Whole In His Arms
Phoenix couldn’t be happier. He’s finally found his mate, and they’re planning their forever. The only thing that’s missing is the truth about his past.
Orphaned at a young age, Nix has always had questions. When the opportunity comes along to finally find out the truth, he’ll stop at nothing to get those answers. Even if that means putting himself in danger and leaving hi...more
I still liked a lot of this book, as I think Richmond writes really sweet easy fated mate tales. I liked River and Nix both and I enjoyed getting to see the rest of the cast of characters connect and feel more at home. The reason I couldn’t rate this higher was that the MCs were apart for the majority of the novel. When they came together it was with a lot of heat, and I loved that; I just would’ve loved to see them more settled together.
Band of Brothers
Shifters aren't the only ones who mistreat Omegas. Profiteering Humans engage in enterprising ways that benefit the most financially. Seeing shifters having no respect for Omegas they just take advantage of a ready made market of victims, reputation whose disappearance is likely to go under or not even reported at all. By keeping the breeding in house instead of attracting attention by trying to traffic the wrong Omegas (those who are cherished by their families and packs).
A coh ...more
Nix and River's tale is not what I was expecting. They're already an established couple when this story starts.
Instead of their developing relationship, this is the story of Nix trying to find his family, and saving omegas from danger. For most of the story, Nix and River are apart, with the reader seeing how much they miss and support each other.
So, agai ...more
I simply love the Wildwood Mates series. The characters come alive, pulling you into their story. My old friends welcomed me back, drawing my in from the first pages. I went willingly. This segment features tiger Phoenix and wolf River. Their newly mated bliss is interrupted by a rescue mission: omegas held captive for breeding. This is what Nix is trained for. He is reluctant to leave newly pregnant River, but it's the right thin ...more
I thought Whole In His Arms was awesome.
Each book that I read of Skye R. Richmond just seems to get better and better.
So yes I do recommend this book, actually I recommend the whole series because I love it.
*An Advanced Reader Copy was provided by the author, publisher or a promotional service and I have voluntarily chosen to write a fair and honest review*
This story was emotional and satisfying, and I enjoyed it. I look forward to more in this series.
For as long as she can remember Skye had her nose stuck in a book, getting lost in the world of someone else's creation (She still does). Her love for writing came from her love for reading. She could never have one without the other.
Writing was always a hobby and a cathartic experience for her. There are many stories lost to the never to be completed or publishe ...more