Mikhail knew he found his mate the first moment he set eyes on Rowan. There was only one problem—Rowan doesn’t believe in fated mates.
Will Mikhail be able to change his mind? Or will Rowan run as far away as he can before he gets a chance?
Rowan doesn’t realise Mikhail will do whatever it takes to prove to him that they’re destined to be together. All he needs i...more
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There was some tension in this story, since Rowan was burned by a shifter before and thus resists Mikhail's charms, but in the end it follows the same formula: mating, mpreg, baby, HEA.
I enjoy these books in the same way I enjoy junk food. It's kind of good in the moment, but later I'm all, Why did I eat that? ...more
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To my ratings:
A 3,5* is clicked with a 4* but in review marked as 3,5*:
5* - very very good and rare (it would be a Blow-Away-book like ‘Jesse's Smile’ or ‘Joey’ from Angelique Jurd, ‘Save the the kids’ series
from EM Leya, ‘Love’s Tethered Heart’ from C.L. Etta or ‘Liberty’ from Seth King),
it's like an A+
4* - very good and will be often reread and is a WOW-book with interesting plot and surprises (like most of Andrew Grey books and Davidson Kings 'Haven Hart'-se ...more
I don't think the characters were as unlikable as some people did. Rowan is annoying for sure but I feel he's redeemable. And really going off of the book's timeline, it was only about a week between meeting Mik and then starting to date. Seems like a perfectly acceptable amount of time to decide what you want. As a story though, reading and reading someone's thought process gets to be annoying. Especially since it was a lot of back and forth, for Rowan at least.
Mik knew what he wanted but w ...more
In my review for the previous book, I said that Mikhail's brother Malachi was patient with Alfie. In comparison, Mikhail has the patience of a saint. I can totally understand Rowan's initial reticence and even his reactions. But, after he'd worked through those issues it felt to me like he was stringing Mikhail along. The poor guy walked on eggshells terrified he'd say the wrong thing and Rowan would run.
I did enjoy the book. There were a lot of sweet and funny parts and way less s ...more
(view spoiler)[ I didn’t even wanna hear that dumbass Zac’s explanation!!! Because there is none, what he did was SO beyond fucked up. There are no excuses. He should have broken up with him before he literally brought another man into the home they shared. I am so beyond pissed and he even tried to act like what he did really wasn’t that bad becau ...more
So far this is probably my favorite! I tended to get mad at Rowen for running but there is a very good reason. I also liked that Mikhail is also a little insecure. Even though this is fantasy it made it a little more real. I can’t wait on the next one!
What a great addition to the Whitfell Brothers series. All the brothers make an appearance. Questions are answered. Resolve is tested. Patience is honed. Trust is earned. I loved this book!
This is Mikhail & Rowan's story. Two of Rowan's brothers have mated Mikhail brothers. Mikhail knows Rowan is his fated mate. He is willing to wait as long as it takes for Rowan to accept him. But Rowan has been hurt by a shifter in the past, and winn ...more
Mikhail is a wolf shifter who takes a liking to the human Rowan. Mikhail is a great character, full of patience and determination. Rowan on the other hand is hesitant and definitely doesn't trust the whole fated mates thing.
Their story includes some hesitation, fear, jealousy, and some light angst. It ...more
A great mate and family.
Too bad that when he finally meets him, Rowan has been burned before by the whole mate deal.
His viewpoint is been there, done that, got the t-shirt, no thank you.
Rowan really is his own worst enemy, but Mikhail is so loving and patient with him.
Mild angst over the obstacles in their way, but not insurmountable odds to their HEA.
Another perfect addition to this great series.
The emotions were so well depicted and the development of the relationship just perfect.
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