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review 2018-07-04 10:00
Release Week Review! Wolf's Mate (Crescent Moon #7) Savannah Stuart / Katie Reus!
Wolf's Mate - Savannah Stuart

 

 

She wasn’t supposed to fall for him.

 

Erica’s time away from her pack was just supposed to be fun. Then she met Hudson. Instead of the no-strings attached fling, she ended up falling for him. But they’d promised each other that they’d keep things casual. Instead of risking her heart, she ran. Now she’s pregnant—and he’s determined to claim her. But the last thing she wants is to be an obligation to him.

 

Now she’s pregnant.

 

Erica could never be a duty to Hudson, but for some reason that’s what she thinks she is. He tried to go slow, to give her space—so he wouldn’t scare her off. Now he realizes that was a mistake. It’s time for this wolf to claim his mate.

 

Unfortunately a neighboring pack is stirring up trouble for his pack, and his she-wolf is determined to keep walls between them. Walls he intends to bring down once and for all.

 

Length: novella

 

Author note: all novellas in the series can easily be read as individual titles. There are no cliffhangers and each story has a HEA.

 

Crescent Moon Series:


1. Taming the Alpha
2. Claiming His Mate
3. Tempting His Mate
4. Saving His Mate
5. To Catch His Mate
6. Falling For His Mate
7. Wolf’s Mate

 

 

Wolf’s Mate is another exciting story in the Crescent Moon series by Katie Reus / Savannah Stuart. Erica has spent a little time away from her pack for fun but just when she starting to get a little homesick, she meets Hudson and a no-strings fling has her falling in love. Hudson wanted to go slow and give Erica space in the hopes of not scaring her off unfortunately for him his she-wolf is determined to keep walls between them. This relationship is sticky, sweet, passionate and brings two emotionally confused wolves together as Erica and Hudson try to work through their feelings and determine if they are mates or not. The plot is fast paced and keeps readers glued to the pages with the romance suspense but also Hudson’s pack is having a bit of difficulty with another pack, so readers are introduced to two new packs and still get in some time with the Alpha of the Crescent Moon pack – Grant.

 

As always the characters are strong, captivating, easily connected to and draw their readers into their story and while the story is short, it is a delightful read with a fulfilling story because the author doesn’t try to pack too many happenings into too short of a book. The introduction to the new characters caught my attention which means that I hope means that Katie Reus continues to provide me Crescent Moon stories.

 

 

 

 

Wolf's Mate

 

Goodreads - https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/39755743-wolf-s-mate

 

BookBub - https://www.bookbub.com/books/wolf-s-mate-by-katie-reus-and-savannah-stuart

 

Author - https://katiereus.com/bookshelf/wolfs-mate/

 

 

Wolf's Mate is the 7th book in the Crescent Moon series

 

Goodreads - https://www.goodreads.com/series/106149-crescent-moon

 

Author - https://katiereus.com/series/crescent-moon-series/

 

 

which includes:

 

Crescent Moon Series:


1. Taming the Alpha
2. Claiming His Mate
3. Tempting His Mate
4. Saving His Mate
5. To Catch His Mate
6. Falling For His Mate
7. Wolf’s Mate

 


Wolf's Mate is available in print or ebook at:

 

Kindle - http://smarturl.it/s3xpb1


Nook - http://smarturl.it/fzhvd4


iBooks - http://smarturl.it/3eazcs


Kobo - http://smarturl.it/3dm2xa


Amazon-print - https://www.amazon.com/Wolfs-Mate-Crescent-Moon-Book/dp/1635560403/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=&tag=katreu-20

 


Katie Reus is the New York Times, USA Today, & IndieReader bestselling author of the Red Stone Security series, the Moon Shifter series and the Deadly Ops series. She fell in love with romance at a young age thanks to books she pilfered from her mom's stash. Years later she loves reading romance almost as much as she loves writing it. However, she didn't always know she wanted to be a writer. After changing majors many times, she finally graduated with a degree in psychology. Not long after that she discovered a new love. Writing. She now spends her days writing dark paranormal romance and sexy romantic suspense.

 

 

Be sure & visit Katie at the following locations:

 

Website - http://www.katiereus.com/

 

Goodreads - http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/1563059.Katie_Reus

 

Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/katiereusauthor

 

Twitter - http://twitter.com/katiereus

 

BookBub - https://www.bookbub.com/authors/katie-reus

 

 

 

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review 2018-03-08 21:56
A fun and delicious book for readers with a sense of adventure who admire creativity
Murder at the Bijou: Three Ingredients I - Teagan Riordain Geneviene

I am a big fan of Teagan Ríordáin Geneviene, as an author, a blogger, and I was lucky to discover her blog a few years back, and although I missed some of her early serials at the time of their initial conception, I have managed to catch up with them over time. I have also read her novel, Atonement, Tennessee (you can check my review here) and know that apart from an imagination that knows no bounds, and a love of period research and attention to detail, she has a way with words and can create magical characters that readers get to care for and make them live through situations that never fail to surprise us and keep us on tenterhooks.

