it is always a coin toss between vampires and wolves. It seems like a never ending decision that I have to make. In this book it wasn’t all cut and dried. We did have some problems with some pack members. I think the thing that I didn’t like was you never find out why Per got kicked out of his pack. I really wanted to learn more about him.

I will read more from this author and maybe later on I will get the questions that I have been wanting. So if you like books about wolves and finding their true mate then this is the book for you.