As she explains in her description, she has been running a number of serials on her blog, pantser style. She asks her readers for things and/or ingredients, and she makes up a story that keeps developing as her imagination, and the things and ingredients, dictate. I am in awe at her creativity and I must recommend her blog (Teagan’s Books), as I know she is working on her next serial (and her process of creation is totally interactive).

Many of her readers (I included) kept telling her we would like to have the option of having her serials in book format, and eventually, she relented. I have reviewed her first serial in book format, Three Things Serial Story: A Little 1920s Story (you can read my review here) and many of the things I said about the previous book can be applied to this one. This is another light, fun, and fast book, with the same protagonist, Pip, a young woman, a flapper (as she keeps reminding herself and us, because being modern at the time was not an easy task), who, on this occasion, is sent to stay with her grandmother, Granny Phanny (she is a fabulous character, and although she would hate to be called a flapper, she is an utterly modern woman) in Savannah so she can learn how to cook. That helps introduce the ingredients part of the story, and the culinary theme adds a layer of interest to the story, although I would advise not to read the book when you’re very hungry, because although sometimes the ingredients don’t end up in a dish, they often do, and they all sound delicious.

Pip, who narrates the story in the first person, is recovering from a heartache and meets a cast of wonderful characters, from a family of Chinese restaurateurs, to a vet and his doctor wife, G-men, police officers, mobsters, and there is even a paranormal element in the story. Oh, and let’s not forget a collection of pets that will warm your hearts and make you laugh.

Pip’s language remains as peculiar as usual, and the author seamlessly includes the popular and fashionable expressions of the era in her book. I challenge readers not to end up using some of them, especially some of Pip’s favourites.  

I recommended readers of the previous serial to play a game and try and imagine in which direction they would send the story, or how they would use the three things at the beginning of each chapter. You can do the same here, and if you’re fond of cooking, I’m sure you will have fun exploring possible ways of using the ingredients, both to cook and to advance the story. And by the end of the book, you’ll be amazed at how the author has managed to create a cohesive story from such diverse elements.

I recommend this book to readers with a sense of fun and play who enjoy a fast and light mystery (cozy style. No explicit violence, although there is violence, no sex scenes) set in the Jazz Age (oh, don’t forget to follow the author’s blog if you enjoy that historical period as she shares a post on the subject every Wednesday), with charming characters and great food. And even if you don’t have a lot of time to read for long stretches at a time, as the serial was created to be read a chapter per week, it is very easy to follow the story and not get lost. So, there is no excuse!

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review 2017-12-17 02:20
Merry Masquerade in Savannah: A Made in Savannah Cozy Mystery (Made in Savannah Cozy Mysteries Series) (Volume 8) - Hope Callaghan

Carlita Garlucci and her adult children are facing their first holiday season without her husband Vinnie and despite their recent adventures in their new hometown, the holidays only highlight how much Vinnie is missing in their lives. While helping a friend investigate a theft at her estate Carlita and Daughter Mercedes get pulled into yet another murder mystery when a body is discovered during a formal holiday masquerade ball. This series offers an eclectic mix of zany characters and this book is no exception; from a high society dame with mystery on her hands and house full of loyal or maybe not so loyal employees, a nosy personal security “expert” with an ex-con sister and a penchant for floodlights, to a young girl with the charm and innocence to melt the heart of a staid old butler. There is no lack of suspects and plenty of twists as the investigations wind their way through back alleys, a supposed haunted house, and a mild hurricane. What comes out at the end is a mix of fun and old-fashioned murder mystery.

 
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review 2017-10-23 00:00
Falling For His Mate (Crescent Moon Series Book 6)
Falling For His Mate (Crescent Moon Series Book 6) - Katie Reus,Savannah Stuart Perfect for fans of fated mates and second chance romance. If you like characters who try to fight the mating bond, Falling for His Mate is a good pick. Andrew really screws up with Charlotte and has to win her back. Charlie is NOT quick to forgive. She knows how she feels about him, but he broke her heart and left her totally confused.
I enjoyed the story and am curious about the previous books in the series. I like the world that the author has created. Shifters, humans, vampires all existing but humans are unaware.
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review 2017-09-29 00:00
Tempting His Mate
Tempting His Mate - Savannah Stuart,Jeff... Tempting His Mate - Savannah Stuart,Jeffrey Kafer 1.5 stars for the audio version.
A typical shifter meets mate with one of the most stupid supposedly miseries ever written!
the whole story was on one scale or other stupid, illogical and poorly developed.
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